Frameless Vellum Shaker Card with Laura

by Laura

Hi everyone! It’s Laura here and today I am back with a frameless vellum shaker card and a video sharing how to make it! The card was inspired by my friend Ilda, from I Love Doing All Things Crafty, who recently made some really cute frameless shakers with acetate instead of vellum.

For the card background I did some ink blending on an A2 panel of watercolor cardstock. I used Spectrum Noir Harmony Inks in the colors Fuchsia, Winter Rose and Plum Jam and my Studio Katia Blending Brushes. I also added a stenciled pattern with the Heart-fetti stencil and my Midas gold pigment ink.

I created the shaker pocket out of some vellum and filled it with Studio Katia Frost glitter and a mix of pink and clear sequins. The video shows in detail how to do it – it is really easy!

The images I used today are part of the Kobi’s Hugs and Kisses stamp set and were colored with Illustrator markers. Once I was done coloring, I die cut them with the coordinating dies.

For the sentiment I used one of the stamps from the Kobi’s Hugs and Kisses stamp set and stamped the greeting all my on a strip of gray cardstock. I used again Midas gold pigment ink and I also blended the same ink on my die cut word love. This was obtained with one of the dies in the Spring Bouquet die set.

For some finishing touches I used a white gel pen, a Spectrum Noir clear overlay pen and my Glossy Accents.

If you are interested in the step by step process to create this frameless vellum shaker card, you can watch the video below. And don’t forget to subscribe to the Studio Katia channel for more inspiration!

 

 

Thank you all so much for stopping by and have a great day!

Laura

 

 

S U P P L I E S

KOBI’S HUGS & KISSES | STAMP SET
KOBI’S HUGS & KISSES DIES
SPRING BOUQUET | COORDINATING DIES
DARLING RIBBON & DOTTED FRAMES- CREATIVE DIES
HEART-FETTI STENCIL
PINK WINTER- SEQUINS FUSION
FROST GLITTER
CRYSTAL CLEAR – SEQUINS FUSION
GLUE
TRIANGLE TRAY
INK BLENDER BRUSHES
SPINNING STORAGE CADDY

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1 comment

Amy Cooley December 10, 2019 - 10:23 pm

I enjoyed watching your process for creating this card. I’ll have to give this technique a try.

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