Make your own cards #23: Make an Underwater World shake card

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  1. Ik says:

    Very nice cards made. Just a pity that you bought the stamps through Ali. They are official of My Favorite Things, who put a lot of work into designing and creating their stamp sets. Shame…

  2. Michelle says:

    Oh wow super nice! Everything fits together beautifully, beautifully made.

  3. Heidi says:

    What a beautiful girl that looks...

  4. Ester says:

    Hi Els, what nice cards. I have the same stamp with matching cutting dies and will soon be working with it, especially with your great idea. I do have a tip for you about the tape; Difficult to explain, but you take a piece of tape of say 20 cm and stick it in half lengthwise so that you get a piece of 10 cm. You can then cut through the protective layer and it is twice as thick, so ideal for shaker cards and you don't have to suffer more from the plaque. I hope you understand me…. creative greetings Ester

  5. Yolanda says:

    What beautiful cards! Also very nice to use as an invitation for a mermaid party.

  6. Yova says:

    It really turned out to be a lot of fun. You made an underwater map from it. Very nice work to make. Action you can certainly buy nice things. In China too.

  7. Smurfige knutselfan says:

    The cards turned out super fun.
    Tip; If you don't have foam tape, use one or more pieces of cardboard (for the height difference), this can also be done from packaging or felt. It goes very well, I have made it before. You could also make the frame in the shape of a shell. This way you could experiment with all kinds of things, even if you have different stamps. Els, thank you for sharing your nice cards.??

  8. Very nice weather Els!

  9. I love your cards so much?

  10. Manon says:

    Awesome! I love shaker cards and these are beautiful. I also think the stamps you used are very cute.
    Nicely done again!!

  11. Romy says:

    Wow, what beauties of cards! I think they are all beautiful with the colors, the beautiful sequins and the beautifully colored mermaid stamp prints. Really very nicely done!

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