Sharing another stamping idea with you. This time it is a Stamped Shaker Card. I find that shaker cards are so fun to make and fun to play with. Recently I’ve been making my own stencils and I use transparency film. The stash I had run out and I ordered more transparency film. The new film wasn’t the same so I came up with an idea to make a Stamped Shaker Card using the film I couldn’t use for stencils.
Stamped Shaker Card Tutorial Video
Supply List for Stamped Shaker Card.
- Various stamps, Bird from Inkadinkado, Stampabilities Square Block Stamp, Flower Stamp by Rubber Stampede, Postmark Stamp by Inkadinkado.
- Old Dictionary pages
- Cardstock or watercolor paper for card base
- Sewing Machine – optional
- Distress Ink, Vintage Photo, Dusty Concord and Crushed Olive
- Ranger Ink Blending Tool
- Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists, Curious
- Brutus Monroe Detail Ink – Raven
- Word created on Silhouette Cameo 3
- Best Glue Ever by ScraPerfect
- Large No-Clog Writing Cap by ScraPerfect
- Old Food tray or another flat container to spray Tattered Angels onto.
- Heat Tool
- Fiskars Scissors
- Glitter, microbeads, and sequins
- Butterfly confetti
- Perfect Cleaning Cloth by ScraPerfect
Spray Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists – Curious into a food tray or other flat shallow container.
Use the spray as ink for the square stamp.
Stamp on the piece of the dictionary page. I like to rotate the text on book pages, as it gives a different texture in the way things come together.
Ink up the floral stamp with Distress Inks and stamp on the right side of the square image on the dictionary page.
Using Brutus Monroe Detail ink, stamp the bird on the left lower side of the square image.
Stamp the postmark image with Brutus Monroe Ink just above the bird in the top center of the square image.
Adhere the dictionary page to the journal card base. Clean the transparency film using the Best Cleaning Cloth. It helps to remove those fingerprints.
Sew the transparency film to the journal card base on three sides. Leaving an opening to add the shaker items.
Fill with microbeads, glitter, sequins, and confetti. Once all the items are added sew the last side closed.
Adhere the word with ScraPerfects Best Glue Ever once it has had Vintage Photo Distress Ink applied to the edges. Love how fun this Stamped Shaker Card turned out. It is super cute, and I love the way it sounds when you shake the card.
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My hope is that I have inspired you to look at those papers in your stash and make your own junk journal.
Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today to see the Stamped Shaker Card tutorial.