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IG DT "Shaker Card" Challenge by Rhon Marquess

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Shaker Card Challenge


Shakers are fun, aren't they?! I think so. These Halloween shakers would be even more fun if you had Halloween sequins. Shake! Shake! Shake! 😊

Supply List:

MMI Happy Fall  Y'all stamp set

MMI Memory Lane stamp set
MMI Owlton & Owlivia stamp set
Neenah Natural White A2 card & envelope set
Orange textured cardstock cut to 4x5.25" mat
Decorative cardstocks cut to 3.5x4.75" mat + 2.5x2.5"
White cardstock scrap
Orange & bronze sequins
Small white pearls
Acetate or clear plastic
Orange & white twine
Art Glitter Glue
Foam tape-Scotch
Acrylic blocks
Versafine Onyx Black ink
Morocco Memento ink
Orange, Black, Yellow Sharpies
Cutterbee Scissors
Cricut Trimmer
EK 1.75" circle punch

 

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1. Cut cardstocks as listed above

 

2. On scrap white cardstock - stamp, color, & fussy cut owl & sentiment banner
Stamp inside sentiment or right inside page of Neenah card
Use orange Sharpie to add signature to back of card
3. On decorative orange mat, punch hole toward top
Use black Sharpie to make stitch lines as border around hole
Vertically on left side, wrap twine 3x, tie into bow, & secure with AGG under bow
4. Flip mat & glue acetate/plastic to cover hole
Use foam tape to create border around hole
Add pieces of foam tape over rest of the area
Put sequins onto acetate window
Place 2.5x2.5" decorative mat face down onto foam tape, covering window & sequins
5. Use AGG to adhere orange textured mat to front of card
Add AGG to back of shaker mat & adhere to orange mat
Glue owl next to window & sentiment banner under owl
6. Use orange Sharpie to color 3 pearls & glue around owl & window
* Can also use stickers, cut out sentiments, your own cardstock for card base (as I did in extra black & white card)
* For acetate/clear plastic, can use packaging, as well
*Since we're cutting cardstock in quarters to make mats, can make 2-4 cards while we're at it. Some is good, more must be better. 😉


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