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Shaker Card using Cover Die

Hi, BRI friends!
It's Dana here coming back with another Wednesday inspiration. Today, I'd like to share multi shaker card using several Altenew products. Here is what I came up with.


For this card, I freely drew stripes using three colors of Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers to bristol paper. I wiped the brush strokes gently with baby wipe. It tuned out gorgeous watercolor look as shown. I repeated this process total two times. I then die cut one of them using Altenew Watercolor Stripes Cover Die.

Next, I started to create lots of shakers. I prefer foam tapes to make shaker card, but I prepared general clear plastic sleeve and fuse tool from We R Memory Keepers at this time.

I fused plastic sleeve to A2 size firstly and put some clear sequins and fused again it following watercolor stripes of cover die. I adhered this shaker pouch between cover die and another watercolor panel using double sided tape.


I then die cut 'hugs' words from white card stock using Altenew Caps Bold Alphabet Die Set. I applied light pink copic markers around each edges and foam mounted on the cover panel.

I stamped small flower images from Altenew Garden Treasure Stamp Set and colored with Altenew Artist Markers Set A. I fussy cut them using scissors and adhered around alphabet dies.

Sentiment from Altenew Hug Me stamp set is white heat embossed on red card stock. I cut it as shown using paper trimmer and scissors and taped it where I wanted. To finish, I mounted whole panel onto A2 sized white card base.

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I hope you enjoyed this card. Thank you so much for stopping by!

Hugs,

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