Monday, November 30, 2020

A Winter Scene with Penguins (Shaker)

During 2018 and 2019 I enrolled in a few Copic classes. Various materials for making the card were provided by the instructor so students were able to design and assemble the card as they wished after coloring the penguins. I selected elements from an array of items to add to the card. I colored the penguins then turned the card into a four-window card. The only window that is actually covered with acetate and has shaker bits is the one in the lower-left corner. 

I decided to take this card from my stash and add it to my blog for Double Trouble Challenge #72. This is usually a biweekly challenge but this specific challenge is only one week in duration because it is the fifth Monday of the month. As usual, our "fifth-Monday" challenge is themed by Trouble Maker as Anything Goes. We have two options: Twisted Sister says, "Let It Snow", and Double Dare is hoping you'll link your project to one (or more) of our previous partners. A list of partners can be found on the DTC72 Blog.


The DTC Design Team hopes you'll visit our Challenge Blog and consider playing along. You could win a prize from Double Trouble!

Stamp: Whimsy Stamps "Penguin Holiday Squares"
Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black & Copic Alcohol Markers
Cardstock: Stampin' Up! Whisper White
Paper: Lawn Fawn "Itsy Bitsy Polka Dot" and other unknown
Dies: Cottage Cutz "Winter Wonderland", Lawn Fawn "Peekaboo Backdrop"
Misc.: Acetate, Diamond Dust, Stampendous Crystal Glitter, sequins from stash, foam tape 


  1. I really love this little penguins and the other scenes. This card has so much going on - perfect for winter.

  2. Oh my goodness, how cute is that?!? Love the penguins and the shaker. Such a fun winter scene in the other window! :)

  3. Adorable, love your shaker. It was fun coloring these and you did a great job. I'm going to have to pull mine out of the stash too.