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Peace Mixed Media Shaker Card

Hello everyone... Helen is here. I am dreaming of peaceful beach these days... And I created this peace mixed media shaker card to share with you all

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I started with painting the beach shore line with watercolor paint on a 140 lbs watercolor paper for the background. For me, painting is a relaxing moment. I love how the background turned out. Dried the finished painting with craft heater.

I used the 3 x 12 Peace be still Stencil for the sentiment. I taped the stencil on top of the watercolor paper with some low-tack purple tape, and then I used sponge dauber to add the white pigment ink on it. After that, carefully I peeled off the tape and dried the pigment ink with craft heater.

I added the finished background on the 5x7 card base with TapeRunner adhesive.

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I painted the Mini Shaker Flip Flops with acrylic paints and small round detail brush. I used teal and white paints.

After the paints dried, I stacked them together with strong permanent adhesive glue and I put a heavy book on top until the glue dried.

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After the glued dried, I added some of the giant irridescent sequins in the middle of the flip flop. I removed the clear film plastics from the acetate (all Clear Scrapes acetate plastic have protected clear films on both sides) and then I added the acetate plastic on top of the flip flop with strong adhesive glue. Then I added the last piece of the flip flop and the metal flowers on the flip flop with strong adhesive glue, and carefully I put the heavy book on top of it until the glue dried well.

I added the finished shaker flip flop on the card with the TapeRunner adhesive.

I hope this card cheers you all up today! Thank you so much for stopping by.

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