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Thursday, April 4, 2019

Over the Moon

Happy Thursday and that means I'm up on the Rubbernecker Stamps Blog!  I made a shaker card using the new Over the Moon Clear Set, Over the Moon Die Set and the Nested Deckle Rectangle Die.

Here is how I make shaker cards and it's super easy!  First I die-cut the frame, I wasn't sure what size I wanted to use so I set it up to cut out two sizes.  I also wanted to have two of the same size so I cut two sheets of paper at the same time.

I got two of each of these shown and I ended up using the smaller frame.

Decorative paper was glued to a white card, then one of the smaller frames was glued to the card and here's why.  Thin pieces of foam tape were cut and placed on this frame, taking care not to leave any gaps for the shaker pieces to fall out.  Shaker pieces were poured in the center of this after the little cloud and star were glued to the upper right corner and then set aside.

A piece of acetate was cut slightly smaller than the frame and glued to the second frame.  The backing of the foam tape was removed the second frame was lined up and placed on top of the first.

The moon was glued on top of the shaker and the little bunny was popped up.  Three stars were glued to the upper right corner and the sentiment was stamped and embossed on a yellow strip, glued to the bottom of the card and a blue star was popped up.  The images were colored with Prisma Colored Pencils.

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