Shaker Card – Sketch and Color Challenge #54

I’m here today with Your Next Stamp (YNS) and the Sketch and Color Challenge #54 and my final post as a DT member.

I’ve been on this team for the past year and a half.  I had an amazing time. Karen has been amazing and her design are super cute and fun to work with.   I’ve made some great friend with my fellow design team members.  Deciding to step down was a hard decision to make but a much needed one for me.

I will continue to support Your Next Stamp and because a participant in these challenges, LOL!! That will be fun.

Each challenge has a sketch and a color combo to choose from.

Take a look at the color combo:


Take look at the sketch:


For my last card, I went with my signature shaker card!  It was a must.  It’s my favorite technique and I used my favorite stamp set from 2016!


YNS Supplies: Tweet News, Circles Die Set

Other Supplies: Bristol White Cardstock, Tombow Irojiten Vivid Coloring Pencils, (Retired) Lucy Abrams Just Peachy Sequin

What do you think?  Super easy sketch! Let me know below.

So are you ready for the new challenge?

You have until January 5, 2017 at midnight EST to play along and submit your project on the YNS Blog post.  One random participant will win a $15 gift certificate to the Your Next Stamp Store.  If YNS stamps or dies are the focal point then the winner receives and additional $5 gift certificate f0r a total of $20.  The winner will be announced on the YNS Blog the Sunday after the challenge closes.

I hope to see your projects!!

Supplies listed above!!

Thanks for stopping by!


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