Thursday, May 5, 2016

Wine Glass Shaker Card (using water) with Savannah O'Gwynn

Hello, friends:}
***Let me start by wishing my big bear a HAPPY 8th BIRTHDAY! Love you so much, Olsen Bebo O'Gwynn! My favorite pictures of him would be from THIS Virtual Smooches video back on his 5th birthday! LOL! Too funny! 
Savannah O'Gwynn here today sharing a fun shaker card using water!!!! I finally figured out how to create a water shaker card using a plastic baggie and the Paper Smooches Wine Glass die! 
This video is a bit long... but that's because I had a few hiccups! I cannot believe that I messed up on "live" video! I cannot even believe I forgot to add the back piece of the cardstock to the cardbase. OY! Here's the video *****Be sure to change your settings to HD before watching! THANKS! 

I hope that you are inspired to create your own water shaker card---- maybe use this idea for an underwater themed card or for a jar with some die cut flowers! FUN x10000000000 :)

And remember to link up your creations to our Inspired By Virtual Smooches post!!! 

**And don't forget if you leave a comment, please add your blog address and email so I can visit you too:) I love hearing from the VS followers when you've created something based off of one of our videos:) So keep leaving comments and links- you could be our next Virtual Smooches FF!!! ***If you don't have a blog-- email me a pic and let me know what inspired you!!! 
(savannahland2 at comcast dot net)

THANKS so much for stopping by! Be blessed:}


Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Happy Birthday Olsen!!! Your card is AMAZING! WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Kimberly Eddy said...

Love this shaker card with water and paint!! Great idea and didn't seem too hard to accomplish. Love your videos Sav and your style!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you Savannah for the amzing video tutorial. I must try something like this.Super great shaker card!

Jennifer Reece said...

The wine card is really cool, but I have to admit I am more in love with your dog! He looks like a great companion!! I love his "distinguished" face in the party hat pics. lol! (I have a 1.5 year old Newfie).

Sue Reynolds said...

I had a sketch that I was using and thought it would make a great shaker card. I have made shaker cards before but wanted to see if there were other techniques and found this very interesting...using water. I'm mailing my shaker so will not use this technique this time, but will definitely try it in the future.