Hydrangea Shutter Peekaboo Card

Hello my crafty friends,

My card today is a Shutter Peekaboo card that I created.  Last week on Susan's Garden Club Live Susan did one of these cards so I had to try one.   I made one years ago way before I was making Susan's flowers boy they really dress this card up.  I had an inspiration picture in mind when I did the flowers so decided to combine the card with my inspiration.

Finished card is 5" X 7"

Susan did a video for creating card which can be found here

The patterned paper I used was an old Close to My Heart - Laughing Lola.

For the flowers I used white Soft Finish Cardstock colored it with Distress Oxide Inks then cut flowers.  Flowers were shaped using Susan's tools and molding mats then built.

Sentiment in the peekaboo is a Close to My Heart stamp.

Suzanne Cannon's A Way With Words Happy Birthday was used cut from cardstock with Clear Double Sided Adhesive on back - once from black and once from white.  I adhered the black first then white offsetting a little to give a little shadow.

This card is really a fun card just need to take your time and go step by step.

Hope that it is an inspiration for you to make your own Shutter Peekaboo card.

Thanks for stopping by today and until next time - Happy Crafting!


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1293 - Garden Notes Hydrangea 2

1522 - Garden Notes Baby's Breath

1194 - Garden Notes Jasmine

1424 - Garden Notes Ostrich Fern

1439 - Suzanne Cannon's A Way With Words - Happy Birthday small

S5-401 - Spellbinders Candlewick Ovals

S4-114 - Spellbinders Standard Circles

D1663 - Close to My Heart Stamp set Floral Banners

Close to My Heart Patterned Paper - Laughing Lola

Cardstock - white, green, black

Distress Oxide Ink - Seedless Preserves, Spun Sugar, Picked Raspberry

Momento Ink - Black

Prills - Green (Ribbit)

Red Line Tape

Kids Choice Glue

Clear Double Sided Adhesive









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