Monday, 7 July 2014

Wishing You...

It's been a crappy, cold and rainy weekend. So to waste some time (refusing to allow my kidlets to watch any more tv than then already had) I brought them into the studio with me & got them crafting. My almost-7-year old daughter caught sight of my new Dream Catcher die & wanted to make something with it. I'd recently seen some shaker cards & knew that she'd love to have a play with the sequins etc. So with her eager help and her in charge with selecting papers/sequins etc we set about making this card together!

Card ingredients include:

Stamps: Kaszazz 'Wishing You' sentiments
Papers: Stripes (? stash) DCWV glitter stack, cardstock
Dies: Taylored Expressions Dream Catcher, XCut Rectangle Parenthesis #2
Other: ColorBox Blackbird, Platinum Pearl Liquid Pearls, sequins

The inside of the card utilised the center offcut from the shaker frame.

I'm entering this card into the following challenges:

Creative Knockouts #44: Child's Play (my 6 year old daughter 'played' with my new dies & made this card)
Scrapbooker PhD #12: Add Texture (The sequins in the shaker add texture, as well as the liquid pearls on the dream catcher) (Top 5!)


  1. I love the colours you have used on this card - and how the sequins and papers all go so well together. The is a great die and and I love the liquid pearl embellishments. Chantell JAI

  2. The dream catcher die and a colourful shaker is a great combo! I love the use of the sequins on the inside of the card too. Thanks for playing along at Just Add Ink. Deb

  3. I love your dream catcher shaker card, very clever! Thanks for joining us this week at Just Add Ink :)

  4. I love your dream catcher Alicia and used as a shaker, it's very cool! Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink.

  5. extraaa!!! your card is a success! what a fun activity with your daughter, i can see she already has some fine talent in crafting!!
    thank you so much for sharing at love to scrap! challenge blog!!

  6. What a great way to use the dreamcatcher die; this is so pretty! Thanks for sharing your, and your daughter's, lovely creation with us at Just Add Ink this week. :)

  7. This is unique. I haven't seen a dream catcher die cut anywhere. What material did you use - the center doesn't look like paper - it look almost like metal. The colors and textures are terrific. I love that this was a collaboration between you and your daughter. Those are special moments you will never forget. Thanks for joining ScrapbookerPhD's Texture Challenge.

  8. Beautiful Card. Love the detail. Thanks for linking up at Creative Knockouts. Monica, DT