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Hello My Crafty Friend Shaker Card

Hello, everyone! It’s Siqi today with a full shaker card that features an ink-blending background which coordinate the colors of the sequins I used for this shaker card along with a beautiful die cut sentiment from Kat Scrappiness April release that just came out.

So for my ink-blending panel, I simply used some thin masking tape to mask off a strip pattern on an A2 size cardstock. I chose Distress Oxide ink in Carved Pumpkin, Squeezed Lemonade, and Salty Ocean to do a soft blending look.

I then grabbed a stamp storage pocket from Avery Elle in the size large. I fused around the ink-blending panel inside but leave one side open to put some sequins in it. The sequins I used today is from Kat Scrappiness Sun Kissed Sequins Mix.

After fuse the last side of my shaker card sealed, I used my scissors to trim around the fused edges.

For the sentiment, I chose the new sentiment die from Kat Scrappiness called Scripty “Hello My Crafty Friend” Die. I die cut it with some white cardstock and adhere it down on my shaker card. I then used my shimmer marker to go over the words to add some shine. And the card is finished.

I love shaker cards because you don’t always find it in the store which makes it very special. Remember to use the discount code: Siqi10 to get 10% off you order! Have a great week!

Supply List:

Kat Scrappiness Sun Kissed Sequin Mix

Kat Scrappiness “Hello My Crafty Friend” Die

Avery Elle Stamp & Die Storage Pockets 50/Pkg – Large 5.5″X7.25

Squeezed Lemonade Distress Oxide Ink Pad by Tim Holtz

Carved Pumpkin Distress Oxide Ink Pad by Tim Holtz

Salty Ocean Distress Oxide Ink Pad by Tim Holtz

Inkadinkado Stamping Mask Paper 7″X5″ 12/Pkg

Gina K Designs Cardstock 8.5″X11″ 12/Pkg – White

Ranger Multi Medium Matte .5 oz

Clear Overlay Sparkle Markers by Spectrum Noir – 3pc


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