Strong Anchor With Lisa Blastick

Hello everyone! 
It's Lisa here today sharing another shaker card for Cheery Lynn Designs
I really Love shaker cards and even though it takes a few extra steps...I find they are fun to make and recipients love them too! 

I have been in a nautical mode for most of the summer...still thinking about the beach! This week's challenge is "In Stitches". I don't know how to sew with a sewing machine but I can make faux stitches. I used a black archival marker and with a template made black stitches all the way around the edges, on the shaker piece and on the waves of sand . For the shaker card I used the two largest A2 Frames Rectangle. Then cut it again with white foam. I used the largest rectangle in light blue and again with acetate to create the window for the beads. 

I cut out the two Lighthouses in medium blue, one set of the Clouds and one set of the Birds from Bird Bath. I added a little light blue distressing ink to the birds. I diecut Ships Anchor in light blue and colored the chain with a black copic. I placed light blue and clear beads in the center of the shaker and placed the anchor on the top bottom corner. The stamp is on the outside acetate using staz-on black ink. 

Here you can see all the little beads throughout! 

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Thanks for stopping by today! 
Be sure to stop by the Cheery Lynn Designs and join this week's challenge "In Stitches" for your chance to win $20 at the Cheery Lynn Store!
Hugs, Lisa


  1. Wow! I just love this beautiful lighthouse card! Amazing!

  2. This is a lovely scene and card! So makes me think of the most beautiful day on the shore!


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