Pretty Pink Posh – Celebrate America

Hey friends! I’m stopping in today to share a really fun shaker card I made using some new Pretty Pink Posh goodies. I just fell in love with this 4th of July stamp set the moment I saw it and was quite happy to color it up recently!

I ink blended a couple of panels using distress oxide inks – one in blueprint sketch and the other in candied apple. I spritzed them both with water and set them aside to dry. Then I stamped and colored the images I wanted to use from 4th of July with my copic markers. I used the coordinating dies to cut them out and started working on my shaker.

I used the Celebrate shaker die to cut a window from the blue panel, then cut the same die from white cardstock to use as an inlay. I lined the window with acetate and cover the back of the blue panel with foam tape. I poured some Trinity Stamps Sugared Stars and Stripes clay embellishments along with a small pile of Twiddler’s Nook Pixie Dust micro beads to help the pieces move around in the middle of the red panel, removed the release paper and sealed the shaker up.

Next, I used liquid glue to adhere the frame inlay and all of my images to the card front. That finishes this festively fun card off for the day!

For some reason I really enjoy creating Americana cards and decor so this card was extra fun to create!

Products used on today’s card:
PPP 4th of July stamps and dies
PPP Celebrate shaker die
Trinity Stamps Sugared Stars and Stripes embellishments
Twiddler’s Nook Pixie Dust Micro Beads – Silvermist color choice
Thermoweb foam strips
Distress Oxide Ink – blueprint sketch and candied apple

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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