Stamped Shaker Cards

– [Jennifer] Hi there, and welcome. This is Jennifer McGuire. I often like to grab a bunch of stamps that I’ve been wanting to use, and sit down and make a
bunch of cards at once. What I usually do is pick one technique and use them on all of the cards, because it makes it go faster, and I just seem to kind
of get in a rhythm. That’s what I did today. I decided to take a bunch of
stamps and coordinating dies, and make stamped shaker cards. Now I know shaker cards have
been done in videos many times, but I kind of have a
fresh spin on it today where the card’s focus
is the stamped image, and the shaker part is just
kind of an embellishment. I have lots of tips and
tricks for you along the way, along with many examples. The best part is this technique works with so many different
stamps and coordinating dies. So, hopefully, you have
something on hand already that you can use. Okay, let’s start with this example first. It’s pretty simple, and then we’ll do some more stepped up examples along the way. I am super excited about this card, because it features a new
stamp set from Paper Smooches called So Fairy Cute. The reason I’m excited is Paper Smooches has always been a
favorite company of mine, and they had actually taken some time off from coming out with new products, and this is their first
release and they’re back at it. So, each month they’ll have new designs. So, I stamped that adorable
fairy from the stamp set, and colored it in, and also added some gold
pen and some shimmer to it, just so it has lots of sparkle. This was one of those cases where I stamped a bunch of things and took my markers with me, and Lila and I spent a
afternoon coloring together. So then I came back and
turned them all into cards. On the right I have a
piece of white cardstock that’s slightly smaller
than our final notecard. So, this is cut to four inches by 5 1/4. I’ve got my coordinating die, and I’m positioning it
onto that white cardstock, and then I’m going to run it
through my die cut machine. You could use any die cut machine here. Okay, now that we have
our front panel ready, it’s time to create some
dimension behind that so we can do a shaker window. I like to use white craft foam for this. It has nice dimension. It’s inexpensive and it die cuts easily. But, before I die cut it, I’m putting a Stick It,
double-sided adhesive on both sides of the craft foam in the area in which we will die cut. I like using this double-sided adhesive, because it’s super thin. So I will actually be able to die cut through the two layers of adhesive and the craft foam with no problem. Now, I need to know where to die cut here. This is gonna go right behind that panel that we just die cut a moment ago. So, what I’m gonna do is position this right behind our white panel. So I’ll flip it over and
make sure it’s centered. You can see the craft foam is slightly smaller than the white panel. I’m gonna hold it there, and put little marks on the
edge of the die cut window. That way, when I remove this white panel, I can take my die and line it
up with those little marks, and run that through my die cut machine. I tested this out with
different machines that I have, and all the machines were able
to cut through these layers. By the way, there is craft foam out there that already has adhesive on it. I don’t like that as much, because the adhesive is thicker, so it doesn’t die cut as well. I find that using Stick
It double-sided adhesive gives better results. Okay, so now the leftover piece
is this die cut shape here that’s craft foam with
the double-sided adhesive on both sides. I’m not gonna use this today, but I’m gonna save it, because I can use this behind another of the fairy image
die cuts for another card. So, keep that in mind. You don’t want that to go to waste. We’re gonna use the
negative space for today. And by the way, you may have noticed I
stamped thanks fairy much onto thee white panel there
up at the top of the screen. I have all of my pieces ready
to assemble the shaker card. I found this is the
easiest way to do this. I removed the release paper
from the back of my craft foam, and I’m lining it up
around my stamped image. So, you can see that the image shows through that craft foam perfectly. We’re gonna create a shaker window perfectly designed for this stamped image. Okay, next, what I like
to do is take bone folder, and really press that in place. Stick It double-sided adhesive sticks best when you press it down. Next, I like to take an
anti-static powder bag, kind of rub it along the inside edge, just in case any of that
adhesive is exposed. That way when we put our confetti in, it doesn’t stick to that adhesive. For this first example, I’m using Tonic nuvo confetti, and you don’t wanna use a lot here. If you use too much you end up covering too much of your image up. You just want this to be an embellishment, not the focal point. We want the focal point to
be on that stamped image. So, I put a little bit of the clear in, and then just a very
few of the silver stars. Made sure that stayed on top of the image inside of the die cut area. I’m carefully removing the release paper, and now I have a piece of acetate ready. I like to use Hero Arts acetate. They sell notecards and I cut it down. The reason I use their acetate is it’s perfectly clear and it’s thick, but you could definitely use any like recycled packaging that’s clear. That would work fine too. I press that on to the exposed adhesive making sure that all my little
