Christmas Slimline Shaker Card with Catherine Pooler Designs
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The folks over at Catherine Pooler Designs sent me a bunch of goodies for me to play with and when I saw this slimline paper and the Nice List stamp set, I just knew it screamed shaker card.
To get started, I stamped the elves images with the Midnight Ink pad onto Neenah Solar White Cover cardstock. It's one of my favorite white cardstock when doing Copic coloring.
I choose Copic colors that coordinated with the lime green plaid patterned paper. Here are the colors I used .
I decided to use the bright green plaid pattern paper from the Under the Tree slimline pattern paper pack as the front card panel. I created the windows for the shaker bits. I used the Doodle Window Slimline die. This cut out perfectly spaced out circle windows for my elves to be dropping into.
I adhered a piece of clear acetate plastic to the card panel with some liquid glue. Then I adhered my cut out images on top of the clear window sheet.
Next I used some thin flexible 1/8″ double sided foam adhesive to create a well around the clear window. I put a little antistatic powder down to help my sequins move a little more freely in the window.
Next I inserted some super cute and fun North Pole Sequin Mix into the shaker windows. After that I adhered another panel of the pattern paper to the back of the shaker panel.
Then this entire panel was adhered to my card base which measured 8.5″ x 3.5″.
Next I die cutted the word sentiment from the Merry Christmas Word die with some gold mirror card stock. I also die cutted 2 more layers from just basic white card stock and glue these 3 layers together. This gave a little dimension to the sentiment.
Lastly I took some of the sequins from the mix used in the shaker and glued them onto the card panel just to finish off the card and give it some bling.
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