Hi everyone! I am soooo happy with how this shaped shaker card turned out! It was super fun to make, and love the fact it is shaped like a woolen mitten.
Before I’m diving into the cardmaking process, I want to mention we have a challenge running over at Cloud9 Crafts. The theme of this month is “Die Cut Only”. Head over to Instagram to see how you can participate and be eligible to win a prize!
First I stamped the images from Baking Spirits Bright on Perfect Colouring paper and colored them with Copic markers:
- Blues: BG07, BG45, B000
- Pinks: R32, R30
- Greens: YG63, G24, G21, G20
- Browns: E55, E35, E31, E30
- Snowman: C3, C1, BG10, BG0000
After coloring I added a few white details with a white gel pen.
For the shaker part, I die cut the background panel and front panel with the Woolen Mitten die. The set does not come with a piece which can die cut the center to create a window. Luckily I have a scan ‘n cut which I used to cut out the center. On the background panel I then ink blended Distress Oxide Tumbled Glass and also added a few splatters. The base of the mitten I ink Blended with Distress Oxide Broken China.
As I wanted to create a snowy landscape, I die cut 2 hills with a Stitched Hillside die and created snow on top with Cosmic Shimmer Fluffly Stuff Liquid Snow. The back hill I adhered directly on the background, the hill at the front I adhered with foam tape.
Behind the frame I adhered acetate so the sequins cannot go anywhere. The frame itself I also adhered with foam tape, but I doubled that up. Before I closed of the shaker, I first adhered all the images and added the Glacier Sparkletz. Around the frame I added Stickles Frosted Lace for some extra sparkle and snow effect.
As a final touch, I added 3 snowflakes which I die cut out of Pixie Dust sparkle cardstock.
I hope you like this card, and it gave you inspiration. Thank you for stopping by and see you next time!
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