Pink Shaker Birthday Card
I made another shaker card similar to the snowman shaker thank you card I made last week. Again, I used the recessed window technique Theresa Momber shows HERE. Instead of leaving it open as she suggests, I added some beads and sequins, covered the recessed window with acetate, added a cover frame, and used a few pop dots to adhere it to the card base.
The stamp I used is from the Stampin’ Up “Simple Wishes” set. I stamped it with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on white card stock and then added color with Copic Markers V17 and V12. I used the Spellbinders Classic Squares Large dies to create the recessed window, the image panel, the cover frame and the glitter border frame. While the focal panel was still in the die, I lightly sponged the edges with Tim Holtz Milled Lavender Distress Ink. The pink printed paper is Recollections Lavender Lines, and the glitter paper is Recollections Foil Paper. The pink and silver yarn is by Martha Stewart, and the button is American Craft.
I don’t usually use pink or so much glitz, but once I got going, I really had fun with this!
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2 thoughts on “Pink Shaker Birthday Card”
What a neat shaker card. It seems everyone is making them these days! Maybe I will have to get on the band wagon and try a few too! Yours is wonderful!
I love the recessed window look and the beads enhance the effect! Really nice color theme.