Happy Happy Birthday Shaker Card


Posted on 25th March 2019 by Vicki Poulton
Filed under Card Making Ideas, Projects And Cards By Type, Happy Birthday Card Ideas

Good Morning.

I have this fun shaker card for you today.

You will need:

You will also need:

  • Bunny Stamps (Mama Elephant)
  • Birthday die (Uniquely Creative)
  • Birthday Greeting (Neat And Tangled)
  • Cover die ( You can use rectangle dies)
  • Gold Embossing Powder (WOW)
  • Prismacolor Pencils
  • Acetate
  • Sequins
  • Versamark ink
  • Heat Gun

Bunny Bday

To start with I made my card base. I trimmed down a piece of Antracite Sirio Colour Card 290gsm to 4 1/8 and scored this at 5 7/8. I then cut down a smaller piece of Grigio Nettuno Linen Effect Card 280gsm and run this through my die cutting machine with a cover die. However you can use rectangle dies to get two windows. I then turned this over and adhered acetate to the back using Anita’s PVA Tacky Glue 60ml. Wait for this to dry and then add Stick it! 3D Foam Tape 9mm around each window. Fill with sequins and peel off the backing tape from the foam tape. Adhere a piece of White Card Hopsack 255gsm to the back and adhere to the card base with Stick it! 3D Foam Tape 9mm.

I then stamped and coloured the bunnies onto some White Card Super Smooth 250gsm and trimmed these out. Adhere to the bottom of the card with some foam tape. Die cut the birthday die using the leftover White Card Super Smooth 250gsm. Adhere this onto the card with some Anita’s PVA Tacky Glue 60ml.

To finish the card off I stamped the Happy Happy greeting onto some Black Plain Card 250gsm and added some gold embossing powder. Heat set this with your heat gun and adhere to the top of the card with some Stick it! 3D Foam Tape 9mm.

Your shaker card is now complete. Feel free to add Easter greetings if you like, I think it would make a great Easter card.

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