Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Rainbow Chevron Shaker Card

Hiya! I hope you're having a fabulous week so far. :) For my card today I used the new Build A Chevy Background set and lots of inks to make my rainbow background. I wanted to make a "softer" rainbow, so I used the following Hero Arts Shadow Inks... Pale Tomato, Soft Cantaloupe, Butter Bar, Mint Julep, Tide Pool, and Soft Purple. I cut 3 Vintage Label Dies to make the shaker, 2 from cardstock and one from acetate. I used a circle die to create the window on the top die cut. 
I stamped the greeting from the So Grateful For You set from MyCreativeTime with Charcoal Hero Arts Shadow Ink. Then I filled the shaker window with sequins to match the ink colors I used. 

Head over to MyCreativeTime to see more creations. :)

♥ Nikki ♥

The So Grateful For You and Home Sewn sets at the "Favorite Stamps of the Month" at MyCreativeTime this month...That means if you buy them, they ship for free. :)




8 comments:

  1. What an awesome card I sooo luv your shakers. Your rainbow is so beautiful girl you do inks like non other!! Love your clever and creative ideas always.
    Just ever so talented you are!!

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  2. How clever to make the window with the die. It's beautiful. :)

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  3. How clever to make the window with the die. It's beautiful. :)

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  4. Nikki ~ Oh my word!!! you know how in AWE I am on how you do backgrounds but this ~ SHUT THE FRONT DOOR!!! AMAZING! Then the matching sequins ~ LOVE!

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  5. Well, what can I say??? Just PERFECTION my friend!!!! Your chevy's are stamped so darn PERFECT! LOL...... I had to look at it twice because I seriously thought it was pattern paper!!! eXCELLENT JOB! I LOVEY IT!!! :)
    HUGS!

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  6. The shadow inks are so soft and pretty on the Chevy background. Your shaker shows up so nicely. Very pretty. Great job!
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