Time for another Thursday post! I’m still filling in for Sandie over on the Stamping Bella blog, so I’ve got another fun card for you along with a card-making video!
Littles Summer Beach Scene Shaker Card:
All month I’m recreating some of Sandie’s DT Thursday step by step projects in my own style, with videos.
Today I didn’t really follow Sandie’s instructions, but I took a little inspiration from her and created a shaker card. Sandie does have a step by step tutorial over on the Stamping Bella blog for a fun shaker card which you can find here: Create an Under the Sea Shaker Card with Sandiebella
I do love a shaker card! So much fun. I really need to make more – I know my nieces love them, and they always make me smile. The die cut shells from the stamp set are just so cute in the shaker…I keep finding myself picking the card up to play!
Littles Summer Beach Scene Shaker Card Video:
Now watch me put the card together in the video below or in HD over on YouTube.
NOTE: I have not included the colouring footage in this video. I had intended to link my original video for the Littles set, but unfortunately that seems to have disappeared! I will film a new complete video for that set and re-upload soon. Sorry!
Copic Colours Used:
A quick note on Copic colours I used for the character and sandcastle:
Skin: E000,E01,E11,E04 Hair: YR14,YR18,E09 SunGlasses: BV11,BV13,BV17, C4,C6,C9,Y15,YR24
- Stamping Bella Little Bits Sandcastle Set (dies also available)
- Stamping Bella Beach Backdrop stamp
- Stamping Bella Summer Sentiments Set
- Make it Colour Blending Card (for Copic colouring)
- MFT Extreme Black ink pad*
- MFT Stitched Rectangle Frames die set
- Strathmore Bristol Smooth Surface card*
- Plain White 250gsm cardstock (PaperMillDirect)
- Black Sparkle cardstock (PaperMillDirect)
- PITT Artist Pen – White*
- Fabri-tac Glue*
- Tonic Nuvo Glitter Drops*- White Blizzard
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