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Stamp Connection #6

Hi Everyone,

Connected through our love for card making, blogging and being from Germany we (Tanja from Little Art Cottage and I) decided to create a monthly project within predefined requirements. We are going to show you the result every 3rd Sunday of the month and this is our fifth transatlantic get-together!

This time it was Tanja's turn to pick the requirements :

Shaker card and animal

For quite a while I had that duck from your Next Stamp quacking at me to get used - well - now its her turn! Combined it with some patterned paper. The sentiment comes with the duck.

Did my usual thing  - using fun foam as a spacer. The window is die cut with a die by Simon Says. The duck is colored with Copics. Filled in Microbeads and various sequins. 

Linking up with 
Your Next Stamp - sketch challenge

workitwedbanner  YNSSketch20

Lets check out Tanja's shaker card!

Happy Stamping!


conil said…
You quack me up, too. What a fun, happy card. What's not to love about ducks, darling patterned paper and a shaker to boot. Tanya's got her work cut out for her.
Anita in France said…
What a smiley, happy duck, Cornelia ... so fun and cute ... and brilliant with the shaker element! Hugs, Anita :)
cm said…
I've fallen behind in commenting and will catch up soon, but had to pop in to let you know how fabulous Mr. Duck is, especially as a shaker! You're showcasing the YNS stuff so well, that I'm inclined to go shopping (and there's been too much shopping of late,'re so enabling *grin*)
Tanja said…
so ein süßes Entchen und Dein Patterned Paper passt perfekt
Flo said…
Hihihi köstlich!!!
Es fehlen nur noch Kulleraugen und Seifenschaum!!!
Tracy Penney said…
Oh this is just way too cute. I love that image and how you worked the sketch into a shaker card. Just perfect. That paper is adorable too. Thanks for sharing your super sweet card with us for our sketch challenge at Your Next stamp.
Shona Chambers said…
What a little cutie, I always forget about putting an image inside my shaker cards. And so lovely to have someone to craft with, do you live far from each other?? Must pop over to Tanja's blog now to see what she did!
Funnnnn Shaker card.. The colors are so bright and cheery. Thanks for joining us at Your Next Stamp.
Thanh Vo said…
Love this fun little shaker card, Cornelia! My favourite! Thanks for hanging out with us over at YNS
Kim Heggins said…
Adorable. Just adorable, I love that sweet little duck!
Great take on the sketch, I like that you turned it in to a shaker. Plus, a shaker card is perfect for this party guy! Thanks for joining in the fun at YNS!

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