confetti stays in the center. Then I’ll take my bone
folder and press that down, so that the Stick It adhesive
holds onto the acetate. Now, our last thing to add
on here is our die cut panel that we created for the front. Now, you could use many
different ways of adhering this, and I’ll show you some other examples throughout this video. This time I used double-sided
tape from Be Creative, and I put it around that
die cut opening on the back. Then around the outside
edges of the craft foam, I’m using some Gina K Connect Glue that’s so fast to apply
and takes a lot less time than the double-sided tape, and it works great with the craft foam. Okay, so now I can
position this right over lining up that white die cut panel with the craft foam panel below. The last thing we have to
do is to add this to a card. I decided to use this Sunny
Studio Pastel Gingham Paper on the background of our notecard. So, a little bit of this patterned paper shows around the edge. I thought that was a fun way to add a little bit of
interest to this simple card, but not be too distracting. So, I have a 4 1/4 by 5
1/2 inch white notecard, and I’m covering the front
with the pink pattern paper. Then I will put glue on the
back of our shaker panel and add that right to the center. This card took very little
bit of time to make. It was pretty quick to pull together, and you can see how just a
little bit of sparkle in there really adds a lot to
that little fairy image, and I just think that
sentiment is so much fun. So, this would work with any stamps that you have coordinating dies for. If you don’t have coordinating dies, you can try to cut your own window by hand with a craft knife. But another option is to just die cut a circle or oval around it and create a shaker window that way. Okay, my next example
uses the same stamp set, but this time I stepped
it up a little bit, by incorporating an embossing
folder for the background. I again stamped my image and colored it. I have a piece of pool cardstock. Actually, this is Simon Says
Stamp Sea Glass cardstock. It’s cut to four inches by 5 1/4, and I die cut that image
from the front of it. Underneath that I will stamp
my sentiment with black ink. You wanna make sure to
stamp your sentiment first before using an embossing folder. It’s hard to stamp on the texture that an embossing folder gives. I’m using the Sunny Studio
Sunburst Embossing Folder, and after that ink is completely dry, I’ll put this into the folder, and then I’ll run it
through my die cut machine. For the Gemini Junior,
I use a cutting plate, then the magnetic shim,
then our embossing folder, and another cutting plate on top. Each die cut machine is different, but the instructions always
say what sandwich you need to use for an embossing folder. Next I have my craft foam, and I’ve already put the
Stick It double-sided adhesive on both sides. I’m holding my panel over it, and I’ll use my pen to make marks at the edge of the die cut window. This will help me figure
out where to position my die when I go to die cut the craft foam. So, I’m very easily
able to line up the die with those little pen marks. I’ll temporarily tape that in place and run it through my machine. Remember that the shaped piece that we don’t use for our shaker card, we can save for another example. Now, the glitter I’m putting
in this is very fine, so I really wanna make sure that I use my anti-static powder tool along the inside edge of the craft foam, just in case any of that
adhesive is exposed. But I’ll be honest, I really don’t worry about it if some of the little shaker bits in the inside of the
window stick to the edges. It helps to kind of spread
things around within the window, but I know it bothers some people, so using the anti-static
powder tool is very helpful. So, I removed the release paper from the back of our craft foam, and I positioned it
over the stamped image. Now it’s time to add some
of our fun little goodies into the inside of this. This time I used the
Lucy’s Cards Fairy Dust. This has some larger circles, and then some tiny, little glitters in it, and it’s perfect for a shaker card, because it’s iridescence so
it’s got lots of sparkle. I then removed the release paper from the top of our craft foam making sure that all those
bits stayed on the inside. Then I quickly added a
piece of acetate on top. That way, everything is trapped inside of that little shaker window. I think the iridescent
look of this confetti is really fun with this little fairy bear. So, I press the acetate
onto that Stick It adhesive, and now it’s time to add the
front panel to this also. I put adhesive on the back of the panel and then lined it up with
the craft foam opening. I added all of that to a 4 1/4
by 5 1/2 inch white notecard, and then I also stamped
on the matching envelope. You can see how the
shaker pieces in there, you know, add a little bit
of interest to the image, but it doesn’t block the image, so you can still see through them, and see that it’s a cute,
little bear fairy under there. But, that sparkle really adds
