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Maymay Made It — Shaker Card

IG Alumni DT Project Created by Joylita D'Souza

Posted by Tracy Dennis on

IG Alumni DT Project Created by Joylita D'Souza

For this week’s project at Maymay Made it, I made a Hexagon shaped shaker card using the Bee’s Knees Stamp Set by Maymay Made It and the Double Stitched Hexagon Die Set by Gina Marie. I started by cutting a piece of Canson Xl paper and Acetate using the largest die from the Double Stitched Hexagon Die Set. Next, I cut the frame by layering the first and second largest die from the same set. Then, I coloured the cardstock panels with a mini ink blending tool using Canary, Marigold and Orange VersaColor Pigment Inks. After that, I used the...

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Snowflake Vellum Shaker Card

Posted by Lisa Wise on

Snowflake Vellum Shaker Card

As part of our Christmas in July background challenge, I was inspired by a recent video by Maymay, where she stamped and then colored on the back of vellum. This mutes the colors and gives a stained glass affect. I also wanted to create a shaker card, but adhesive is so difficult to hide when working with vellum, hence the sewing. Full disclosure, I cannot sew (unless you count cross stitch). So my mother finished up my vision just beautifully.   Click "YouTube" on the bottom right of the video and that you take you to my YouTube channel. I...

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Magic Color Slider Card MEETS Shaker Card!

Posted by Georgia Carl on

Magic Color Slider Card MEETS Shaker Card!

I love both magic color slider cards and shaker cards, so I wanted to bring the two together for one awesome card. This fall inspired card uses Maymay’s “Memory Lane” Stamp set and Melody Lane Designs Holly Digital paper. I also used Brutus Monroe Masking Paper. This would make a great fall birthday card for the man in your life. The card basics to cut are listed below. You can see how to make this card in my youtube video. However, while putting this one together, there were some mistakes. I decided to leave them in, both to show we...

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