Monday, March 13, 2017

Spring/Easter - AHSC #203


My card this week as Design Team Member for Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge #203. Join this challenge...you have until Sunday, March 19th to enter your project.

The design team reveal for this sketch will be on Wednesdays, so be sure to stop by to see the beautiful cards from the rest of the design team and other entrant inspirations for this challenge...and stop by every Monday for new sketches.  

Started to make an easel card for The Outlawz; however, it was taking me so much time on how to do it, I decided to do a shaker card instead.  Love the Doodlebug Easter Express paper pack and it wasn't difficult to bring the two designs together.  Instead of a flower I chose to put this adorable chick in the bottom corner from Paper Smooches.   



When visiting Paper Smooches blog to see if I could post this card, I came across  Virtual Smooches Give-a-way.  Virtual Smooches works in partnership with Paper Smooches and does tutorials for them relative to their products.  It's a great site to get new and old and techniques.  If you are inspired by one of the tutorials you can enter your project at Inspired By Virtual Smooches by Savanah O'Gwynn.   Viewed three shaker card tutorials "Shaker (2)" and "Shaker Card".    



Also submitted to the following Challenges
Thursday "Anything Goes" Twist is Easel card, optional


Products Used:  
Design paper 
     DoodlebugDesign "Easter Expres Paper Pack"
Cardstock 
     CTMH Lemon and white Daisy
Stamp Set
     Paper Smooches "Chubby Chums" 
Pens/Inks 
     Black Ink 
     ShinHan alcohol-based pens 
Embellishments 
     Little Things "Sequins"
Other
    Plastic Sheet
    Foam Tape 

4 comments:

  1. I love your cute "Chubby Chum" - perfect for the season. Pretty colors for the spring!

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  2. Such a cute spring-y card. I love how the sequins inside the shaker are spread out and not all at the bottom. The yellow chick is adorable.

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  3. What a fabulous Spring and Easter card--- that egg shaker looks like a candy! YUM! And I love love love that you decorated the inside of the card! I never do that because I forget and run out of time! LOL! Can't wait to share this on the VS blog as our featured player- be sure to stop back by <3 HUGS <3

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  4. Comments from the Design Team at The Outlawz Twisted Thursday "Easel Card"

    Andrea Beecroft DT on March 14, 2017 at 6:03pm
    Suzanne what a neat fun card I love your shaker bowl and that cute little bird too. I gorgeous card. Hugs Andrea

    Camille Short DT on March 14, 2017 at 6:45pm
    Beautiful shaker!

    Katrina Brown, DT on March 14, 2017 at 8:51pm
    Such a fun shaker, Suzanne! Love all the pastels! I was working with that egg cut last night. You know what they say about great minds.....you'll be seeing my egg card in a few weeks! ;)

    Reply by Suzanne Reynolds on March 14, 2017 at 9:08pm
    Thank you. Anxious to see what you do. I really spent a lot of time trying to get this cut to work for an easel card, but I couldn't get the outer cut lines off of the bottom half of the front. Any ideas?

    Katrina Brown, DT on March 15, 2017 at 7:11pm
    Hmmm.....are you trying to make a flat edge on the bottom of the egg? If so, you could just slice off what you don't want using the slice feature.
    Reply by Suzanne Reynolds on March 16, 2017 at 12:21am No I need the inside cut of the egg on the bottom but not the outside Maybe I'll give it a few more minutes of experiment.

    Edwina Brown on March 14, 2017 at 9:38pm
    Suzzanne, This is so adorable! Love it so much!

    Janet McLaughlin,DT on March 15, 2017 at 6:50pm
    What a beautiful shaker card, Suzanne! The colors are perfect for Easter! Love that adorable little chick!

    Angela Bonanno, DT on March 15, 2017 at 8:01pm
    Beautifully done love shaker cards! Super fun!

    Jean Chaney, DT on March 15, 2017 at 11:00pm
    Sometimes cards just want to be what they want to be. Shaker cards are always fun, and this one is adorable, Sue!

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