Octopus Shaker Card
I created an Octopus Shaker card with the Sea of Textures stamp set. It’s an under the sea wonderland with glitter and a rainbow! Below I’ll show you how to make one, too!
Shaker cards are fun to make, but I know they can be intimidating. Therefore, I decided to create a video tutorial to make it less daunting! I hope it helps you in making some lighthearted cards for someone.
This month I’m hosting the Joy of Sets Tic Tac Toe Challenge. We are made up of a great group of crafters who create fun challenges every month, and hope you join us! To play, just pick a row across, down, or diagonal and create something fun. Here’s the grid I created to play with this month:
In the grid, I included a lot of my favorite card-making techniques, embellishments, and themes. For this reason, it was easy and difficult at the same time to narrow down my choices. Eventually I chose the column on the left: Glitter, Rainbow, and Aquatic.
This is why I love these tic-tac-toe challenges; Although I created the grid with some of my favorite card-making things, I don’t know if I would have ever made a card like this, with a rainbow and an aquatic wonderland, ha ha! But of course I love it! And I hope you try creating a shaker card with me.
See below for how to create this glittery shaker card. The tutorial also includes other techniques, including emboss resist, die-cutting, and ink blending.
Watch this video to learn how to create this octopus shaker card:
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If you are like me and a huge fan of shaker cards, check out these other styles of shakers I’ve created tutorials for: Spiderweb Shaker Card for Halloween, or Red White and Blue Mason Jar for Independence Day, or Iced Coffee Shaker Cards! Click on the images to read one!
When I’m done making a shaker card, there is a sigh of relief. Knowing how nervous I become before I make one and then seeing my creation shaking, with glitter or sequins or fishies is a good feeling. I hope you enjoyed this video tutorial for the Octopus Shaker Card. Please consider subscribing to never miss a new Papercrafting tutorial!