So there are a few more shaker cards that I want to share…
I love how the Santa is bouncing around with all the little beads and stars!
For this holiday season, I have been using all of my old Martha Stewart patterned paper. I love how the patterned paper can be used over and over! Ho ho ho!
- Recipe: Cardstock from Papertrey Ink, Patterned paper from Martha Stewart, Santa stamp from Tiny Treats Papertrey Ink, Liquid Pearls, Sizzix Flip It Die, and Spellbinder.
As a kid, my favorite Christmas treat were those rainbow candy canes…Yum!
For this card, I tried to create that fun-happy-candy feeling! Do you have a tooth ache?
This card just makes me happy because I love mixing all the different patterned papers.
I have a few more holiday shaker cards but for now I will be experimenting with some new techniques for Christmas cards! Christmas shaker card series to be continued!
- Recipe: Card stock from Papertrey Ink, Patterned paper from Martha Stewart, Happy Holidays stamp from Papertrey Ink, Spellbinders, Scottie Bow die cut, and Sizzix Flip It Die.
Run gingerbread man, run! Well, maybe just shake it…
These delightful Christmas Shaker Flip It cards so fun to open and close!
I have fallen in love again with the silver liquid pearls that you see all over the card. I was thinking to try some gold, white and maybe black liquid pearls to see if they are just as cute. I’ve decided if I start making a few Christmas cards on the weekends that come time for Christmas I will have enough to send family and friends! Here’s to cute Christmas cards!
- Recipe: Cardstock from Papertrey Ink, Patterned paper from Lawn Fawn, Gingerbread man stamp from Tiny Treats Papertrey Ink, Liquid Pearls, Sizzix Flip It Die, and Spellbinder.
I can’t tell you how much I am in love with these sizzix flip it dies!
I love them so much I had to buy the circle die cut version so that I could make even more cards! After taking this photo I added a few more details which I will update later but I had to share this little piece of joy!
Here’s the updated version – a friend requested a 50th birthday card and voila:
I just added an extra polka heart and the numbers 50 using grunge board and some distress ink. And for those of you not familiar with the flip it dies – here is the inside of the card where you can write a message:
- Recipe: CS from PTI, birthday stamp from Waltzing Mouse Stamps, Spellbinder, Ek Success heart punch, Tim Holtz distress inks, white gel pen, scrapbook paper.