(2022 c016) Foiled Sunrise Shaker

I followed Jennifer McGuire’s technique video for Magic Shaker Cards as seen on her Blog in the link.

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I inked the background with Distress Oxide Inks by Ranger. For the clouds I used My Favorite Things Cloud Stencil For the palm trees I found this old stampset from Papertrey Ink called On The Wagon which appears to be discontinued. The first one was stamped directly on the background using Mini Ranger Archival Ink . The second was stamped and cut out with the co-ordinating dies and glued onto the foiled transparency after adding irridescent clear sequins inside.

I taped 2 Hero Arts DI198 Nesting Rectangle Infinity Dies together for cutting the shaker frames. I built up the shaker well by stacking 4 frames and used one more on top of the transparency to seal the shaker.

For the shaker cover I used  3M Transparency Film (which is heat resistant). I foiled the sun rays using Spellbinders Glimmer Burst – Glimmer Hot Foil Kit of the month GOM-APR22 using gold foil.

Challenges Entered:

Papertrey Ink: Create a card using Stencils

Simon Says: (Mon.) Frame It

Simon Says: (Wed.) Bright and Cheerful

Hero Arts: Stay Crafty – By The Sea

Dies-R-Us: Summer Days

My Favorite Things: Sketch 597

5 Comments

  1. beaglefest

    Love your beach scene and those sun rays!

  2. Paola Papili

    So beautiful!

  3. Hi there – fantastic card, but you entered and linked to the Die Cut Divas’ Summer Days challenge, not Dies R Us. If you could, please change the name of the challenge from Dies R Us. 🙂 So glad you joined Die Cut Divas for our Summer challenge.

  4. Great card! The background is lovely and the shaker card is so fun! Thanks for joining us at Die Cut Divas.

    sue n.

  5. Such a lovely shaker and scene! Thanks for playing along with the Stay Crafty Challenge!

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