Today, I am making a fun shaker card using a number of fabulous Imagine products including the new Mboss Embossing Powder in my new favorite color Silver! In addition, I’m adding some beautiful shiny Rinea paper. These two products really add a special touch to this handmade shaker greeting card. Join me in today’s fun paper crafting tutorial.
Time: 45 minutes
Have you tried the new StazOn Pigment Inks yet? They are amazing and work great to stamp on plastics like acetate for shaker cards. I also used it to stamp on Imagines Vertigo to make some pretty butterflies.
To see how I created my shaker card watch my video below. Enjoy!
Time: 30 minutes
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I love a versatile tool and the Dewlet die is just that. The perfect little (but not too little) teardrop for petals, leaves, raindrops, balloons, and whatever else you think of. In this card, I’ve used the die as a stencil to draw out a pattern as well as a die to cut out shapes in that pattern. And that simple repeating pattern gets jazzed up with pen detailing, glitter, and a couple of shaker windows, too.
If you get the blues being away from friends and family, this is a sweet card to say how much you miss them. Change up the color scheme or sentiment, though, and it could easily be a baby or wedding shower card. Add some flowers and you’ve got an April Showers card. All from a simple repeating background and a few well-chosen embellishments.
Time: 1 hour +
- Cardstock – White, Navy
- Clear Acetate Sheet
- Paper Studio Iridescent Glitter – White, Powder, Robin’s Egg
- Small Beads
- Helmar – ZapDots ¼” Square
- Uniball – Signo White Gel Pen
- Fiskars – Paper Trimmer, Scissors
- Die Cut Machine
I love shaker cards but I really don’t make them all that often. I was looking around my craft room and found some googly eyes and thought those would be fun in a shaker card. Plus I was thinking this months color, Sangria would make a really cool eery sky.
Watch my video below to see how I used Delicata, VersaColor and Sheer Shimmer Spitz to create my eery sky and how I put together my shaker card. Enjoy!
Time: 45 minutes
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Hey, Y’all! Tenia here from Jazzy Paper Designs with a very cool Hello shaker card using Imagine products, a coffee theme and kraft paper. Here are the directions on how to create this fun card.
Stamp coffee cup image with Memento Tuxedo Black and cut out with scissors
Die cut with nesting squares from Spellbinders for the shaker card.
Create shaker element with adhesive, acetate and sequins.
Adhere coffee cup image onto shaker with the foam dots to create a raised effect.
Stamp decorative image onto the kraft paper and add splatter with Fireworks Shimmery Craft Spray in New Sprout. The great thing about this color is the shimmer has a beautiful gold hue.
Add matching twine around the card.
Stamp “Hello” and “There” sentiment and heat emboss images and cut out.
Adhere shaker to the card to overlap the steam decorative element with the coffee cup and add washi tape and embellishments onto the card.
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- Memento Tuxedo Black, Rich Cocoa
- Fireworks Shimmery Craft Spray – New Sprout
- Delicata – Emerald Green
- Embossing Powder – Clear
- Right at Home – “Cup of Joy “coffee stamp
- The Twinery – Twine
- Queen and Co – Washi tape
- Sticker Stitches
- Spellbinders – Nesting Squares die
- Heat Tool
- Die cut machine
I long for a white Christmas again, but in the meantime I am creating some beautiful snow themed projects using the exquisite new Delicata Sapphire Blue ink. I love how the blue and silver compliment the soft snowflake theme inside the window. It has certainly become one of my most favorite new ink colors—perfect for all my blue needs.
Time: 45 minutes
Use a die-cut and cut a window out of smooth white cardstock. I use washi tape to secure the parts in place and make sure they cut where I want the window to be.
Use Delicata Sapphire Blue with direct to paper technique to ink all around the window. Remember to only apply slight pressure or repeatedly tap the ink onto the cardstock to add color. TIP: Dragging the ink pad may damage your inkpad on sharp corners and edges.
Ink the top edge of an embossing folder with Delicata Dark Brown Shimmer and emboss the wood grain onto your inked panel. Blend some Delicata White shimmer around the edges of the panel for some added shine.
Build a shaker box with acetate and foam tape and fill with sparkly snowflakes. Adhere card base, shaker and window together.
Punch some leaves and adhere it to the front bottom edge of the window. Add a paper strips with a stamped sentiment over the punched leaves to form a plant box look. Finish off card with diamanté and snowflake elements.
- Cardstock – white, scrap (for punched leaves)
- Window die
- Embossing folder – Anna Griffin
- Stamps – Carabelle
- Leaf punch
- Snowflake Confetti
- Dimensional adhesive