Hiya, today I have for you a fab fun and pretty new baby girl card made using my favourite designers dies – Sue Wilson.

Now you all know I love myself a Sue Wilson die or ten! lol! And this is a card I had in my head for a while and finally I had a reason to make it.  So I took a number of different collections of Sue’s dies that I think work really well together, her treat cups some pretty Creative Expressions Foundation card and made what I am calling my Sue Wilson Over the Rainbow Baby Shaker Card:-

Now even if I say so myself I think this card turned out so pretty I really really liked it. I liked the pretty colours, the lovely die cuts, the inking (that I finally remembered to do lol) and the clean lines of it too. So as always here are a heap of photos for you to look at of the finished card. Dont forget to click on the photos to see them in full:-

So that is it I hope you enjoyed making this with me as much as I enjoyed making it with you and as always I would love to hear your comments. Also to remind you all the links to products used are just below my signature. Otherwise for now hugs and have a great craft day,

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Amanda Evans

2 Comments on Sue Wilson Over the Rainbow Baby Shaker Card

  1. That is absolutely adorable Amanda! I wasn’t sure about the oddly coloured animals but I love them all! Also, your nails are very pretty, loving the white ‘n glitter :o)

    • Thanks lovely glad you liked it, I sent it over to Sue herself to look at which is the first time I have actually done that with her. But I jsut really liked how it turned out. Im glad you liked the animals in the end. I deliberately wanted one animal for each of the rainbow colours so as to create a nice balance in the colours. Would you have gone more real colours originally? I like to hear other peoples ideas? also have you seen the new video up on DMG? I think you might like the upcoming couple of games Im playing on there. xx

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