2014-10-09

Jar Full of Thanks (Shaker Card)

Several cyber friends whose blogs I follow have me hooked on Lawn Fawn, Mama Elephant and Lil Inker dies.  I have ordered  the Summertime Set but while I wait for it, I found this very old mason jar stamp....so old that it doesn't come with a name or maker.  It was an individual and not a company.  I love the set called Everyday Jargon; I love the pun sentiments.

Even though I wasn't using the Lawn Fawn dies (which haven't arrived yet), I followed the link HERE to help guide me.  Doodle Pantry has a wonderful set of jars so I will try that set next.

It's been awhile since I have created a shaker card.  With new elements and gadgets popping up on the internet and stores, it's fun to revisit some old fun way of making new interactive cards.

A2 size, clear acetate sheet scrap, sequins, scallop punch, craft foam for jar to shake. twine, copi marker and glitter for jar top

9 comments:

  1. What a lovely way to say thank you :o)
    Jackie xx

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  2. I still haven't made one of these! So many great ideas, so little time. I can't wait to retire - another three years for me :(

    This is so pretty! Love the yellow and green together.

    Evelyn

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  3. You are really rockin those shaker cards! Love this one too!

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  4. What a FUN card for someone to receive! I have yet to make a shaker card, but you give me great inspiration! I also love the green and yellow!

    Brenda

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  5. I love shaker cards, Cely, and can you believe I've never made one? I guess I need to be inspired and maybe this one will do it.l :-D

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  6. So cute! What a great way to use stamps on hand.

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  7. I finally get around to making a round shaker card and here you go, making a Ball jar shaker card! And an adorable one at that!

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  8. So CUTE!! I love that you've made the jar a shaker!! ;) HUGS

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