AAA Birthday – Game #9 A Shaker Card and…a Kiwi Accent!

Hi again everyone. This month AAA Birthday has another great challenge to start 2020. I am exicted to begin the new year with not only a Shaker Card but my very first Process Video to boot! Time to create a Shaker Card everyone and I love flat shakers so visit my YouTube Channel and see how I made it. Hop on over to the AAA Birthday blog and see what the Design Team has created and a special welcome to Vita Thai as this months guest designer.

PRODUCTS

  • My Favorite Things Beary Special Birthday (Image), Polar Bear (Sentiments) stamp sets and Blueprints 27 (Tag) die
  • Bristol Smooth Cardstock
  • Sullivans Holo Multi embellishments
  • Alcohol Markers
  • White vellum

Ta Dah…if you want to hear what I sound like, below you will find my very first process video – I hope you enjoy it.

background

  • Ink blended Distress Oxide Inks Salty Ocean and Blueprint Sketch over Bristol Smooth cardstock (4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches).
  • Cut vellum to allow 1/4 inch flaps on all sides (4 3/4 x 6) and score at 1/4 inch.
  • Cut off corners of vellum for easier attaching to background.
  • Place double sided tape along all sides of the back of the ink blended panel and attach three sides to panel, leaving a top opening pocket for addition of shaker elements.
  • Add shaker elements to pocket and seal up last side.

Note: Image was previously coloured so not included in instructions.

sentiment

  • I coloured a piece of cardstock with Copic Marker YR04 to match the bear image.
  • Diecut tag using My Favorite Things Blueprint 27.
  • Stamped sentiment with black Ranger Archival Ink.

Finishing

  • Attach sentiment strip to front of card with dimensional tape, and image with glue dots and glue.
  • Adhere a few of the shaker embellishments to the front of the card with Glossy Accents.
  • Adhere card base to side opening white cardstock with doublesided tape.

I hope you’ve been inspired to create a shaker card and join us in this months challenge.

Thanks for stopping by and have a good day.

Handmade by Pip


5 thoughts on “AAA Birthday – Game #9 A Shaker Card and…a Kiwi Accent!

  1. Oh Pip, what fun, loved your first video. Amazing shaker card, thanks for the tip with using vellum, agree with less bulk specially when posting overseas.

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