Showing posts with label layering squares. Show all posts
Showing posts with label layering squares. Show all posts

May 17, 2016

Shake Shake Shake

Don't you just love an adorable shaker card? I know! They're just so fun to just sit and play with (insert grin) and they're even more fun to make, especially now that SU has introduced the new dimensional strips in the new catalog that will be available to you on June 1st! 
The new layering square Framelits also made this card as cinch to whip up in no time. One of the straight edge Framelits perfectly coordinated with this Painters Pallet stamp set and then I used the next size larger to cut the window sheet and the backing Whisper White that I stamped my images onto. I then applied the window sheet over the opening I created on the pallet, added the dimensional strips around and filled with the sequins and some Emerald Envy "sprinkles" I punched using the new Sprinkles punch coming in the new catalog, applied my stamped image face down and adhered the entire panel onto a piece of Sweet Sugarplum CS and attached that to a Whisper White card base. The one thing I wish I had done was to use my Embosing Buddy on the inside of the window sheet to remove the static, only because, although there is plenty of Shake in my shaker card, as you can see, some of the sequins are sticking due to static...but, still it's adorable, it's quick and it's easy....everything you could want in a hand-made card! So, on June 1st be sure to grab some goodies and make yourself some shaker cards to spread around and watch all the Shake, shake, shake going on!

Happy Stamping!
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