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>> Sunday, July 24, 2016

Hi all, this card is for my oldest grandson he turned 16 on Friday, where has the time gone? To tell you what a great young man he is becoming he comes up in the morning and we go for a walk then talk over coffee. These talks are pure gold for me and I will treasure them forever.

I made a shaker card. I started by stamping the Adirondack Chair and coloring with Copic markers then die cutting with the inside the box technique. For the shaker part I use two sheets of acetate cut larger than the cut out. I used foam tape on all four sides then added the sequins and glitter then added the other sheet of acetate. I stamped the Sailboat then colored with Copic's. The Small 1 Line Happy Birthday was stamped and  die cut.

For the inside I use the Family and Friends Birthday Greeting and the 4 in 1 Seashells.

  On the back I used the one of my favorites Share My Heart. 

Have a wonderful day,



nwilliams6 said...

Great BD card! Love that you did a beach shaker card! Super fun and really perfect for the occasion. I am glad you get to share special moments with him - I look forward to these days with my Grandson's too. Hugz

Robin Clendenning said...

Cute shaker card! Love the sparkly stuff you put inside!!!

Sue said...

Awesome card Janett! Love the scene you created! What a great way to start your day too - he sounds like a great kid!!

Samantha said...

Great card, Janett! What a fun idea to make it a shaker card!
Happy Birthday to your grandson! I'm sure he'll treasure your talks as well <3

Shelia said...

What a cute shaker card! Janett, I know your grandson will love this fun card! He sounds like a great kid too!

Karin said...

What an amazing shaker card! I love the sequins in the sand and the whole sailing/beach scene! Your grandson sounds like a gem :)

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Such a wonderful shaker card, Janett! Love the happy summer colors & burlap band. Great card for your dear grandson!

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