Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Red, White and Blue Shaker Postcard

Hello all Cathy N here!
 I thought it would be fun to make a card for the 4th of July .
 So I stepped it up a notch and made it into a shaker postcard!

Stamps Used:
circle scribble by Pam Bray
Bald eagle

Other supplies:
spray inks
pattern paper
foam tape
sticker saying
sequins
white cardstock
acetate
versa mark ink

 Begin with a 4x6 white cardstock and spray some inks on it. (blue and red).
Then splatter white ink on top. Let this dry.
 Stamp the  circle scribble with versa mark ink all over the background. Dry.
 Take some 4th of July sticker sayings and place around the background. Keep the edge of the card blank.
 Stamp Bald eagle on white cardstock and cut out. Set aside till the end.  Now make the top part for the shaker postcard. Cut out a 4x6 piece of pattern paper. Next cut a window from that. Cut a 4x5 piece of acetate and glue it to the pattern paper. 
 Take your foam tape and run it around the pattern paper. I did 2 layers. Add sequins. Use colors that go together. Peel the backing off the foam tape and stick the bottom layer that was worked on earlier.

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