Monday, December 21, 2015

Snowman Shaker Card

I thought it would be fun to pull out my We R Memory Keepers Photo Sleeve Fuse Tool and make a shaker Christmas card!  To make the shaker element, I just took the My Creative Time Stitched Window Die, lay it onto a page protector, and went around it with the tool.  Before sealing the top, I added a little sequin mix.  Since my card base was cream, I took another piece of white cardstock and inked it up with some Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Stormy Sky for my background scene.  I hand cut a snow bank and made a cute little snowman with the MCT Winter Snowman Dies.

I then used the largest of the MCT Stitched Rectangular Frame Dies, along with the Stitched Window Die to make the front panel out of patterned paper, as well as a layer out of craft foam for added dimension.  I adhered these two together, and then adhered them to the card base with the shaker element sandwiched between.

Lastly, I added the window frame and my sentiment, from the old Warm Holiday Fun Stamp Set.  I stamped it upon a little frame I made by adjusting one of the MCT MORE Stitched Rectangular Dies.

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  1. Your little window scene shaker is adorable! I love the pretty pattern paper too...such a pretty pattern with the flakes. Great job! Merry Christmas to you! Have a wonderful Christmas.
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  2. Aawwwww. Ashanti an adorable a skater card! Love your window scene.....your snowman is so cute!! Great creative job!!
    YOU so ROCK!!

  3. This is AWESOME Katie! What a super CUTE shaker card!!!


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