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Rainbow Shaker Card (Full Card Shaker)

Happy Wednesday, everyone!

For today’s card, I thought it would be fun to create a full card shaker card! There are quite a few full card dies out there these day that would make awesome shaker cards! I decided to use the Full Card Triangle die from Simon Says Stamp.

The shaker piece was made using a Stick-It sheet, a piece of acetate (I used Judikins Embossing Window Plastic), and lots of 3M Foam Tape that I cut into more narrow strips.

All of the sequins are from Pretty Pink Posh. Aren’t those colors yummy? It reminds me of candy. :)

I kept the greeting simple by white heat embossing a greeting from the Sending and Wishing stamp set from Simon Says Stamp on black cardstock.

All in all, I think this was the least frustrating shaker card I’ve ever made! Shaker cards are traditionally very time consuming and can be somewhat daunting, but this one worked up fairly quickly and without a lot of fuss.

NOTE: I only used one layer of foam adhesive because I wanted the sequins to get “stuck” and not move around too much. If you like more free moving sequins, you can double up the foam adhesive. I would recommend folding a long piece of foam tape in half, and then cutting it into the narrow strips. Then you don’t have to cut out as many strips.

I hope you enjoy today’s video!

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Supplies

I often get questions about where to purchase the supplies I use in videos. To make it easier for my blog friends all supplies are listed below! :) The letters below each image are links to stores where you can buy the product. SSS = Simon Says Stamp, SB = Scrapbook. com, AZ = Amazon, etc. Affiliate links used when possible.

The die and stamps used on today’s card were provided by Simon Says Stamp. Thanks, Simon!

 

 

 

 

 

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