When is a Shaker Card not a Shaker Card? When it’s one I created & forgot to add my glitter & bling!!!!! It wasn’t until I got it together that I realised I had forgotten to add all my shaker bits.
I’ve used the FREE “Widlflower Fields” DSP which is available through SAB. The Scalloped Edge has been created using the Scallop Edge Framelit (Retired). The window was created using the Word Bubbles Framelits (Retired). Any of which can easily be substituted for different Framelits, Dies or Punches & Ribbon.
Please click onto the link above the photo to grab your free tutorial to create your own card.
This month we concentrate on the cute little Stamp “Easter Lamb” from the 2016 Occasions Catalogue, Page 24. This little lamb can be used for all occasions, not just Easter. We show you how to create 4 cute cards playing with the Technique – Shaving Cream & how to create 2 Shaker Cards.
Included in this month’s Treat –
How to build a Technique Book
Step-by-step colour instructions for each card
All the hard work is done for you
Keep up to date with the current trends
Inspiration! You will be amazed at how easy it is
Technique Book designed to keep you coming back again & again
Technique Book for future reference
We would love for you to join us so be sure to click on the “Technique Treats” Page to find out it all works & to purchase your Treat.
A huge thank you to everyone who purchased our very first Technique Treat last month. I hope you enjoyed creating your cards & learning the fun techniques. If you missed out, don’t panic as they are still available by clicking on the “Technique Treats” Page. Thank you so much for your support.
Today is our sneak peak for March. This month we have created a couple of fun little cards for Easter or change them into any occasion cards. We’ve used the cute little stamp from the 2016 Occasions Catalogue, Page 24 – “Easter Lamb”.
We show you how to create 4 cute cards using this sweet stamp, playing with Shaving Cream & creating 2 Shaker Cards.
We would love for you to join us. For full details on how this will work, please be sure to visit our “Technique Treats” Page or pop back on Saturday for the release of #2 treat.
We finally managed to create a “Shaker Card” today in Crafty Creations. A lot of laughs & giggles as everyone’s was different! Isn’t it amazing how we all have the same kit, yet create something entirely different – which I don’t mind, as I think it is great that so many people can create a different card from the one next to them.
One of the ladies loaned me a magazine some time ago so that we could have a go at doing one of these cards. I’ve had this card sitting in my “Crafty Creations” box for some time & finally managed to get it completed. There are weeks that I am usually about 3 weeks ahead, BUT there are weeks where I am quickly creating the card the morning of the class.
The jury is still out on this card. I love the products I used to create it, but I think if I was to do it again, I would add another layer. It is very hard for me to create single layers – I always feel like there is something missing.
I don’t have a tutorial today as I’ve posted this card off in the mail sometime ago.
What a great challenge we were set this week over at Sunny Challenges & Creations. All we have to do is create a Shaker Card – NO layout!!!!! If you are like me, then I haven’t created one for so long that I can’t remember the last time I did one.
Measurements – Base Card – Chocolate Chip – 8 1/4″ x 4 1/8″ or 21cm x 15cm Layer 1 – Cherry Cobbler – 5 5/8″ x 3 7/8″ or 14.5cm x 10cm Layer 2 – DSP – 5 1/2″ x 3 3/4″ or 14cm x 9.5cm Layer 3 – Chocolate Chip – 3 1/4″ x 3 1/4″ or 8.5cm x 8.5cm Layer 4 – Very Vanilla – 3 1/8″ x 3 1/8″ or 8cm x 8cm Layer 5 – Window Sheet or Acetate – 3 1/8″ x 3 1/8″ or 8cm x 8cm
Supplies – Stamp Set – Petite Pairs, Nature Walk Ink – Chocolate Chip Cardstock – Chocolate Chip, Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla DSP – First Edition Speciality Ribbon – 1/2″ Seam Binding – Cherry Cobbler, Crochet Trim – Victoria Punches – 2 1/2″ Circle Accessories – Snail Adhesive, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Sticky Strip, Glimmer Brad – Champagne, Glass Stampin’ Glitter – Gold (Retired), Stampin’ Markers – Marina Mist & Old Olive, Mini Glue Dots
I randomly stamped images over the DSP with Chocolate Chip Ink, prior to adhering to the Cherry Cobbler Cardstock. I ran a piece of Cherry Cobbler Ribbon across the middle, tucked ends under & adhered to the Base Card with Snail Adhesive.
For my window, I inked my image with Stampin’ Markers – Old Olive & Marina Mist, stamped direct onto Very Vanilla, inked my sentiment in Chocolate Chip Ink & stamped onto the same piece of Very Vanilla Cardstock. I placed my images onto the Cardstock, so that they would be able to be seen once I had adhered the top piece of Chocolate Chip Cardstock.
As I didn’t have any Double Sided Mounting Tape, I made my own. I applied Sticky Strip all around the outer edge of my stamped piece of Very Vanilla Cardstock, ensuring that all sides were covered. I cut 2 pieces of thick Cardboard – from the Glitter Paper – & adhered to the tops of the Sticky Strip, ensuring that all areas were covered as I didn’t want any pieces of the glitter to escape, applied another layer of Sticky Strip, carefully poured Glitter onto my image – not too much as you don’t want it to take over – punched a circle into the middle of the Chocolate Chip Cardstock with the 2 1/2″ Circle Punch, adhered the Window Sheet to the wrong side & then finally to the top of the Sticky Strip. I applied Stampin’ Dimensionals to the back of this piece & adhered to the card.
I tied a bow with the Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding, found 2 small pieces of Crochet Trim that happen to be in the same container as my Ribbon & decided to use them as well. A Glimmer Brad was attached to the middle & finally adhered to the card with Mini Glue Dots.
We hope you will jon us this week for this fun challenge. Head over to Sunny Challenges & Creations to chek out what both Kris & Vicki have created, create your project, post to your blog or on line group & then link back with Mr Linky. We would love to see your creation!