Cabana Time Shaker Card by Alison

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Hi it’s Alison and it’s my turn today to show how I made this shaker card using the Cabana Tiles die from the Catherine Pooler Stamp of Approval Box.

SOA-Cabana-Tiles-Shaker

Process

First I cut a piece of American Craft green card to 5 inches square. I then used the Cabana Tiles die to cut out what would become the apertures.Repeating this on pieces of Bristol Smooth white card and a piece of blue American Crafts card.

 

Then backing the green card with a piece of acetate and then using hexagon from the blue card I stuck these as frames in the apertures of the green piece. Using tombow mono liquid glue to do this, then stuck four of the white hexagons in the spaces on the green card.

 

Diecut & Sentiment

From white Bristol Smooth card diecut a rectangular stitched die and stamping the sentiment and flowers from the Tropically Yours stamp set from the Stamp of Approval box.  I adhered this to a blue card to 5.75 inches square and stick it to a 6 inch square card blank. Lastly, adding a pile of green sequins in the centre of this.

After adhering 3M double sided foam tape around the edges of the green piece, I then mounted this over the pile of sequins and into the blue card.

 

WANT TO FIND THESE PRODUCTS

 

STAMP AND DIE

Catherine Pooler Designs – Cabana Tiles die

Lawn Fawn – Stitched Rectangle die

 

INK

Catherine Pooler Designs – Paradise Found Juniper Mist

 

CARD

Strathmore Bristol Smooth Card

American Crafts Jewel Paper Pad – Dark Blue & Green

Tonic Studios – Heavyweight Acetate

 

EMBELLISHMENTS

Little Things By Lucy – Green Sequin Mix

 

ADHESIVES AND TOOLS

3M Scotch Foam Tape

Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue

Lawn Fawn Acrylic Block

Fiskars A4 Paper Trimmer

Cuttlebug Diecutting Machine & Diecutting C Adapter Plate

 

This is Alison’s last blog post as a Design Team member.  We thank Alison for all the inspiration she shared with us and wish her all the best in the future.

2 Responses

  1. Emma Goddard
    | Reply

    Great card Alison, fab design, love it xx

  2. Gwyneth George
    | Reply

    Great card. It’s a fab shaker card.
    GG

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