Shaking Hippo - Jeannie Lieu (InsideoutJeans)

August 12, 2017

Hello everyone! I'm back again with another card featuring the new Hippo with Butterfly stamp. This time the Hippo isn't hiding behind a fence. I wanted to mimic Gerda's logo that you see on your stamp sets.

The butterfly that comes along with the set is super cute and perfect for being part of a shaker card. It was a little tough to fussy cut but it was totally worth it. I used a heart die to cut the opening of the shaker and filled it with sequins and the butterflies. It is a simple card, but I think it turned our really cute. The hippo is SO lovable! I just can't wait to see what everyone does with this set.

Until next time!

- Jeannie





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