I created a triangle shaker card using several stamps from the GKD Seasons Greetings stamp set. I know Christmas is over but this polar vortex we've just had has put me right back in a cold winter mood... and I live in north Florida! So I now have a head start on next year's Christmas cards (wink-wink)! I had found and bookmarked Pennywise Arts a while back and sadly they've closed up shop since I visited last, but have left their amazing tutorials and gallery available for perusal. This triangle shaker card is one of several projects I found there that I wanted to try. I've made a few shaker cards over the years, and this one is by far the easiest! I'm really happy with the way it turned out.
I randomly stamped small snowflakes on the front of the card and the envelope (and a border on the flap of the envelope), and added a little color with a light blue Copic marker and some shimmer with a stardust pen. I stamped the adorable little snowman inside the shaker which fit perfectly. I used the Joy stamp, cutting it with a SB oval die and mounting it on a scalloped oval die cut.
Here's a peek at the inside - fairly simple with just a sentiment.
- GKD Pure Luxury white cardstock; Colorbok light blue and green textured cardstock
- GKD Season's Greetings stamp set
- Memento Tuxedo Black ink
- Copics: R24/27, YR04, B00, B000
- Sakura Stardust pen
- Spellbinders Classic Ovals and Scalloped Ovals dies
- Blockheads clear micro marbles
- Tiny clear gemstones
Okie dokie, this is it for me today. Please keep those good luck wishes coming my way... I would really love to guest design for Gina K Designs! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)