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neat and tangled december challenge

Hello everyone 

This is my first time entering the card challenge for Neat and Tangled. Yay I took advantage of Black Friday sale and finally got my hands on some Neat and Tangled products! Super excited. 

The colour combo for this month's challenge is sliver and gold! Perfect for the holiday season. I really wanted to make a shaker card with gold sequins, so here is my take. 
 
I love how it turned out! Hope you like it too. 

Have a good day :)

Scarlet 

Comments

  1. A perfect idea for a silver and gold card. Certain to delight the recipient.

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  2. So fun and fabulous! Thanks for joining us at Little Tangles!

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