interest to this simple card. I also think using an embossing
folder for the panel on top adds something fun to it, especially this one that
kind of draws you in towards the center of the card. Time for another example. Now, this one shows that you can even use elaborate shaped stamped images
and dies for this technique. The image I’m using is from this My Favorite Things Birth-Yay Stamp Set, and the coordinating dies. You can see all the
adorable images in this one. I couldn’t get over how cute
that one on the right is, so I thought it’d be
perfect for today’s example. I stamped him and colored him
and trimmed him down a bit, and now I want to add the word, celebrate. Now, this celebrate stamp
was a longer sentiment, and I just cut the other words off, so I could have celebrate by itself. I know cutting stamps
is scary to some people, but I promise it’s okay. I can still arrange the stamps how they were originally intended, but this gives me more
use of my sentiments. I thought it was fun to put the sentiment on the stamped image itself, so that we don’t have to add
it to the front of our card. Just for a little bit of a change. So, I went ahead offscreen, and I created my die cut craft foam panel, and I added that around our stamped image. Doing everything like I
did earlier in this video. I’m also putting in some clear
iridescent stars and circles. I like using clear for these, because it doesn’t
block the stamped image. You can still see through them. Once I have those added, I’m putting my acetate piece on top. Now, I will say when using a stamped image for a shaker window, it is best to put less
in your shaker window. So, less of your little
gems or sequins or whatever, because you don’t want
to distract too much from your stamped image. Next, I have a piece of pattern paper. It’s a light gray plaid that I went ahead and I cut and die cut
to go right over this. I thought it’d be fun to
use some pattern paper around the shaker window
just for something different. I’m putting adhesive on the back, and adding that to a 4 1/4
by 5 1/2 inch notecard, but I also added a
little bit of a red matt to the back of our shaker window. When I put the gray
onto the white notecard, it just seemed a little lost, so by adding this tiny
bit of red matt behind it, I’m able to make the card pop a bit more. So, this shows that you
can even use pattern papers or any kind of background that you create for that front die cut panel
on your stamp shaker window. Also, you can see these cards
come together pretty quickly. Once you have your
stamped image ready to go, then really pulling the
rest of the card together doesn’t take up too much time. Okay, I’m rally excited
about this next example, because this stamp set that I use was one that I saw at the big craft show, and it was my favorite
stamp set of anything I saw. I think it’s so clever and unique. This is the Avery Elle
Phonomenal Stamp Set. I’m a bit fan of pho and I
think these images are cute, and the sentiments are so clever. Like the one that says, Friends Phoever, Have A Souper Birthday,
Have A Phonomenal Day. Just a clever set to create
some fun, happy cards with. So, I went ahead and I
have some craft foam here. This time I’m not using Stick It adhesive. I wanted to show you how to do this if you don’t have that product. But, I do have a piece
of white craft foam, and I’m die cutting through it just like I did on the front white panel. So, this time we’re gonna
use a different adhesive, because I’m putting in here bigger bits. I’m not putting tiny,
little glitter pieces. I’m putting bigger shaker elements. I’m just using liquid adhesive to glue my craft foam
over my stamped image. I don’t have to worry about anything kind of creeping under the craft foam. So, it’s okay if the
adhesive isn’t all the way to the edge of the craft foam. This time I’m using Honey Bee Clay Hearts. They make these in a
bunch of different colors. I like the white and the
light pink quite a bit, and I put a few of these in here. These are thicker than
sequins or anything else. They’re absolutely adorable. Now, on top of this, I’m
using some double-sided tape. I originally thought
that the liquid adhesive wouldn’t hold the acetate, but later I tried it and it does work. But, here I’m using the double-sided tape to add the acetate piece
over our shaker window. Now I have the front cardstock piece. This is the white cardstock
that has the die cut. I’m using Gina K Amalgam Whisper Ink. This is a super light gray ink, and I’m using that to stamp the little steam coming off the top. Then using black ink
to stamp our sentiment. So, now all we have to
do is glue this together. So, I have some double-sided
tape on the acetate here. Then I’m going to use liquid adhesive on the craft foam up there. Again, I’m mixing adhesives here, but later I do find out that
you could stick with one. So, I add the front panel, and then I have the little chopsticks. I colored them and cut them out by hand, and I’m adding them so they
hang over the shaker window. So, keep in mind, you don’t
have to keep the card simple, and just have the shaker window. You can add other die
cuts on the front of it, and have the shaker window behind it. So, here you can see how those
little hearts add some fun to a pretty simple card. And also, because this image is big, and I just used a few of those
