At the last card club meeting we made a fun shaker tag. But this could easily be converted to a card.
The assemble is a bit tricky but well worth it! I've broken down the steps here for you.
Stamp two complete jars (the body + lid)
Cut out using big shot: One jar with inside cut out and one jar just the outside cut.
Reserve the blank inside of the jar - this will become the sentiment tag.
Stamp the tree on the inside of the jar (this is the back) and Merry on the extra piece that was the inside of the card.
Glue clear window sheet onto wrong side of jar.
Build up the sides of the jar with foam strips. You will want to use as little strips as possible. I started with a strip for the top and the bottom them filled in my sides.
Pour your "snow" into the area built up. Then remove the backing on the foam strips. It's important not expose the adhesive on the strips before pouring in your snow as it will stick to the strips and you want get a good seal.
**Note: It's easy to want to really fill your area with glitter however you need to provide room for the glitter to move. Resist the urge to over fill!
we had at our Thursday evening club card meeting! We experimented with One Sheet Wonder Cards. For those that took advantage of the paper offer in October this would be a great solution to maximize your use of a single sheet of Designer Series Paper. I plan on doing a video however in the meantime I'll post separately on how I cut up the 12 x 12 sheet and the 6 cards I created from it.
I copied the Christmas card (thanks again Pinterest) and the fall card was October's Paper Pumpkin. It's a shaker card and we had a lot of fun making these!
Stay tuned for my next post on the 6 OSW (one sheet wonder) from the DSP (designer series paper)!
Stampin' Up is pre-releasing a framelit set called Stitch from the heart. It's a great set if you won a big shot die machine! Plus they are discounting sets that coordinate with it! Click here for more information!
In my imaginary Red truck I can haul all sorts of Things! I seem to have my hand in many cookie jars these days. This blog allows me to share my creations and life experiences as well as showcase some new endeavors. Come ride with me in my red truck, there is plenty of room!