Thursday, March 17, 2016

If you're lucky & you know it, shake this card

This is my first time making a shaker card using my new We R Memory Keepers FUSE Tool & plastic sleeves. Wow, it's really quite easy to use and I don't have to mess around with foam tape!

Sorry that the photo isn't great; I took it early St Paddy's Day morning, before tucking it into my husband's work bag. I wanted to make him something special with the shaped glitter I bought as retail therapy during what has been a stressful week. Plus, I always enjoy an excuse to use my "Lucky" stamp set by SP & Company!

I stamped directly onto white cardstock, colored the images with Copics, and cut out the pot with a finger knife. I used Glossy Accents to add glitter & microbeads to the front of the card; I used the same mix for the inside of the shaker. It's backed onto a silvery paper; I inked the edges with a light green ink. I finished the card with some silver elastic string that came with a box of chocolates!

CAS on Sunday #78: Sketch
Cupcake Inspirations #351: Rainbows
Just Us Girls: Shaker Card
Make My Monday: Lucky

Update: This was a Top Pick for MMM's Lucky Challenge!

Thank you for visiting & may your year be filled with good luck!


  1. What a clever shaker card!! I love that pot of gold! busting out to bless who ever gets this great card!


  2. Fun pot of shakin going on at the end of your rainbow! Thanks for joining in at JUGS!

  3. Such a clever way to use the sketch love your take on the challenge. Thanks for joining us over at CAS on sunday.

  4. Love your glittery pot of gold! So glad you were inspired by our Rainbow theme challenge at Cupcake Inspirations!
    Debbie, DT Sweetie

  5. love all that sparkle - thanks for joining us at Cupcake Inspirations

  6. Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at Cupcake Inspirations, good luck!!! Amy DT

  7. I love your CAS style for lucky, perfect for our challenge at Make My Monday, thanks for joining in with us. Caz DT.


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