little embellishments inside, I don’t cover up the image too much. So, the key here is to make sure you just put a little bit of
the shaker bits in the inside, so that your image shows through. Okay, here is another
example using a bigger image. This is a beautiful stamp set that I bought actually for Lila to use, but I just had to use it myself. It’s the InkOn3 Magical Unicorn Stamp Set. I thought this unicorn would
be so much fun to color, and then add some sparkly shakers on top. So, I stamped and colored my image, and I also die cut with a coordinating die from some white craft foam, and I used Gina K Connect
Glue to adhere it. Now I’m taking some Pretty
Pink Posh Clear Confetti. These are great because
you can see through them, but they add a ton of
sparkle and they’re bigger, which I thought would be
fun for this bigger image. So, once I have some of those sequins onto the image, not too many, I’m using my Gina K
Connect Liquid Adhesive to go around the image on the craft foam, and I’m laying my acetate on top of that. I was concerned that this wouldn’t hold, but it held just fine. So, that’s a fast,
inexpensive adhesive option when creating shaker windows. This card took surprisingly little time. Now, I had already die cut my white panel for the front of my card, and put double-sided tape on the back. I could’ve used the liquid
adhesive again here, but I have already done it
so I just stuck with it, and added that to the front of the card, and you can see I added a
sentiment on the bottom of that. I glued that all onto a 4 1/4
by 5 1/2 inch gray notecard. And this card, pretty simple, but you have the fun interest, because of the little sequins that move around and add sparkle
to our fun unicorn image. Okay, my next example shows how you can even use a stamped background around your shaker window, and also shows another option of goodies that you can
put inside the window. For this one I’m using the Mama Elephant Heart
In Bloom Stamp Set. I really thought this image
was beautiful and fun to color, and there are different sentiments that you can put along that banner, or you can use any sentiment
you may already have. I stamped and colored the image, and I white heat embossed
a sentiment on it, and I did that offscreen along with creating the die cut craft foam that will go around the shaker window. Now, I did put Stick It
adhesive on both sides of my craft foam before I die cut it, like I did in my earlier examples, but all of these different
adhesive options would work. This time I’m putting clear gemstones inside of my shaker window, and I ended up really liking this option. This was one of my favorites. They don’t get stuck in the
little nooks and crannies of your die cut window, and you can see through them and they just catch the light beautifully. So, you could even use
gemstones or clear beads for the shaker goodies
for these type of windows. So, I’m putting my acetate on top, and then I have a panel created with the same die cut where I stamped the Altenew Dainty Swiss
Dots background stamp. I just stamped it with Whisper Ink from Gina K on Whisper
cardstock from Gina K, and by using that little bit
of stamping on the background, I add some interest to the card, but the focus still stays on that image inside of the shaker window. I really like how these
gems catch the light. However, I know not
everybody loves shaker cards. You could definitely do the same design, and leave out the shaker goodies, and basically just have
this fun setback image with the shiny acetate on top. Okay, my next example is a pretty quick one to pull together, and I showed how to add
a little bit of color around your shaker window. This time I’m using the Mama Elephant Flying
With Friends Stamp Set. Such a cute set. I stamped the elephant and
mouse with the balloon, and then I colored it and added the you’re the best
sentiment to the balloon. So again, I’m incorporating the sentiment into our stamped image, so I don’t have to stamp it
onto the background panel on the front of our card. Since I’m using tiny
glitter pieces on this one, I covered my craft foam
with Stick It adhesive on the front and the
back before die cutting. So, I positioned that
over our stamped image, and I’m trimming off the excess. Notice that my Stick It
adhesive is smaller on this. It doesn’t cover the whole craft sheet. That’s just a way of me
conserving my Stick It adhesive, and only having it in the area
where I did the die cutting. So, now I’m adding some
little clear sequins inside of the opening, carefully removing the top release paper, and laying our acetate over it. Before I add my die cut
white panel on the top, I decided to add a little bit of blue, like a haze of blue, around the opening, and I did this with my
Altenew Sea Breeze Blue ink, which is one of my favorites for skies, and my Picket Fence Life Changing brushes. Brushes like this are a great way to add a light color to your background. I start with my brush in the opening, and just work in circles
around the opening, and you would be amazed how easy it is to create this soft look of color. It really makes the shaker
window stand out more, because the rest of the front of the card is just plain white. Now I added that onto
