Fox and Wreath

September 04, 2018 1 Comment

Fox and Wreath

Hi there,

it's Tanja here and this is another creation using one of the new Gerda Steiner Designs stamp sets. This time I used the Gerda Steiner Designs Foxes set to create this Shaker Tag:

  • color one of the foxes and the wreath from the Gerda Steiner Designs Foxes set with Faber-Castell Albrecht-Dürer pencils and a damp watercolor brush
  • add highlights with a white gel pen
  • cut out a round tag from Neenah Desert Storm kraft cardstock using one of the dies from the My Favorite Things Tag Builder Blueprints 6 set
  • cut out a circle from the inside of the wreath and build a shaker element using a piece of acetate and double-sided foam adhesive
  • fill the shaker element with Pretty Pink Posh Autumn Harvest Mix sequins
  • thread a piece of natural twine through the hole of the tag



I hope you got inspired.
Hugs,



1 Response

Deborah Stelton
Deborah Stelton

September 05, 2018

What an adorable shaker card. That Fox could not be any sweeter! Your coloring is beautiful very soft and pretty tfs.

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