Dec 10, 2018

Thanks Shaker Card

Hi everyone! It's Doni here with a THANKS shaker card. 
 
 
It's always nice to have a thank you card on hand.  I think this one would work for anyone
 depending on what you put on the inside. 

To start cut 2 of the same size frames. Put foam tape on the back of one.
 On the other frame put double sided sticky tape on the back and then attach it
to a piece of clear acetate, then trim off the excess acetate.
Set these aside for the moment and assemble your card front. 
Select pretty papers and cut the center paper the same size as your frames.
Sprinkle a pile of pretty shaker stuff ( beads, sequins, etc.) directly in the center .
Remember to keep them away from the edges.


Next, take the frames you started with and attach the frame with the clear acetate 
to the top of the other frame with adhesive ( making sure that the foam tape is on the bottom).
Now all you have to do is remove the paper from the foam tape and center your frame over the
center panel and your shaker front is done! ...Well, almost... die cut the word thanks 
and add it to the front.  Here's a closer look:

At the moment, this thanks die is out of stock, but you can type thanks in the DSU search bar and find lots of Dies that will work just as well.
Here's another view:

Below, you'll find the list of the dies I used with links to the Dies R Us Store for your convenience.
Doodlebug - Paper Pad - 6 

Memory Box - Dies - Open Studio - Wrapped Stitch Frames 

Lawn Fawn - Scripty Thanks Dies 


  I hope I was able to inspire you to use your dies, create a project and come play along at the Dies R Us Challenge Blog for a chance to win a gift voucher to the Dies R Us Store.  A new challenge begins on the first and fifteenth of every month.  Be sure to Follow Us on Facebook too and don't forget that you will find loads of inspiration on our Pinterest Page.

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                                                                         'till next time,
                                                                               Doni

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