Wednesday Challenge- Shake It, Santa! Winner Linda Jo

That must be Jane's version of the craft company "Lawn Fawn". :lol:
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eoconnell wrote:That must be Jane's version of the craft company "Lawn Fawn". :lol:


Elaine, you just made me laugh out loud! (Am just thankful that I didn't shoot soda out my nose!)
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I should have listened to Katrina...she told me that I was putting too much in the shaker...she said I should leave out the glitter and just use the beads and sequins. Normally, I don't put in enough stuff and the shaker seems empty, but not today! The card looks like a lighthouse scene instead of a church!

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Trudi, that is hilarious! I'm sure it looks like a very snowy scene in person.
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Trudi, does Katrina realize how difficult it is to fill a shaker card because there is no "recipe"? You should have earned a Scout badge just for trying! And I agree with Golda, I'll bet that your card looks just fine in real life. It is hard to see the scene, but I do really like the swirly blue paper that you framed the scene with.
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Trudi, too funny! Must be a blizzard. Beautiful card!
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Trudi, I think your shaker card is so pretty! It is hard to determine how much to add and also that will spill out when you put on the top layer! Great job on this....
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Trudi, your card is just "extra festive". I think it's hard to judge how much to put in the shaker. I have erred both ways. Your card will be admired by whoever receives it. Thanks for doing my challenge.
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Trudi, your card turned out fantastic....and I agree it is better in real life....well done
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Okay, I use my anti-static pouch on both sides of the acetate before putting it together, and stuff still sticks. Oh well, I really like how it turned out.

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This looks a bit more blue than it is in real life. It's a soft color scheme, though. The top layer of the shaker is lavender.
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