Sunday, August 29, 2010

Mermaid Pattieboop


Hi everyone... I have a new creation and this one is for the following challenges.
I decided to make a Shaker Card since I never tried one. I had so much fun with this one. My image is from Pattie's Creations called Mermaid Pattieboop. This is one of my images and can be found here. The papers are from my stash. I cut out a circle, added acetate, and mounted it on foam board to create my window. I tried using glitter but that didn't work so I used tiny glass beads inside my window. They worked perfectly! I then added paper that I created in Photoshop and two fish with bubbles. I used my scallop circle from Spellbinders for trim around my window. A few splashes of water gels, a paper flower, some coral branches and my creation was complete.

11 comments:

Rhonda Miller said...

What a fabulous card.

Raven B said...

What a great shaker! Love it.
Hugs,
Raven

Sandi said...

This came out really pretty Pattie! Now I have seen my first shaker card, had never heard of it before so I had no idea of what they look like. Just gorgeous!
Love ♥ Sandi

Milnie said...

wow! love the shakerbubbles, awesome idea!

Always Playing with Paper said...

Hey Pattie! What a sweet card and the type of card is so cool...I have never made one of those before...you have inspired me. Thanks for sharing with the Paper Players this week!
Smiles,
Lesley :)

Nance said...

Oh my! How cute is this?! Love the shaker card and your coloring is wonderful. Thanks for joining us at the Paper Players this week!

Hands On said...

Love,love, love this card. The beads are perfect for the shaker. Al your details are perfect. Thanks for sharing with paper players.

Janie Printz said...

what an adorable little shaker card & you've colored it so beautifully ... Love the glass beads you used & notice that you also used Photo Shop ... Do you use it a lot ? I have been trying to buy that program & it's been out of stock ... Would you recommend it?
Hugs, Janie

Pattie G said...

Janie, I have been using Adobe Photoshop for many years. I am surprised you can't find it. It is very expensive. You might want to try Corel.

Ann Schach said...

So unique and creative! I love it! Thanks for joining The Paper Players this week!

craftycrafter said...

wow love it Pattie the image is lovely, makes a great shaker have a nice weekend love Dorothy