a 4 1/4 by 5 1/2 inch light gray notecard, and I also glued a few clear
gemstones onto the front, just to kind of draw
attention to the image and the shiny bits that are inside. Now, there are a lot of small
areas and small openings in the shaker window, so I was sure to use confetti in there that was small enough
to move around freely. Okay, my last example for
you today steps it up a bit. This time I have a stamped shaker window, but then I also added a
die cut word shaker window, and surprisingly it’s easy to do. I’m using the Sunny Studio
Love Monkey Stamp Set. I stamped that little
monkey on the top there with the heart-shaped balloons, and I colored them on white cardstock. For the front panel of my card, I decided to use craft cardstock, and I white heat embossed that Altenew Swiss Dots Stamp Set on it. So, basically I’m just creating my own pattern paper for the background. So, I’ve taped my die into place, and I’ll run it through my die cut machine just like I’ve done with
all of my other examples. But, this time I’m also
going to do a die cut word that will go next to that opening. I’m using the Birch Press
Sugar Script Hello Die. This is one that I’ve used
many, many times in videos. It’s just a go to die that seems to work with a variety style of cards. After die cutting that, I’m keeping the word, hello, in the die, because the center of the E and the O, we’re gonna need to add later. Offscreen I went ahead and covered both sides of my craft foam with the Stick It double-sided adhesive. I just thought that option would be the easiest for this design. After tracing the monkey shape and the hello onto the craft foam, I’m lining up the monkey die, and running that through my machine. I’m not die cutting the word, hello. Instead, I’m going to cut a
rectangle from the craft foam in the area where that hello die will be. The reason I’m doing this is if we would’ve used the hello die, to die cut from the craft foam, the little shaker bits
wouldn’t have enough room to get around those tiny
areas in the word, hello. So, by having a larger opening behind it, the shaker bits can move around better. It works out really well. Now, from the back of this, I’m removing the release paper, and then I will line up
the stamped monkey image over on the right side, and then I’ll just take a
piece of white cardstock and put it behind that rectangle opening. I end up changing this later, but I wanted to show you
that I originally started out by putting white cardstock behind that. Even a scrap piece of
white cardstock works. Okay, so now I’m adding some little, these are like teeny,
tiny, little, clear beads. I’m not sure where I got them, but I added some to it. You can get tiny, clear
beads just about anywhere. I put those into the openings, remove the release paper from the top, and then I will add a piece of acetate that is big enough to
cover all of this opening. Now again, be sure to keep
acetate that you don’t need, and use that for shaker windows. Any kind of thick acetate would work. So, I’m pressing that
down with my bone folder, and then I will put liquid adhesive, the Gina K Liquid Adhesive, on the back of our front panel. I thought liquid adhesive
would be a good option here, because I can get into
the nooks and crannies of that hello word. Another option would’ve been
to put double-sided adhesive on the back of this panel
before we die cut it, but I didn’t think about it at the time. Now, at this point, I need to add the center
of the E and the O onto our acetate, so I put glue on the back
of those little pieces. I line the die up with the opening, and then I take a craft pick, and poke through the holes
on the back of the die. This pushes the E center and
the O center onto the acetate, so that when I remove the die, they’re perfectly positioned
on that acetate piece. Now, at this point, I thought, oh that hello is kind of washed out. It doesn’t stand out much. I think the white paper
behind it gets lost with the white dots on
the front of the card, so I changed gears. This is something I do often, but I usually edit it out
to save time in videos, but I wanted to say it’s okay
to change gears as you go. So, I just carefully removed the white, and added black cardstock, and I felt that stood out much better. Now, I’m putting liquid
adhesive on the back of this, and adding it to a 4 1/4 by
5 1/2 inch white notecard. I really feel those clear
gems are great inside of here, and it’s fun that you can see them inside of the hello die cut also. So, look through your stash, and see what images you have
with the coordinating dies that you could use for shaker windows, and also, look at your other shapes, like this hello die cut, that you can create a
shaker window from too. I used lots of supplies
in this video, sorry. I really wanted to use
a lot of these sets, and this was a great opportunity, and I link them all to
multiple sources below in my YouTube description, and also be sure to go to my blog. I always have so much
more information there that might be helpful. I also link to a couple of other shaker window card videos here. They’re a little more unique
than the typical shaker cards, so you might learn a thing or
two if you wanna watch those. As always, I appreciate
the time you spend with me. We’ll see you soon, and
have a wonderful weekend.

