Doodles Paper Playground and Pear Blossom Insta Hop

Hey Friends. We have a fun, interactive collaboration for you today, plus an amazing #CraftyGiveaway Search for the hashtag: #ShakeLightAndSparkle to see all the amazing inspiration projects created by our talented designers! Join @Doodles_Paper_Playground, @SassyAndCrafty.co, and @PearblossomPress as we highlight a brand new #EZlights product AND have a lot of fun doing so.

You could win:
a $15 gift card from Pear Blossom Press
Shake it Up Baby stamp set from Sassy and Crafty
5 assorted Sparkle Blends from Doodles Paper Playground

And while I know the hop is on Instagram, I wanted to share with you how I created this card, because it was so super easy. I mean. stupid easy.

I started by die cutting a hole into a piece of white cardstock.

I blended ink over the die cut cardstock using Worn Lipstick, Ripe Persimmon and Picked Rasberry Distress Oxide. I also splattered some silver Shimmer Spray.

Onto a A2 card frame I adhered a piece of watercolor paper that had been blended with some Tumbled Glass and Blueprint Sketch Distress Oxide. I also stamped a heart in teal ink and added a little black heart bits too.

I added the sentiment to the top of the card, and I just love the idea of this sentiment with a light up card.

I tried something new today with my shaker element. I added Doodles Paper Playground shaker bits in I Love the 80s. But instead of just filling the area like normal, I added another piece of acetate behind the sequins. It is flawless! I was able to simply glue the Pear Blossom EZR Light behind the acetate. No muss, no fuss.

I needed a little something more on this card, so I pulled out the Sassy & Crafty Shake It up Baby stamp set and stamped the house and bubbles over the front of the card.

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