When was the lat time you made a shaker card? I confess I hadn't tackled one for a long while. But when Cardmaking, Stamping & Papercraft issued a call for shaker cards I jumped at the chance to revisit this style of cardmaking. I chose a seaside theme and although I would have preferred to fill my shaker with sand I didn't have any to hand. Coarse silver glitter was the next best thing, so I used a generous amount of that along with a handful of confetti stars. Something else I hadn't used in a while was epoxy stickers. I forgot how cool they are! Bespoke embellishments are a breeze with these babies. Shaker cards might be slightly labour intensive to make, but they sure are fun. And the possibilities are truly endless.
Paper - Graphic 45
Card - Bazzill
Embellishments - Darkroom Door seaside montage, Darkroom Door seaside photochips, Darkroom Door seaside wordstrips, K&Company epoxy stickers, glitter, confetti stars, cotton string
Other - mounting foam, acetate
This is the companion card I made for the Lil'inkers Designs stamper's challenge in Cardmaking, Stamping& Papercraft magazine. I had fun with this one! I used the feather stamps to make my background, stamping directly onto the kraft card front. Next I smothered the chipboard bird with glitter and created a little nest for her using coiled, frayed string and a few egg-like beads. Finding the right size stick proved a challenge! I experimented with different ways of attaching the stick to the card and found a needle and thread to be the most effective method. Finally, it was just a matter of stamping the sentiment. Done!