  1. Oh my! Love it! And I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw you used pattern paper lol! I don’t remember the last time you used pattern paper you didn’t make it yourself. 👍🏼

  2. As always, wonderful cards and ideas. Don't know how you come up with so many new ideas, but I'm glad you do!

  3. Pronounced “fuh” according to all the Asian members of my family. Servers will forgive the “foe” pronunciation and give a little giggle at those of us in the “foe” camp! Terrific technique that I haven’t seen before; many thanks for your talents!

  4. Oh these cards are SO cute! I love the inset window technique, and look forward to making some cards soon. Thanks for the great information!

  5. Thank you, Jennifer, for a new way to put a shaker card together. Really cute cards. I especially loved the Unicorn.

  6. I just love this idea! And thank you for not editing out the change of course with the backer paper behind the hello, I get frustrated and don’t always know how to get myself out of it and just trash the card! So thanks for showing the save and all your hard work, it’s greatly appreciated! Have a wonderfully blessed creative day! Sheryl

  7. Very informative, very clearly spoken. You come across with instructions anyone would understand. Great job, beautiful work.

  8. Beautiful cards as always. I know the Gemini jr is your new go to… I have the large one. How do I keep the plates and magnetic shim from warping after 2 months I have had to replace the magnetic shim and top plate. I’m so disappointed, but maybe it is user error. Thanks

  9. So so cute… my favorite is the Paper Smooches 'So Fairy Cute'. As always thanks so much for sharing you time and talent.

  10. I’m so in love with this updated shaker card, I have been in such a card slump lately, I can’t wait to try this, thanks you Jennifer for always being amazing!!

  11. Oh, I love love love the unicorn! Also the larger shaker area behind the word makes so much sense! Thank you, Jennifer! Brilliant as always!

  12. Yes! Love using those Dies for another technique. Thanks to your little active brain we sure do get lots of inspiration!!!

