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How to Make a Shaker Card

Sea of Textures Stampin' Up!
Hello Friends,

Let's shake thing up!  Today, I'll show you How to Make a Shaker Card.  They are easy to make.  I made this card for my son's upcoming birthday.  It features the Sea of Textures stamp set and the Under the Sea Dies by Stampin' Up!.


How to Make a Shaker Card

How to Make a Shaker Card in 3 Easy Steps

  1. Cut an opening.  I used the Stitched Rectangles Dies to cut my opening in my card front. 
  2. Next, adhere a window sheet behind the opening.  Hint:  Cut your window sheet a little bigger than your opening.
  3. The 3 step is to apply Foam strips are the perimeter of your opening to create a frame and add your shakers before closing the back.

 

Under the Sea Stampin' Up!

I really love all the dies in the Under the Sea Framelit Dies set.  They make it so easy to create an aquatic scene.   I used the Tranquil Textures Sprinkles as my shakers.  
Sea of Textures Stampin' Up!

Stampin' Up! Retirement List to be Announced April 15, 2019. 

Shop Early for the best selection.

Are you poised to jump on the Stampin' Up! Retirement List?  Some things will sell out very quickly once the Retirement List is announced on April 15, 2019.  We already know some of the products that will land on the list.  All of the 2017-2019 In Colors will be sayings their good-byes, including Tranquil Tide.  Any designer paper that includes retiring colors will also get the boot.  That means that the Tranquil Textures Designer Series Paper is a goner because it contains Tranquil Tide. 

Have a fabulous day,

 Newfeichtsiggy


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