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Multi-shaker Surprise

Birthday crafting Card making Die cutting How to Papercraft Papercrafter Card Making

There’s something magical about shaker cards and PaperCrafter designer, Colette Smith’s celebratory design is sure to brighten up a loved one’s day, no matter what age or occasion. The shaker element is created by backing apertures with acetate, outlining the shape with 3D foam pads and filling them with embellishments. It’s simply a great excuse to dip into your never-ending stash of sequins, die-cut toppers and glitter. 

Multi-shaker Surprise

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Craft essentials
Dies, stars
Stamp, sentiment
Ink pad, black

1. Die cut three various sized stars from a 10cm x 14cm panel of aqua card

2. Adhere a 9cm x 13cm piece of acetate to the reverse with double-sided tape, ensuring the star apertures are completely covered

3. Cut 2mm deep 3D foam pads in half and adhere to the outlines of each star

4. Cut thin white card strips 2mm wide and glue to the inner side of the 3D foam pads

5. Die cut small stars from lime, orange, pink and aqua card

6. Fill each star aperture with a mix of the small die-cut stars, pearls and sequins

7. Cover the back of the panel with 9.5cm x 13.5cm white card using 3D foam pads

8. Stamp a sentiment onto white card in black ink, trim into a fishtail banner and adhere to the top-left of the greeting

9. Die cut small stars from various coloured card and add to the front along with extra sequins. Layer onto a 10.5cm x 14.5cm top-folding card blan

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