  13. How funny… I just did a blog that I'm posting on Thursday using this same technique! It's like we're connected. LOL Love what you did!

  14. As always, I learned something new and I can't wait to try this technique. Thanks for always bringing new and unique cards.

  15. I had made a birthday cake shaker card like these for one of my best friends, I LOVE these cards Jennifer!!! Thanks so very much for your time & creativity!!! HUGS!!!

  16. Hi Jennifer! These are all adorable, but the pho is the best! I finally finished my daughter's wedding card. Last night it took me an hour to make one mat. I tried to use velvet but could not find any liquid glue. sigh So, I used glue dots. Do not do this! Lol!
    I changed a lot of years today. 😅

  17. That unicorn is adorable!!!! It's the perfect unicorn to have in your stash. Great for adults and kids!!!!

  18. Do you use markers, watercolor pencils or just stamps for your vibrant colors. Just love the details in your stamping.

  19. Thank you Jennifer. What a lovely video. Enjoyed the techniques and new stamps. I love the Pho stamp set from Avery Elle. BTW, one Asian tradition that I thought you might find interesting is that Asians do not place the chopsticks vertically in a bowl. It is usually laid horizontally on top of the bowl, if not horizontally, even at an angle. If a bowl has an upright pair of chopsticks, it is meant as an offering. Chopsticks are to lay flat or at an angle (like 45 degrees) in the bowl. Just an interesting culture etiquette. If you google vertical chopstick especially in Japanese culture, you will find what it means….. Cheers………. xoxo

  20. Your tutorials are fabulous. Thank you so much for always sharing them on YouTube. I love this technique for making shaker cards.

  21. I love shakers and use several of these techniques in my mini albums! Good to see we think alike!! The difference being I don't have all those awesome stamps and sparkly beads, so I use what I have on hand. The PHO stamp is amazing!!!

  22. So love the ideas!!! I did giggle at how long the star confetti stayed in your hand! Can’t wait to try this!!

  23. Con o sin shaker, 💗 hermosas ideas!!
    [🤔 La plancha gruesa (yo) debiera reemplazarla con cartón… porque en Argentina está todo carísimo.]
    💗 Super!! 😉 Gracias por enseñar!!

  24. Another amazing tutorial! Thank you, Jennifer!!! Just to let anyone know, though…I followed the link for the unicorn stamp set and the stamp set is currently out of stock. The coordinating die set is available, though. There is an option to have them notify you once it's back in stock. That's what I did because WOW I need that set in my life! LOL

  25. Hello Jennifer! It is a rainy Tuesday here in Arizona. I am laying in bed sick with pneumonia and a sinus infection, enjoying watching this video. These shaker window cards really spoke to me today! I love love love 💕 this idea. It’s really a great way to incorporate two fun design ideas and bring them together to make colorful cards that pop and make them interactive! You videos Jennifer, never fail to inspire me and put a smile in my heart. Thank you for all you do for your devoted subscribers! Most sincerely, Katz Baugh

  26. You are such a creative inspiration. You're very gifted with your talent. I enjoy your calm maner. THANK YOU!

  27. It’s nice that you show it’s ok to change your mind mid design and that you are not afraid to share your imperfections and reality it happens very refreshing ! As always beautiful cards and excellent ideas 💡

  28. My favorite is the elephant with the balloon. Love the blue ink technique around the outline-perfect! These are great! 🙂💗

  29. Oh so cute. If I missed it I'm sorry, but what did you use to colour your images? The colours are so vibrant.

  30. I've been trying to think of easier ways to do shaker cards and I think you've nailed it! I'm going to have to try your technique! Thanks for sharing, Jennifer!

  31. You always impress me with all your creativity. Where does it come from, all your ideas? Thank you so much for sharing this with us.

  32. Oh Jennifer! These are fabulous! Thank you for sharing! You never cease to amaze me with your creativity, and talent!

  33. Another entertaining and fun tutorial. My favorite was the last with the monkey holding the balloons. As a great teacher, you make it look as if I could make it! Thanks for your time and energy and talent.

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