Hi everyone just wanted to share this fabulous shaker card by Svetlana.
I hope you have a fabulous weekend.
This is my first post for Studio Katia and I am very excited to join the Team and share inspiration with you all.
I made a set to welcome a newborn baby using Studio Katia Stamps and Dies and want to share it with you. I took pictures as I was making it and hope you’ll enjoy what you see and get inspired, too. 🙂
First I die cut a tag shape using Dotted Shaker Tag Die (Dotted Shaker Tag). I die cut two shapes with a window to stick an acetate for the shaker between two die cuts. I stamped multiple hearts from the Foxes Clear Stamp Set and coloured them using Chameleon Pens. Now I know you’ll think I’m crazy, but I decided to cut out all those tiny hearts and use them in the shaker. On the picture here you can also see some of the ideas I had, and ended up doing something different. I didn’t use the beads at the end, and stamped my sentiment on the tag itself.
I stamped a fox image on the solid tag shape and coloured it with Polychromos Pencils. Next I die cut a frame (I used Darling Ribbon & Dotted Frames) out of white woodgrain paper and adhered the shaker on top of it. I also stamped a sentiment from the And the Fox Says | Clear Stamp Set.
My card base looked a little boring, so I decided to stamp solid fox images. I used two generation stamping here, which means I stamped the same image twice before reinking it.
Since my plan was to make a matching gift bag as well, I stamped the same solid fox image and three different hearts all over my diy paper bag using three different ink colours.
All is left – add some embellishments to the card and fold and glue together the gift bag, as well as add some ribbon for the handles.
Here are some close ups.
Hope you enjoyed the project I made to share with you today and got some ideas on how to use your Studio Katia stamp and dies.
Thank you for stopping by!
Enjoy your weekend!
Hi everyone, Svetlana here to share shaker tags that filled with confetti and love.
The heart die is from Stitched Notebook Set, it fits perfectly with Heart Candy. Today I’m only using it as a shape for the shaker.
I filled it up with different confetti and micro silver beads.
A quick video to show you the process.
Thank you all for stopping by!!
Hi everyone, Olga made this fabulous shaker Thank You Card.
Mini Thank You Clear Stamp – coming soon
Mini Thank You clear stamp that’s coming soon. At the moment it’s a free gift with purchase on all orders $75 and over. (it’s a 2×3 stamps)
Here’s the close up.
Thank You everyone for stopping by. Have a lovely day.
New Year’s Bash Fusion which was a Free Sequins Pack with all orders during December.
Erica back on the blog with a simple and easy shaker card today. Clean and simple/CAS cards are really not my forte at all but I’m challenging myself to try this style more as I do like it, I’m just rubbish at knowing when to stop before adding everything and ALL. THE. SEQUINS!
Admittedly there are quite a few sequins involved in this card but as they are on the inside, it doesn’t count, right? Well, that’s my opinion and I’m sticking to it.
To start with, I picked out a lovely linen textured white card stock which basically my whole card would consist of. For the card base, I cut out a 11″x4.25″ strip of the card stock and folded it in half to create an A2 sized base. The other piece I cut out to be just slightly smaller than the card base as I didn’t want it too small nor did I want it to cover the entire thing. Once I was happy with the size, I used the balloon die from Dotted Balloons to cut a hole in the smaller panel. Using this as a guide I cut the balloon shape out of two foam sheets, which had already been cut to the same size as the smaller panel, making sure the placement lined up on both of them.
Turning over the smaller panel, the one with the linen texture, I adhered first clear acetate to create the window part to the shaker compartment and then the two foam sheets. Make sure you use a generous amount of adhesive around the die cut hole as otherwise your sequins will get stuck there and not shake properly.
Before adding the sequins to the shaker compartment, I dusted the window with my anti-static tool to avoid all the sequins sticking to the acetate. It’s no good having a shaker card if the sequins refuse to shake around!
For finishing touches I drew a string from the balloon with a skinny copic marker as well as adding a sparkly gold bow cut from Darling Ribbon & Dotted Frames. Using the banner die from Darling Ribbon & Dotted Frames I cut out a piece in linen textured black card stock and stamped ‘Happy Birthday’ on it from Birthday Lions in VersaMark ink and heat embossing it with gold embossing powder. This banner I adhered to the bottom of the card with foam tape.
It is always hard for me to step away from a card when I think I can add more stuff to it but I managed to keep it super simple. Which actually is a bit of a feat for me so yay!
Well, that’s if from me today but hopefully I have inspired you to try a CAS card or a shaker card but as long as you are having fun crafting, that’s all that matters! Until next time,
Erica (@erica_cacacraft on Instagram)
Hello, friends! Olga is here today. This is my first post on this blog and I can’t wait to show you three Holidays cards using Origami Winter Clear Stamp Set.
For my first card I used die cut Dotted Shaker Tag, filled shaker with Classic Christmas sequins fusion and seed beads.
On the side I stamped and emboss the tree. Colored it with Zig markers and cut it out. Adhered it all together and for the finishing touch I’ve added a tiny golden bell.
I’ve also made matching tags.
For my next card I die cut Dotted Frame and embossed with snowflakes. Blended it with distress inks.
For my last card I’ve stamped, colored and cut random images from the set. Blended the background with red Distress ink and added a few sequins from Majestic Fusion.
Another close up.
Thank You and Happy New Year!
Happy Saturday everyone,
Just popping in to share a shaker card by Svetlana.
How fun is this card?
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The card base and the shaker border are made out of Neenah Solar White cardstock, and the dimensional part I cut out from white foam.
I used regular foam, not sticky back one. To make it sticky I adhered Stick-It sheets on the both sides. It’s so thin, that I didn’t have any problems at all die-cutting foam with Stick-It on both sides.
Inside of the shaker I placed snowflakes mentioned as well as some Icy Clear Seed Beads. Lastly I stamped the sentiment.
Shakers are fun cards, especially they’re fun for recipients. But they’re a bit more time consuming to make. So I this time I decided to go with the simpler design. And like how it turned out.
I like how clean it is. With some deep blue in the shaker window. I imagine this card as a view on a snowy night through the window 😉
Have a wonderful day!
Hi everyone, Svetlana here with my second post for today! I wanted to show my interactive card in a separate post.
Here it is I hope you like it.
You can’t really tell that it’s an interactive card, but this card has a secret message inside.
Studio Katia Supplies Used: Creative Square Nested Dies, Clear Iridescent Seed Bead, Silver Foil Seed Beads, Iridescent Magnolia Sequins, Pink Winter Stamp Set, Bride’s Veil Sequins, Pink Winter Sequin Fusion
Have a wonderful day!