Shaker cards are cute. Who doesn’t love to give the card a little shake and see the confetti fly?
Traditional shaker cards require foam strips, window sheets and layers positioned in a way so that the confetti is sandwiched within the right layers, allowing it to shake. Although I can appreciate the customization of the shape of the window, it does have a number of steps.
My friend Jamie recently pointed out a sample in the Stampin’ Up! Occasions catalogue that changed the way I think about shaker cards!
The sample inspired me to try out this EASY shaker card to give to a friend of mine who recently got a promotion:
Check out my video to see how it’s made:
So incredibly easy!
Here are the products I used to make these cards. Canadians can purchase these, and other Stampin’ Up! products on my online store by clicking on the links below each product.
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