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Splendid Rose Shaker

Hello, everyone! Rachel here today with a fun shaker card.


I used the Splendid Roses stamp set and beautiful Pink Champagne and a sprinkling of Moonbeams sequins to create this beauty! I just love how it turned out!

I started by cutting a panel of white cardstock with a die to create the frame and used the internal cut from the die for my rose panel. I stamped my roses on the panel and then colored them in with my Copics (R22, R20, R11, and R00 for the pink and YG99, YG97, and YG95 for the green). I stamped my sentiment in Versamark ink and heat embossed it with some Rose Gold embossing powder. (The Rose Gold is one of my very favorite powders. It looks absolutely amazing!)

I adhered my panel to the center of a card base and then adhered some acetate to the back of my frame. I added two layers of foam tape to the back of the frame (the double layer helps the sequins move freely without getting stuck). I used my powder tool on the inside of the window and around the edges of the foam tape (before I removed the backing) to help keep the static down inside the shaker. Then I added the sequins on top of my roses and carefully adhered my frame over the top.


I only added a few sequins because I wanted the whole picture to be visible when they were at the bottom, but still allow for some fun shaking. The powder tool definitely helped keep the shaking action free and easy!

I hope you enjoyed my card today and hopefully it inspired you to make your own fun shaker! Thanks for joining me!





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