Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Birthday shaker card and tutorial

Hi there!
Today I have a fun treat to share with you: my first video tutorial!! yay! :D

Some people asked about the shaker card I made for the Lawn Fawn March Inspiration Week so Kelly asked me to make a tutorial and I made a video to show how I make my shaker cards :) If you have a cutting machine, it's SO easy!

Please visit the Lawn Fawn blog to see the video, I hope you enjoy it!
This is the card :)


As I said, it's my first video so please forgive my mistakes, I'm not too confident with my English to speak so I hope that everything is clear enough, if you have any questions, please e-mail me or leave a comment here and I'll try to explain it better :)

Thanks for stopping by and have a great week!!

Supply list:
- Lawn Fawn stamps: "Critters Ever After", "Grand Greetings" and "Bon Voyage"
- Dear Lizzy "Neapolitan" 6x6 paper pad
- Hero Arts stamp: "Grid Pattern"
- Hero Arts mid-tone inks: "Green Hills" and "Bubble Gum"
- Copics
- Beads and sequins
- Sizzix Framelits sircle dies
- Fiskars scalloped border punch
- Hero arts button
- May Arts ribbon
- The Twinery baker's twine
- Thick foam
- Acetate sheet

7 comments:

Chari Moss said...

Super cute! I am going to try the die cut foam trick next time I make a shaker card. And the shaky stuff inside is very cool!

Tami B. said...

This was a really great tutorial and your card is adorable.

Melissa Shea said...

Great video! Thanks for the instructions, I've wondered how to make those shaker cards before! Beautiful card too!

Marie / Legojenta said...

This is such a fabulous video! I love your video-making style =) TFS!

Joe Shien Shien said...

really loves your shaker card, love the idea, the pastel colors... i think i have to make one someday... hugs..

jestar said...

This is the sweetest most darling card ever. Your video was fantastic although it feels too complicated for me ;) I need you here in Oz to show me how to do it! haha XX

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