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Thursday, October 27, 2016

Leaf Shaker Card - the October Monthly Craft Kit Project

Sometimes you just like to have someone else do the thinking for you.  I do enjoy the creative aspect of papercrafting, but sometimes I just like to make pretty stuff and I don't want to have to think too hard. That's part of why I like getting Stampin'UP!'s monthly craft kit.

Each month its a surprise: We never know ahead of time what the project will be - sometimes its cards and sometimes its some other paper project. But its always something fun, and how cool is this - the October 2016 project was a Shaker Card!  


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There's 2 Key things to making a Shaker Card
  1. You can use any shape hole . . . this card uses a leaf shape,
    but you need the acetate window sheet to cover the hole and to see through
  2. You can fill the shaker space with any small item . . . this card uses sequins,
    but you need an adhesive with some dimension so they have room to move around
    Stampin'UP!'s Adhesive strips are designed for making Shaker Cards.
Watch this video 
to see how to make a Shaker Card



Here are examples of other Shaker cards I've posted previously.  
Click each picture to see the card in its original post.

     


Stampin'UP! calls these Monthly Craft Kits: Paper Pumpkins. They come in a plain orange box and you turn them into something fabulous.  This is the best of all subscription services
  1. Shipping is included in the $20 a month price
  2. All the supplies are included: paper, stamps, ink, ribbon etc. -  all you need is adhesive
  3. There's no long term commitment - try it a few months and see what you think.
Click Here to Sign-Up for the Monthly Kits


Thanks for Stopping by: Take a minute and browse previous posts. If you see anything you like I'm happy to help you get the product or just to consult and explain further how the project was made . . . its all about having fun with our hobby.

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