Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Look For The Sunlight....

Welcome to Studio 5380, I'm so glad you dropped by today!

It's another crazy week around my house so I'm going to make this post short and sweet.  I'm playing along with the current 30 Day Coloring Challenge hosted by the talented Kathy of The Daily Marker.  This challenge runs July 5th through August 5th.  I will be posting my daily coloring on Instagram (you can find my Instagram Link on the sidebar) and I will share my finished projects here on my blog.  So, let me show you what I completed for Day 2 of the challenge:
I started with one of the great pre-printed watercolor panels by  Suzy Plantamura.  You can find them at Simon Says Stamp.  I love how quick and easy it is to put together a card using these panels.  I used my Copic Markers and a white gel pen to color in the letters.

Next, I created a "frame" with the Stitched Rectangle Dies from Lawn Fawn.  I filled the inside of my frame with yellow and clear sequins.

I adhered the shaker portion of my card to a bright yellow card base and there you go - all done!

Okay, that's about it for me today.
Thanks again for stopping by. Have a great day and I'll see you soon!


  1. This is such a colorful shaker card... the sentiment is wonderful.... Have a great day! :)

    Theresa’s Crafty Creations

  2. Awesome shaker card Tanya!!! Love the colors and the sentiment is just fabulous!!!! :)

  3. Fabulous shaker! Great sentiment and love the bright colors. Just love your cards.

  4. Fabulous & Super fun!!
    Have a blessed day,
    Crafting With Creative M

  5. This is so beautiful!! I love the sentiment and how you made it into a full card shaker!! Gorgeous!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  6. Such a great card, and love the sentiment!

  7. Very cute and creative shaker. Love the sentiment and they papers used to create it.
    Have a creative day.
    Hugs Nana
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