Dun Dun Dun Dun …….

….we all know this tune! You know – the Theme from Jaws! A fitting soundtrack for my tiny post today πŸ˜€

The other day when I posted the Acorn Shaker, Team Member Lee Cox mentioned her idea of making a shaker card from the latest collection by Bird – JawsomeΒ but she didn’t have the time for it, so she gave the idea to me. Trying my best to honor her wicked idea, here is what I came up with:

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I used the shark from the Shark Window Card and made it into a shaker card by adding 7 layers behind the front layer with the acetate. I removed the teeth on the back layers to give more room for shaking and made two front layers with teeth – one in red and one in white – to give the impression of bloody teeth. I also cut out tiny fish skeletons in white pearl paper and added a bit of red ink to make them look bloody πŸ˜€

The background paper I found in the Silhouette Design Store but any sea or wave paper could do.

The card is a freebie from the Card BundlesΒ – the Pop-Up Slider Card from Card Bases. I added the green panels (they are actually the same olive green as the background) to give it a little extra and cut the text from red cardstock in a blood dripping font πŸ˜€

Finally I tied some red, white, grey and black raffia onto the slider (doesn’t show in the picture 😦 ) and added two small black pearls as eyes.

Here’s a little close-up:

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Yummy!!!!

Thanks for stopping by to witness the twisted and bloody mind of mine (and Lee Cox’s) and don’t forgetΒ to tell what you think of this bloody fish-eating shark card πŸ˜€

38 thoughts on “Dun Dun Dun Dun …….

  1. I absolutely love this card! I already loved the idea of it but I also love the choice of colours you’ve used along with the patterned paper and the bloody font too. Thanks so much Helle! πŸ™‚

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  2. Well this card has thrown the gauntlet down to other crafters. I love it, just brilliant.
    Thanks for explaining what it said.

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