Monday, 26 February 2018

"King for a Day" Shark Shaker Birthday Card

Good morning friends

For Masculine Card Monday here on my blog, I have a shaker card made with some of Karen Burniston's new dies. To create the backgrounds, I dabbed a craft mat with Distress Oxide inks then spritzed the ink with water then dipped and dragged the pieces through the puddles. I like all the different variations you can get - these inks are really something.


The card front has two openings, and the top one has an acetate topper so I could turn it into a shaker. Before adhering it all together though, I added the shark (from the new Sea Animals) with foam tape. The crown was adhered afterwards, on top of the acetate. The new Word Set Royalty is fun and I like how well it works for masculine cards.

In the second opening, I added a stitched wave from the Tropical Scene die set.


This shark die. I love this shark. It's ridiculous how much I love this shark die.



Here is a peek at the inside, where I created a little scene using the Tropical Scene die set.



I plan on giving this to our Son-In-Law for his birthday in a few days. He loves the tropics, that one.

Supplies:
1037 Sea Animals - Karen Burniston
Grey, white, teal, blue, kraft and white card stocks
Frame die - MFT Stamps
Distress Oxide Inks
Sequins
1038 Tropical Scene - Karen Burniston
1036 Princess & Mermaid (crown) - Karen Burniston
1034 Word Set 5 Royalty - Karen Burniston
Happy Birthday stamp - MFT Stamps
Sakura White Gel Pen - Karen Burniston
1045 Outdoor Scene (clouds) - Karen Burniston

Thanks for stopping by today

3 comments:

  1. You are rocking that shark, love your tropical scene

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  2. Fantastic card! This shark certainly rules the seas. The inside is an added bonus. Love the background and who can resist shaker cards?

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