Shaker Birthday Card

Everyone's been making gorgeous fun shaker cards lately, so I thought I'd give it a shot. Well, after two failed attempts, I finally had a shaker card. It only took me two and a half hours to create.

I don't think I'll be making many shaker cards in the future.

But here you are, my first shaker card:


I do love how it turned out. I just don't love how long it took me to get it right.


I stamped, colored, and die cut the strawberries, and then added some different colors of sequins between transparency sheets to make the shaker part.

Here's a quick iPhone video of the card in action.


Have any of you tried a shaker card? Have you found it as hard as I did?

Supply List:

Lawn Fawn Summertime Charm stamp set and coordinating dies
Jillibean Soup Birthday Bisque stamp set
Stamps of Life Banners #2 die set
Impression Obsession bow die
My Mind's Eye Happy Day 6x6 paper pad
Stampin' Up! Pool Party card stock
Memento Tuxedo Black ink
Hero Arts Pale Tomato shadow ink
Copic markers R27, R29, G17
Martha Stewart score board
Big Shot
Fiskars SureCut trimmer
Foam tape
Transparency sheets
Tombox Xtreme Adhesive

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