Go Wild! Shaker Card by Erika Scrappika

August 02, 2017

Hi everyone, 

it's Erika [from http://www.scrappika.com/] here! I'm so happy to be guest designer for Gerda Steiner today.
For this blog post I created a shaker card using the super fun “Go Wild!” stamp set and the coordinated dies.



I’m totally addicted to shaker cards so, I decided to stamp two giraffes and put them in my shaker element!
First of all I colored using Tombow dual brush and then I cut the giraffes using the “Go Wild” die.

To see how I created the card, watch process in the video below and you will find all the details!




hope you enjoyed! Thanks for stopping by!


Erika “Scrappika”




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