I put a Die Cut in a Shaker Card!

I was inspired by a sketch over at showCASe your style and knew I wanted to make a shaker card out of it, but was getting a little board of sequins and thought I'd try out a die cut. The original plan was to make the die cut large enough that it couldn't tip over #fail. I wanted it to shake with the sequins but ultimately ended up gluing it down because it kept flailing everywhere LOL

I used a Spellbinder die to cut the window as well as a matching window in a fun foam backer OH! and I found a GREAT deal on acetate on amazon. Well, Its transparency paper, but the same thing at staples was about 3 times the price (link below).

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I'll be submitted this to the showCASe your style sketch challenge, the Simon Says Stamp: Bright challenge, the Virginia's View Shaker challenge, and the lawnscaping clean and simple challenge.





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7 comments:

  1. Kristina, I love your card, what a creative way to use dies in a shaker card. TFS Traci

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  2. Adorable shaker card! I love the cupcake, it is so cute! Thanks for playing the Lawnscaping Challenge!
    -Samantha

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  3. Super cute shaker card! I love your take on the sketch at showCASe your style. Thank you for joining us.

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  4. Such a gorgeous creation, love the colours that you have chosen, thank you for joining us at Simon Says Challenge this time, hugs Pops x

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  5. what a wicked fun idea!! Thanks so much for joining us along with Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge

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  6. Fun and sweet card!
    Thanks for playing with us at Lawnscaping 
    Hope to see you again next challenge
    Xx Tamara

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