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Love Ya a Latte

Hello! I am back with a new shaker card and one of the newest Sparkle Blends from Doodles Paper Playground. There are six brand new Blends and you can check them all out HERE. For my shaker, I was really inspired by the Gingerbread Man Sparkle Blend.

I knew immediately that I wanted to pair the Blend with the new Thanks a Latte stamp set from Lawn Fawn. I stamped the cups on Kraft cardstock and carefully cut the inside of the cups with an X-Acto Knife and and created my shaker window.

I used a couple of Rectangle Dies from Gina Marie Designs to cut my shaker panel and background paper (from the Lawn Fawn Perfectly Plaid "Chill" 6x6" Pad) The images were colored with Tombow Dual Brush Markers. The Gingerbread Man Sparkle Blend is perfect for filling these cups with "coffee" or "hot cocoa." It's a great assortment of chocolate and gold colored sequins, a bit of cream, and lots of different sized glitter sequins.

I added just a few snowflake sequins from the Snow Cool Sparkle Blend for the main part of the card. The finished card is great for a guy or a gal pal. The colors are cool but comfy, and I just adore the Gingerbread Man Sparkle Blend.

That's it for me today. I'll be sharing several projects with all of the new Blends this month, so I hope you will check back with me. To shop for any of them please visit the White Rose Crafts LLC store. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!


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