Shamrock Shaker Card by Annie
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.
Recollections Brand 110lb Cardstock: White (card base)
Recollections Brand 65lb Cardstock: Green
Darice Brand Twine: Green and White
Let's Get Started!
I gathered all the components to the card.
Along with my Xyron Creative Station Lite and
I start by inking* all the edges of my
*This is optional I used Tsukinneko/Imagine Crafts: StazOn Ink: Shamrock Green.
I set them aside to dry.
Then, I inked the words good luck from the
I then set them aside to dry.
Next, I ran the Rinea Gold/Gold Starstruck Foiled Paper,
the sentiment, and the open shaker components through
Then, I pressed the Rinea Emerald/Emerald Starstruck Foiled Paper onto the solid part of the Creative Embellishments: Shamrock Shaker Set which is the bottom of the shaker. I then trimmed the extra Rinea Emerald/Emerald Starstruck Foiled Paper away leaving the base covered. I did the same thing with one of the open shamrock pieces creating the top of the shamrock.
Next, I pressed the Rinea Gold/Gold Starstruck Foiled Paper onto the green cardstock which is cut to 4-1/4" x 5-1/2.
Then, I adhered to the shamrock base onto the card front panel.
I slid the twin under the stem of the shamrock.
Next, I stacked the open shamrock pieces onto
the base of the Creative Embellishments: Shamrock Shaker Set.
I filled the Creative Embellishments: Shamrock Shaker Set with a mix of
Doodles Paper Playground Sparkle Blend: Gold Rush. Then, I adhered the acetate piece to the shaker. Followed by the top piece of the shamrock. I then tied a bow on the stem and adhered the sentiment in place. Adhered the card front panel to my card base and the card is complete.
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