Monday, February 11, 2008

A Shaker, an Award, and a Moose

This is one of the Riley stamps from Hanna Stamps that I just inked up. Kristi was kind enough to send us these green beads, and I found these super cool (Yes, Mimi, I know I could make my own, but...) coin holders (for scrapbooks) while I was up in OH, so I thought that I could put the two together and make a cute little Riley shaker.

It's actually the first one that I've ever done, and it was pretty easy, so I did another one with some Lizzie Anne stamps, but that's for another day. ;) I used my Spellbinders for the frame, along with my SU! square punch.
Also, I wanted to thank Holly McMillen and Frances Byrne for nominating me for the E for Excellence Award. You Ladies ROCK, so it means a lot coming from you two! :) Now, I'm supposed to nominate some people, but I can't possibly choose from my lengthy GReader list just a few blogs, and I don't want to leave anyone out, so I'm going to decline on the nominating. (Yeah, I know. I'm a wuss. :))

Anywho, that's about all for now! Tomorrow should bring a Lizzie Anne card. See you then!


Fine Print...
CS - Wasabi, BB, PTI; PP - Palette of Prints; Ribbon - May Arts; Stamps - Hanna Stamps, PTI Faux Ribbon; Spellbinders; Copics; Tool Kit - SU!; Ink - Palette Noir; Beads - Mainstays Crafts; "Coin Bubble" - EK Success; SU! - Square Punch


  1. This is very cool. I have never thought to use scrapbooking shakers on cards. I have always used foam tape, and acetate to create my own area for shakers, but this is so much easier. Thanks for the tip, and the super cute card.

  2. Adorable! Who knew an Irish moose could put a smile on your face!


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