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Butterfly Shaker Card

Hi Everyone,

I am playing with this month  Memory Box challenge. The theme is shaker cards. So I pulled out my underused big butterfly die from Memory Box and turned it into a shaker. 

I really like this die - I should use it more often...The pretty sentiment is from Happy Little Stampers (Mix Mash set)

I am also linking up with:

Time Out - Birthday
Inkspirational - going with challenge  #23 - orange, star fruit, melon
Seize the Birthday - CAS birthday
HLS - anything goes with HLS stamps (sentiment)

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Julie B said…
Stunning die, you made a fab shaker card. :)
Lee Ann Barrett said…
Stunning, Cornelia! Your creativity amazes me!
!neke said…
Wow , this is awesome !!!!!!!!
Ineke XX
papierelle said…
Wow, das ist absolut genial!! Bin hin und weg!!
LG Gundi
Susanne Vargas said…
Dieser Riesenschmetterling ist perfekt für eine Shakerkarte! Schöne Farben!
*Vicki* said…
Wow!! This is gorgeous!! ;)
Mac Mable said…
How clever is this shaker card? I have this die and I would have never thought to do this with it. Love how you've kept the die white against the shaker elements and blending colours, absolutely beautiful x
sandie said…
Stunning Cornelia, love the sponged background and how you have used the die at the edge, such a creative card. Thanks for joining Ink and TO
cm said…! Where are the smelling salts and a chair, because I'm blown-away with your GORGEOUS butterfly shaker. In LOVE!!
Monika Reeck said…
WINNER CARD for my eyes
and you again made masterpiece
the color is vibrant and lovely

I just come back from Indonesia
there is 32 degree every day
in Deutschland ooh -8 degree
bin krank husten and flu
also just want to say hi to you
when ich nicht mehr Jetlag
try to catch up
is your augen alles ok
Miss you Cornelia
So beautiful! Love your use of the die, perfectly blended background and matching sequins. Bravo!
conil said…
Oh. My. God. Unbelievable...what an amazing card. Shouldn't be surprised because all your cards are amazing but this one flabbergasted me. Incredible color and the die is used to it's best advantage.
Kim M said…
This is amazing!!! I love that butterfly die and how you used it. Great design. Thanks for joining us over at Ink too! :-)
Sharyn Polesel said…
What a gorgeous shaker butterfly! I have an under used one too because it is so large. This is a fantastic way to solve that problem. Thanks for joining us at Seize the Birthday!
Suchi said…
A stunner card!!! You rockstar, Cornelia! :)
Suchi xx
Flo said…
Eine tolle Idee!!!
Der Hintergrund des Schmetterlings ist sehr gut gewählt.
Ich mag diese Farbkombination ohnehin sehr gerne.
Liebe Grüße
Monica Maier said…
Another stunning card! It's so gorgeous Cornelia, I love it!!!
Kristie Goulet said…
OMG!!!! Totally LOVE this!!! You know when my birthday is right?!!! ;) This ROCKS!!!!
Vicki Dutcher said…
WHOA!! THIS IS SO FABBYLOUS!! Seriously mf - over the top amazing!
maria f. said…
Now that is a shaker!!!!! Gorgeous.
Melissa Bove said…
Wow! What a fabulous card!! So beautiful! Great design!

Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!

Darnell said…
Oh, girl, if this doesn't win those challenges, I'll be upset! This is your best card yet and it's gone straight to my Pinterest for CASEing!! Hugs, Darnell
Aileen said…
Ohh my goodness, get this die out more and use it. What a beautiful card, the blended background, shaker card, butterfly. I want this die.......your card is so eye catching.
Diane said…
Saw this on the MB challenge sight...I LOVE it!!!
shirley-bee said…
Stunning shaker card, so dramatic! I love the ombré background.
Cris G. said…
What a shaker, it's amazing!
Anita in France said…
Wow, Cornelia ... or rather WOW! Your butterfly shaker is stunning ... such a beautifully blended ombré background ... and gorgeous sequin-y shimmer! So striking! Delighted to have you playing along with us at Time Out, my friend! Hugs, Anita :)
Kim Heggins said…
WOW...what a fabulous card. Love your gorgeous shaker card, the prettiest one I have ever seen!
Dotty Jo said…
What a beauty - stunning colours, Jo x
Penny Ward said…
Fun card!!! Don't you just love shakers? Thanks for playing along with us at Outside the Box. hugs :)
Shawna said…
This is so nice, crisp and clean. Very graphic which I am catching on seems to be your strong point. This card is perfect in everyway!!
sandie said…
Congrats on winning at Time Out. If you want to join us a GD, see our blog for details x
Laura said…
One of the best uses of this die I have ever seen. Thank you so much for participating in the Memory Box challenge.
marilyn said…
Really is a stunning card! Which MB butterfly die is this? Would love to have it!

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