Window Shaker Cards

April 17, 2017

Hi there! Today’s video shows how to create window cards easily with interactive dies and an array of colorful sequins and embellishments. If you struggle to create these interactive cards I have a few tips to share along the way that can help make the process easier!

For the first card, I used the Peekaboo Windows dies to create an interactive card that reveals the shaker on the inside. There are a ton of dies in this set, so you can have fun with a bunch of windows! I used the biggest window die to create a little chicken coop on the inside. Then, I quickly colored images from the Birdie Friends stamp set using Copic Markers and adhered them to the inside of the cut-out window.

For both of the cards, I adhered a piece of a large stamp pocket on the back of the window behind the images. I like using the pockets because they are a nice quality thick plastic and I am able to use them in many shaker cards. I added a piece of fun foam to the back with a hole cut out the size of the window opening. This saves money and you don’t have to use up all of your foam tape. Finally, I filled the card with a variety of different sequins (linked below) and sealed off the window with a card base.

For the second example, I used the Stitched Pieces die to create three window openings with faux stitched edges (that I love)! I also stamped and colored images from the Fox Friends stamp set and cut them out using the coordinating dies. To finish off this card, I repeated the same process, but I created three separate openings for colorful sequins to shake around in.

Enjoy the video!

Click HERE to watch in HD on YouTube!

SUPPLIES

All of the supplies used in today’s video are linked below. I am affiliated with Ellen Hutson (EH), Simon Says Stamp (SSS), and Scrapbook.com (SB), so I do get a portion of the profit (with no extra cost to you) this is how I am able to run this blog. Affiliate links used when possible. I appreciate your support!


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3 Comments

  • Reply Kristie Maynard April 18, 2017 at 12:05 am

    Nice job, I love shaker cards and these are adorable. Thanks for sharing them with us.

  • Reply Sharon Field April 18, 2017 at 7:38 pm

    Love the way the colors you used just POP off the pristine white card. Great job. Thanks for the tips and the video.

  • Reply Chris S. April 19, 2017 at 10:24 pm

    Nice cards. I am a big fan of shaker cards. They are a lot of fun. Nice job!

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