Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Happy Birthday Shaker Envelope

I have been popping out LOTS of cards and projects this weekend.  I haven't had time yet to photograph even half of what I've created.  I look forward to taking those pictures and getting all my projects on my blog.  Until then, here's one more card I made yesterday.
This is a larger glassine bag/envelope with some Crate Paper Oh Darling patterned papers, HAPPY card, arrow (onto which I placed a My Craft Spot stamped Birthday image), antiqued tape from Vintage Street Market, and a small glassine bag that is holding sequins.  It was folded over and machine stitched to the paper strip.  The glittery bow at the top is from Freckled Fawn.  This treat bag will be used for some candy treats when I actually give this away to someone.

I'm sharing this shaker card here:

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog - Simon Says...."Let's Be Clear"

My Craft Spot by Kimberly - Challenge #143 - Happy Birthday

Stamp and Create Challenge Blog - July Challenge - Birthdays!

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Bless you,


  1. This is an absolutely adorable card. So pleasing to the eyes! TFS

  2. What a cute card. I'm sure you had a fun time making them!

  3. very nice I am sure who ever got it for a birthday card would love it.
    God Bless

  4. Very pretty Karen - you weekend was obviously very productive.

  5. Gorgeous card Karen :-) I love the glassine bag and all the elements ,, a fabulous shaker ! LOVE it :-)

    thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
    Lols x x x

  6. This is very cute! I love the confetti pocket! Thanks so much for playing along with the Simon Says Stamp Shake It! Challenge!

  7. super sympa Karen, elle est joyeuse et toute mignonne, biz

  8. Love your shaker cards Karen! They are adorable...
    I haven't tried making one of these yet...but I am sure giving it some thought.

    P.S. I am a follower of your blog :-)