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Hello everyone! I hope your doing great. I have another card for My Guest Design at Doodles Paper Playground. I will have details down below for you!

I had to do another shaker card. A Lemon and Blueberries Shaker Card. So I chose this New Lemon Die that I purchased called Lemon Zest from Spellbinders. I used Circle dies from Waffle Flower Crafts for my Blueberries. My motivation came from a Cosmetic Bag that I had seen at Marshalls while shopping with my Crafty Friend Tina. I did my card from memory so I left a few things out like strawberries but that’s okay maybe next time I can recreate it better. I used Hammermill cardstock to ink blend my background pink like the Cosmetic Bag using Guava from Simon Says Stamp Pawsitively Saturated ink. I cut out my background with a stitched A2 rectangle. I ink blended the rest of my Hammermill cardstock with inks using Catherine Pooler Chiffon, Lawn Fawn Clover, Pinkfresh Studio Sunshine, Lawn Fawn Freshly Cut Grass, and Simon Says Stamp Twilight Pawsitively Saturated ink.

I ran the dies on the ink blended areas to retrieve all the die-cuts needed for this card.

I glued all my die-cuts together and glued my lemons and blueberries onto my pink ink blended A2 panel. I used a A2 clear card sleeve to make my shaker pouch. I used a tape runner to fold my sleeve tight around my card. I trimmed a little off the top and begin placing Lemonade Sparkle Blends into it. I placed a few blue and green sequins from Twilight Meadow Sparkle Blends to match my leaves and Blueberries. I love the clay pieces and the blends, they are just fabulous. I used my tape runner to secure my shaker pouch. I then added my shaker panel to a A2 card base. I added a gold foil strip sentiment from my stash and that finishes my card. I hope you like it. Grab some Sparkle Blends here

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