Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Double D, Water Related

 Good Morning! 

A brand new Challenge is up and running over at the Double D Challenge Blog

Here is your Inspiration Tile:

Water Related.
Ocean, Rain, Waterfall etc.

Here is what I created:

Using Spellbinders Standard Circle dies  
I created a rusty old aged Porthole Shaker card.
The Greetery Curio Cover die, the hardware dies and Ship Lap Builder dies.
Spellbinders Shells dies.
Fishing Net and Bottle dies.
Hero Arts Need A Hand stamp set.
Gina K Designs By The Sea 2 and Gifts From The Sea.

Wood Grained Embossing Folder.
Tuxedo Black and Tempting Turquoise inks.
Copic Markers.
Distress Oxide inks in;
Cracked Pistachio, Faded Jeans, Fired Brick, Iced Spruce,
Salty Ocean, Walnut Stain and Wilted Violet.
Brassy Brads.
Sequins and Glitter.
Foam Dots.
Diamond Stickles.
Perfect Pearls.
PFS Jewels, 12 Pack.

Shake, Shake, Shake.


A Super FUN card to make!

Please come on over to the Double D Blog and join in all of the FUN!

You'll be glad you did as there is always a pretty prize up for grabs!

Here's the prize for this Challenge:

Thanks for swimming by!



  1. Awesome~awesome shaker card, so creative and FUN!!

  2. I love this card Donna!! Your porthole, shaker card is fabulous! I love the rich, jewel tones you used paired with the rustic wood. A beautiful contrast! And the elements inside the shaker part couldn't be more perfect. It looks like sand and ocean treasure. You even perfected the rust on the porthole. Absolutely amazing!!!

  3. Absolutely FABULOUS inside & out! LOVE the scene you've created! You are SO TALENTED!!!

  4. This is simply FABULOUS!!! The aged shaker porthole, the ancient looking jars, the fishnet and the wood grain all go together beautifully. This is a work of art and TOTALLY frame-worthy. I am in awe of your talent and your eye for color and design!!

  5. Spectacular shaker card! Love the rustic, aged look you created with the different inks. And the always blows my mind! Great embellishments too.

  6. Lots of lovely supplies when into the making of the impressive card. There is so much to look at from the background,( i love that) to the embellishments. You made them all look old and rusty. Just amazing in my book.

  7. That is just too cool, love the colors you used, awesome scene you created outside that porthole, and love the netting too, Awesome!

  8. Donna, you have everything you need for this fabulous ocean scene. I'm thinking shipwreck. Your rusty old porthole is very realistic, and I love the treasures resting alongside. The sentiment inside finishes with a big ol' smile for the recipient!