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Valentine's Day Shaker Card
by Nadine Carlier

Valentines Day Shaker Card by Nadine Carlier

Hello! Nadine here today sharing a Valentine's Day shaker card. Have you all started making your Valentine's Day cards yet?
For my card, I used the Poppystamps Grid Heart Frame cut from white cardstock and the Graceful Heart Frame cut once from white cardstock and once from pink vellum. To adhere the two Graceful Heart Frame layers together, I used my Xyron Creative Station Lite. I then adhered the two layers onto the Grid Heart Frame layer.

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Instead of using acetate to make my shaker card I decided to use some pink vellum behind the Grid Heart Frame. I then added some 3D Foam Tape and for the inside of my shaker, I used the hearts that were cut out from the Grid Heart Frame and some pink seed beads.

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Then I took the big heart that was cut from the Graceful Heart Frame and used one of the stamps from the Poppystamps Valentine's Fun Clear Stamp Set and stamped it with Delicata Pink Shimmer ink.

Valentines Day Shaker Card by Nadine Carlier 2

Valentines Day Shaker Card by Nadine Carlier 2

Thank you so much for stopping by, see you next time!
Nadine

Nadine Floral Signature copy

 

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Comments

Bonita tarjeta,los colores que usaste son de mis favoritos. Felicidades

Lovely shaker and great idea using pink vellum, it's so soft!!

Hi Nadine, This is beautiful, I love the idea you used the pink vellum as your shaker window, it looks so pretty, and the grid heart is one of my favourite die sets.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

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