HERE is janeelizabeth's (Jane France) card I cased, making the window an acetate one. I thought her card would adapt beautifully to a shaker card. I haven't done this in a long time, and it took me forevah, but I love the results.
I eliminated the sentiment and mesh, using a stencil and real shells. I also added a ribbon. I kept the same layout, moving things around a tiny bit.
Jane, your card was so lovely, I just had to try my hand at a case for the challenge. I hope you like it.
Date: Tuesday, June 10, 2014 GMT Views: 1502
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Tue, Jun 10, 2014 @ 12:35 PM
Oh, Anne ~ This is just delightful! It reminds me of some of the summer days of my youth down on the Jersey shore. (Of course, I'm sure you were thinking more New England than New Jersey!) Your shaker with the mica chips is an added bonus! And your cluster of shells makes a very nice accent. Beautiful card, my friend!
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Tue, Jun 10, 2014 @ 3:04 PM
Ohhhhhhh Anne!!! when I saw you had cased one of my cards I felt so heartwarmed, thank you soooooooo much, it is such a lovely compliment. I truly adore your card, the beachy seaview with your fabulous cloudy sky is beautifully colored, I love that you made it a shaker card, I totally love cards with lots of dimension and I adore the dimension you have created with the shells, seagull and yummy ribbon, most of all I lurrrrve your placement of the little pearls. once again thank you, you have really made my day. :)