Wednesday, 30 November 2016

a shakin' White Christmas

American Crafts textured cardstock - white 60 pack
Couture Creations intricutz dies - Falling Bauble Screen
Pretty Pink Posh - Sparkling Clear Sequins, 2mm, 4mm and 6mm
Cottage Cutz dies - Merry Christmas sentiment - tba
... the dies have gone MIA, so I can't share the name at the moment, wishing and a hoping that they haven't gone to play with my orange handled Fiskars Micro Tip Scissors because that pair has been so good at playing Hide 'N' Seek that I have almost given up on ever seeing them again!

I am going to enter my card in the following challenges (alphabetical order):


  1. Wow, this is beautiful! I think this is one of the most elegant shaker cards I've seen Tracy, I love this design. Silver and white is a gorgeous colour combination and I just love the die cut you've used for your "window". Beautiful!

    1. Thank You Beccy :)
      I confess to having a soft spot for white-on-white.
      The details have been updated in my post now, so you will be able to see that the die is actually from an Aussie company, Couture Creations. It only cuts the intricate falling bauble design, so you can put the window anywhere you want (as long as it fits in your die cutting machine). I can highly recommend them, their dies are top quality and cut perfectly too!

  2. The white on white is so beautiful with those silver sequins - they add the perfect amount of shine and elegance! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Time Out! Jill

  3. What an utterly beautiful shaker card. So pretty! Thank you for sharing with us at Time Out! Jenny x

  4. Stunning card. Love the design. Thank you for joining us at Holly Jolly this month. Judy DT

  5. This is so elegant. Thanks for joining us at Holly Jolly, Linda DT

  6. What an elegant creation. Thanks for joining us at Holly Jolly. Good luck.
    Lynn aka Lynnpenguin, Holly Jolly DT

  7. So very beautiful, really love that I kept, great work


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