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Papertrey March Blog Hop Challenge

March 25, 2013

Papertrey Ink’s March Blog Hop Challenge is one my favorite: sequins! I bought a few bags of flat back sequins during my trip in Hong Kong and loved using them on my projects.

PTI-BlogHop-Mar13

I couldn’t help but make another shaker card with sequins 🙂 For the border, I used some fabric tape that I bought from Hong Kong.

Get Well Wishes

Here’s a close up of the coarse glitter, blue-green, pink and silver flat sequins in the shaker cloud.

Get Well Wishes - Close Up

Get Well Wishes – Supplies:
Cardstock: PTI (white) Vellum
Stamps: PTI (Fillable Frame Sentiments) Neat & Tangled (Sketchy Cupcake)
Ink: PTI (True Black)
Others: Fabric Tape, PTI (Cloud Dies) Kaisercraft (Rhinestones) Sequins (Silver, Blue-green, Pink) Martha Stewart (Coarse Glitter)

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27 Responses to “Papertrey March Blog Hop Challenge”

  1. Taheerah Says:

    Ooh I just love this Pamela!! The cloud is so darn happy, and who can blame him when he has all those awesome sequins to shake about?! Love how you used some vellum clouds to tie the whole design together, and that fabric tape is awesome too!!

  2. paperella Says:

    Su super duper cute, Pamela! I love all the texture: the fabric tape, sequins, vellum… ahhh, perfection!

  3. Tasnim Says:

    wow! I am loving your glitter/sequin shaker cards! That cloud is the most adorable cloud ever!!

  4. Anonymous Says:

    What a cool shaker card!

  5. Jen Says:

    This is so adorable, I need to lift this one today. In need of get well, really love it!!

  6. Kate Temple Says:

    Soooo cute! That fabric tape really sets this card apart! Great work!

  7. Victoria H Says:

    Love your shaker card


  8. oooh, love the coarse glitter with the clouds! And the flat sequins are a nice CAS version of their original cousin : )

  9. Mary Says:

    Super cute! I love the clouds, just adorable…

  10. Anonymous Says:

    this is adorable!

  11. marybeth L. Says:

    Oh my goodness Pamela , what a fun way to use the sequins. Love the Clouds!

  12. Leigh Penner Says:

    Oh, what a great idea to make a shaker card with the cloud dies! I love it!

  13. maria f. Says:

    Fabulous get well card idea, Pamela.

  14. Nancy Penir Says:

    So darn cute, you can’t help but smile when you get this card!

  15. Joyce Says:

    What a cute and clever shaker!

  16. Cindy H. Says:

    This is just so cute! It’s sure to make someone smile and feel better.

  17. Jacquie Says:

    Love this! The cloud makes a terrific base for the sequins & love the vellum clouds & gems on either side!

  18. Joyce M. Says:

    This is so fun. I like how you’ve got vellum clouds as well as that fabulous sequined shaker.

  19. Kara Says:

    so cute!! love your cloud shaker!!


  20. WOW!! This is such a FUN and Creative Card!! I LOVE the design!! THANKS for sharing your take on the challenge and have a Fabulous Week!! =)

  21. Nancy M Says:

    This card is adorable, so happy. It is sure to make anyone feel better. Love where you placed your bling.


  22. What an adorable card. Love your sweet-little-bling-shaker cloud!!

  23. Virginia Lu Says:

    Oh my gosh! How cute and gorgeous is this card! LOVE it! And thanks for making me smile (I love the comment : “I just got started”- style!!) LOL.


  24. I love this card with all my cloud and sequin loving heart :)))


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