My grand-niece, Drea, will be celebrating her 4th birthday next week. Like many girls her age, she is all into fairies and princesses.
After seeing these 2 cards: Rainbow and this card by JJ Bolton
It took me quite a while to figure out how to get the divided shaker areas that would also not have a closed covered edge. I don't have the fuse tool to seal plastic. So I used lightweight overhead projector transparencies; and scored it 1/8 " apart to make one side. That made the top fold, then did the same thing to make the side fold. I used 1/8 " scor-tape to hold it down along the curved "walls".
I'm not sure I'm making any sense -- but my hubby said it took way too long to make!! It didn't take too long to make . . . but it did take long to figure out HOW to make it -- 3 failed attempts before I was somewhat satisfied. It didn't get as close to the edge as I wanted, but I'm happy.
Sugar Peas happens to have as their current challenge to Shake That Thing
The colors came from Creative Colors Challenge - a great palette of colors to choose from. I used Inktense pencils, and watercolored the image.
Addicted to Stamps has "Anything Goes"
And Jo's Scrap Shack challenge is for "Special Birthday". Drea is a very special little lady to me.
And the last challenge, but certainly not the least, I'll put this in, is Darnell's NBUS Challenge #4
The stamp is new and never been used. The cloud stencil (really a mask set) is from Great Impressions -- I've had it a long time, and also never been used. But I do like how easy it was to use. And it is still available here.
As always, thanks for looking. Hope you are enjoying your first few days of spring. I hope Old Man Winter gave his last shot last night. Woke up to 5 more inches of snow this morning!