Before I go onto this post, let me first apologise for being absent. My husband had a heart attack on Tuesday, and it’s been both difficult and hectic. He was rushed to hospital and straight to surgery to have a stent inserted. Thank goodness he is doing well.
I’d planned to have this post up a day or two after the other teenage card, but it just didn’t happen. Instead all hell broke loose!
Okay, so onto this post.
This is the second card I made for my granddaughter’s sixteen birthday. (This one from her dad and siblings.)
Again, I won’t go into how to make a shaker card – there are hundreds of videos on YouTube that will show you how.
I cut out all the pieces I needed to make the shaker card, then using the stencil from the MFT MP3 Player die and stencil set, I laid down the stenciling, taking it over the frame as well. I stamped Happy Birthday on the back panel with the stenciling, but didn’t think about where I might glue down some sequins on the clear panel. (Hint: plan it out before gluing them down!)
I cut out the MP3 player and the ear plugs, then added a small piece of music paper to the back of the MP3 player.
Originally, I left it at that, but decided to add the “16” afterwards. There were two reasons for that. 1) I felt the card was unbalanced; and 2) I wanted the card to celebrate a milestone.
That’s it. Quite easy, albeit a little fiddly as shaker cards tend to be.
I hope to post more frequently again, but I guess we’ll see. Hubby is now home from hospital and has to take it easy for some weeks.
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