Thursday, 16 April 2009

Party Tilda Shaker Card

After a few, a couple, maybe one person asked me how I did my shaker cards, I was going to be all clever and do one of those picture tutorials, using this card...I got right to the end, when my camera died a death. Flat Batteries. (Bother... although I didn't actually say, bother.) The photo down there was taken when I was wondering what to put in that blank spot on the left. Some black feathered wool? Another Stickeroo? A big purple glitter flower? After much pondering I decided on the silver and white glitter flower. (Which was recycled from a gift bag I had some yummy non-crafty goodies in for my birthday) The 'Party Time' and the 'Happy Birthday'stamps are from Papermania (Claire Curd's Signature Range) The little hedgehog is a Penny Black Stickeroo. Tilda was coloured in with Aqua Promaker pens and a paint brush.
I will have a go at doing a picture tutorial, but next time I'll make sure my batteries are fully charged! (That's the camera's batteries of course...not mine!)


  1. Wow your cards are wonderful..... so professional looking.....


  2. Lyn that is lovely, great colours and I love the Tilda stamps

  3. Gorgeous love those tilda stamps.Denise x

  4. LOVELY card as usual.! And I am looking forward to your version of card making tutorial !!!

  5. It won't be as good as yours Esther!


  6. Thought I would check out other New Forest Bloggers.
    Congratulations on your blog. Such talent - and great links to other interesting blogs.

    Best wishes.

  7. i have a it you make the shaker like what I did mine aqnd just add those stamp images and stuff?

    I just love how you design the shakers =)

  8. The frame has the acetate (suck with double sided tape) and then the 3D foam is fixed to it. The card has (in this case) a square of a matching paper is suck down where the frame is going to go, I add the beads to the centre, peel the backing off the 3D foam (smear it with a little glue stick first to stop it being too sticky in case I put it in the wrong place, and then just press down over the beads. This way you don't have to cut a hole in the card and have a lumpy inside. I'll try to put pictures on later!

  9. Such a gorgeous card!

  10. I think i may get what you trying to say, though I wasnt sure if I am correctly interpreting the beads part. No hurry, will be looking forward to your tutorial! =)

  11. Hiya Lyn - I've enjoyed looking through your blog - you ahve some beautiful work here - I'll be back

    x Hilda

  12. Thats beautiful !
    susan (saramar) x


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