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A See Through Shaker with Joy Clair Stamps & Rinea Foil

Today I have a super shiny and fun card to share with you! I am pairing the brand new Sprinkled with Love Stamp Set from Joy Clair Stamps with some Rinea Foil to create a super fun see through shaker card! This card may look a bit intimidating, but once you get the layers down, it’s a breeze to put together. Be sure to watch the video tutorial down below for all the details and a few tips and tricks along the way!



This was such a fun card to make, but the glitter can be a little messy. I have found that using a lint roller, the really sticky kind made for pet hair, on your work surface after all the glitter is put away will pick up all of the little left over glitter flecks!

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Putting together a see through shaker is a little bit of work, but I promise the end result is so worth it! One thing about see through shakers though, is you need to make the inside pretty too! I made mine pretty simple, but still nice and put together and it compliments the outside of the card too!

 

Also, one final tip with not only this type of shaker, but any type. Make sure your adhesive is nice and secure with no gaps, especially if you are using seed beads or glitter of any kind. The tiniest of gaps can let all of the insides escape and fall out inside the envelope and that is no envelope anyone wants to open!

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I can not wait until I get to play with this set again! It is just too adorable and soo many ideas!! If you are interested in any of the supplies I used on my card today, you will find them linked down below. Thanks for spending a bit of time with me today, and until next time, Happy Crafting!!


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