Monday, April 8, 2019

Rainbow Circles Birthday Shaker Card II (IC #4)

Hi everyone! :o)

Today I want to share with you this Rainbow Circles Birthday Shaker Card II. :o)

This is a MULTIPLE WINDOW SHAKER CARDI made this Interactive Card (IC) for my Celebrating 30 Days of Pisces 2019 personal challenge. If you want to find out more about it, just follow the link provided. :o)

This is a fourth type of IC I made for my challenge. I made 15 different types of interactive cards during Pisces period, which was my personal challenge. As I don't have a lot of die-cuts, I used all possible tools I have, combined this and that, planned, sketched... I completed my challenge, achieved my goals and had a lot of fun. I wrote a short review about the challenge here.

To make this card I was inspired with my own card I made in February 2019, also a multiple window shaker card. You can find my card here. I used same colors, went with same theme (birthday), used same die cuts, just used different sentiment stamp, added more shaker elements and went with different layout. The layout is one of my favorite CAS card layouts, one that I used also on my cards in the past, here and here. :o)

How I made my card...

First I prepared a card base and a white cardstock paper panel, both same size. 

die cut seven CIRCLES in the paper panel. glued the acetate sheet at the back of the panel to close windows/holes and then 3-D foam squares around each window and rest of the panel.

When I was creating my first multiple window shaker card (here), I blended various Distress Inks on a white cardstock paper, approximately A6 paper size for each color (except green tones, Twisted Citron and Lucky Clover, those I blended together). For my first card I used just a tiny piece of each color and saved the rest for another projects. I must say that is very handy, especially when you need tiny piece of ink blended paper. :o)

cut out seven pieces slightly larger than die cut circles, each from different blended color. I filled each window, one by one, with transparent beads and pailette stars and glued ink blended colored pieces on each window to close them. My shaker piece was finished and I glued it on the white side folded card base.

Lastly, I heat embossed a sentiment from Jane's Doodles 'Belated Birthday' stamp set in white on a black cardstock paper. This is one of my favorite 'Happy Birthday' sentiments I have in my stash.

I cut the sentiment stripe on a desirable size, glued some 3-D foam on the sentiment stripe, glued it on the card and my card was finished. :o)

I love how my card turned out. Will there be more in the future? YES!! :o)

Here is a short video. :o)

Card measurements: 133 mm x 89 mm (5 1/4" x 3 1/2")

List of supplies:
  • Jane's Doodles 'Belated Birhtday' stamp set
  • Sizzix circle thinlits dies (from starter kit)
  • white cardstock paper
  • black cardstock paper
  • ink blended cardstock paper (premade)
    • white cardstock paper A6 size
    • Tim's Holtz Distress Inks:
      • Mustard Seed
      • Spiced Marmalade
      • Festive Berries
      • Wilted Violet
      • Blueprint Sketch
      • Salty Ocean
      • Twisted Citron
      • Lucky Clover
    • Ranger Mini Ink Blending Tool
  • Tsukineko VersaMark Watermark Stamp Pad
  • WOW! Embossing Powder (Opaque Bright White, Regular, WL01R)
  • transparent beads
  • pailette stars, White Iris
  • acetate sheet
  • UHU liquid glue
  • 3-D foam squares, 5 x 5 x 3 mm (shaker)
  • 3-D foam squares, 5 x 5 x 2 mm (sentiment)
  • Sizzix Big Shot
  • Fiskars High Precision Personal Paper Trimmer
  • acrylic block (102 mm x 102 mm)
  • bone folder
  • scissors
  • Ranger Heat It Tool
  • powder bag
  • dry cloth

Thank you for stopping by and your kind feedback. Enjoy and smile! :o)




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