To make this Halloween card a little more spooky, I used the Inked Window Shaker Technique! Using a regal ink, I added a little haze to the inside window, and I’ll show you how to below in the video!
Did someone say “tuna?” Sneaky Kitty Shaker Card has three cunning cats checking on an aquarium. Make your own with this tutorial!
Making shaker cards doesn’t have to be difficult! Using the Sea of Textures stamp set from Stampin’ Up, this tutorial shows how easy it can be to create an Octopus Shaker Card with a porthole filled with glitter and fish under the rainbow sea. Other techniques featured include emboss resist, diecutting, and ink blending.
What is better than a halloween shaker card? One that glows in the dark AND has a giant spider web! Check out this tutorial for some great ideas on making your halloween cards interactive!
Having a barbecue party? These red white and blue shaker cards are perfect for Independence Day Invitations. Find the tutorial here.
A Designing Journey to Brilliant Lightbulb Cards. Do I sometimes find myself going down roads that I’m just not feeling? Of course, and I’ll share with you some of those avenues while I worked my way toward two cards I’m happy to share and send.
An iced coffee shaker card for the Coffee Lovers Cardmakers Blog Hop #springsummer2018clh Find more details here about this different kind of shaker card!
Find a craft tutorial here to create an iced coffee cup shaker card! This clear shaker is a style of shaker card that is less common but very easy to create.