February 22, 2016

Merry Monday Challenge 193!

Linda's theme for Merry Monday this week is "Bells" and I was totally stumped I tell you! I do not own any stamp sets or any paper with bells so what to do? And then I had one of those moments! Keep reading!
Please tell me that "Jingle Bells" counts as "Bells" for our theme? I think they qualify, don't you?

I had these retired "Mini Jingle Bells" that I hung on to because they are so darn cute! I decided to create a "Shaker Card" with them. Although they are mini, I still had to create a shaker card with height:

I used my Squares Collection Framelits Dies to cut a small square hole into a larger square. I then used 3 layers of some thick cardboard so that my jingles would jingle! I hope you like my card and I hope you'll visit my teammates to see what they used for their "bell-themed" cards this week!

Thanks for stopping by to visit me today!

Stampin' Up! Card Supplies:
  • Stamps: Flurry Of Wishes
  • Cardstock: Pool Party, Island Indigo, Whisper White
  • Inks: Island Indigo, Pool Party
  • Accessories: Mini Jingle Bells (retired), Metal Rimmed Pearls, Window Sheets
  • Tools: Squares Collection Framelits Dies, Snow Flurry Punch, Retired Embossing Folder, Stampin' Dimensionals


  1. I think your card complies and it is very cute :)

  2. Debbie your shaker with tiny bells is just genius! Oh, this is so pretty, gorgeous card Debbie!

  3. Wouw...these are Just my Colors for christmas cards and a shaker pocket as wel! !amazing card

  4. I think jingle bells qualify perfectly, Debbie! Love this shaker card! Hope you have a great week!

  5. Jingle bells definitely fit the bill. Such a cute shaker card, Debbie. Have a great week.

  6. Such a fabulous card, Debbie! Love the shaker filled with the jingle bells! Great idea! Hope your having a fabulous week! :)

  7. LOVE your jingle bell shaker, Debbie! Great idea!

  8. Fabulous shaker card Debbie, I love the sentiment.

  9. This is adorable! I would love to give your card a shake!


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