Jennifer McGuire's suspension window tutorial over at Virginia's View that everything fell into place. I used the easier option 2 that Jennifer demonstrates due to the intricacy of the die.
I did a rainbow watercolor wash on the shaker panel for some visual kick behind the music. Love how that looks. You know, I ran cornstarch around the inside of the shaker to avoid sequins sticking to the foam tape but they still do. Perhaps I'm misremembering the tip I had read some time ago.
The Details: PTI white and purple cardstock, Versamark Black Onyx ink, Tim Holtz watercolor paper and Distress Inks (chipped sapphire, red brick, mustard seed, dusty concord), Memory Box Party Music die, Hero Arts Everyday Sayings sentiment
I'm entering this in Simon Wednesday Shake It, Stampin' Royalty Keep It Simple, Just Add Ink Shakers, The Friday Mashup #167 WaterColor Wash, Virginia's View Challenge #5 Die Cuts