Hello Everyone! Anna here with three Christmas shaker cards you can quick and easy make using awesome The Ton’s stamp sets and dies.
For the first card I started off by stamping images from amazing Wonderland Print Stamps with Couture Color – Bright Emerald Dye and Couture Color – Plum Wine Dye (two images were stamped with Orchid Crush Dye). The layer with pine branches was stamped with Versamark and heat embossed in Metallic Platinum Glitter. I cut out all images using Wonderland Print Coordinating Dies. To make the background of the shaker, I ink blended Orchid Crush Dye and stamped sentiment in Noir.
I added sequins from Lilac Blossoms Couture Mix and Queen Anne’s Lace Couture Mix into the shaker and assembled the shaker elements together. Lastly, I affixed the shaker to the grey cardstock card base.
To create the second card, I used Christmas Wreath Builder stamp set.
At first, I stamped the wreath with Couture Color – Deep Emerald Dye, Couture Color – Everglade Moss Dye and Couture Color – Aspen Cocoa Dye. Seven pine cones were stamped with Versamark onto kraft cardstock and heat embossed in Glitter Gold. Then, I stamped a bow using Couture Color – Red Sangria Hybrid and Couture Color – Valentine Red Dye. I die cut all images with Christmas Wreath Builder Coordinating Dies. To make the background I used Buildable Woodgrain stamps and Couture Color – Cocoa Collection.
At first, I stamped two snowflakes onto white cardstock with Versamark and heat embossed them in Glitter White. For the shaker I made windows using Blizzard Hugs Coordinating Dies. I put Milky Way Couture Mix and mounted the background panel. Then, I ink blended Cali Blue Dye on a piece of white cardstock and die cut the main snowflake.
I attached it and a smaller white snowflake to the card and embellished my card using a few sequins from Summer Skies Couture Mix and Duck Egg Blue Nuvo Drops. The sentiment was stamped on a stripe of white cardstock and heat embossed in Metallic Platinum Glitter.
That’s all from me today! I hope you enjoyed my cards!
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