Posted on March 26 2020
Hello Crafty Friends - Annie here with a fun and easy Shamrock shaker card.
This month Rinea Design Team is collaborating with Creative Embellishments.
I know you will be inspired by all the wonderful projects the Design Team has created.
If you haven't heard of Creative Embellishments let me tell you a bit about them.
They create laser-cut Chipboard, Wood Veneer, and Stencils. They also have their own brand of Stamps and Flair.
This the card I created using the combined products.
Evaney's Stamps and Dies: Happy Easter Bunny
Evaney's Stamps and Dies: Dig It
Nuvo Glitter Embossing Powder: Silver MoonLight
Recollections Brand 110lb Cardstock: White (card base)
Ms. Sparkle and Co. Ink: Silver Metallic
3M Tacky Glue
Let's Get Started!
I gathered all of my components. I gathered all the components to the card.
Along with my Xyron Creative Station Lite, Ms. Sparkle and Co. Silver ink,
I then ran Rinea Silver/Silver Starstruck Foiled Paper,
Rinea Blush/Blush Starstruck Foiled Paper, my sentiment which is die-cut from Evaney's Stamps and Dies: Happy Easter Bunny
using Rinea Jade/Jade Starstruck Foiled Paper and white cardstock twice.
Then, I inked all the edges of the
Ms. Sparkle and Co. Ink: Silver Metallic - this is optional but I think it gives the bunny a finishing touch. Next, I inked one of the open pieces from
the Creative Embellishments: Bunny Shaker Set with the Ms. Sparkle and Co. Ink: Silver Metallic and then I put some
Nuvo Glitter Embossing Powder: Silver MoonLight and heat set it.
Next, I pressed the Rinea Silver/Silver Starstruck Foiled Paper onto the base of the
Creative Embellishments: Bunny Shaker Set and trimmed away the extra paper.
Then, I adhered the other open pieces to the base of the
and set aside to dry with a stamping block on top.
Next, I adhered to the Rinea Blush/Blush Starstruck Foiled Paper to the card base. Then, I adhered the sentiment word Easter to the bottom left corner and the Bunny base to the right top corner of the card.
Then, I filled the shaker with a mixer of Doodles Paper Playground Sparkle Blends. I then adhered the acetate to the base along with the embossing top.
Next, I adhered the little bunny face to the shaker. I die-cut them from
Evaney's Stamps and Dies: Happy Easter Bunny. I then die-cut a carrot and butterfly from the Evaney's Stamps and Dies: Dig It
I adhered the butterfly to the top left corner and the carrot by the Easter sentiment. I adhered the sentiment Happy just overlapping the bunny using a bit of foam adhesive.
For some finishing touches, I added a few Sparkle Blends
to the butterfly, to the bunny's ear and a few tiny ones by the sentiment.
Now the Happy Easter shaker card is complete!
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