I’m thrilled to be starting a three day collaboration series with Scrapbook.com featuring products from Catherine Pooler Designs. Most of the products are from the new Hello Sunshine release from Catherine along with a couple of previously released favorite products. I’ll include a supply list below my signature to all the supplies each day during this collaboration series.
For today’s card, I decided to create a festive shaker card. I started by creating a piece of DIY patterned paper. Using one of the circle stamps from the Punctuated Party Stamp Set, I did some repeat stamping on a piece of white cardstock using Catherine’s inks in Be Mine, It’s a Boy, Melon Ice, and Mint to Be. For all of the inks except Mint to Be, I stamped off once before stamping on my panel to keep things more subtle. The Mint to Be is a soft enough color, stamping off wasn’t necessary with it.
Next, I moved on to creating the sentiment for my card. I wanted to create a soft rainbow effect to coordinate with my DIY patterned paper, so I did some very soft ink blending using the same ink colors and the Life Changing Blender Brushes. Even though I only used the four ink colors, it actually looks like seven colors due to the new colors created where the inks blended together in the overlap areas.
Once I had the ink blending done, I used the Celebrate Word Die to cut out the sentiment. I went over the entire word with clear Wink of Stella then added a coat of Glossy Accents to give it some shine and dimension. I then set it aside to dry. I used the word die to cut out three more of the word from white card stock. I adhered them all together stacking them one on top of the other. Once the Glossy Accents was dry on the rainbow word, I then adhered it to the top of the stack.
To create the shaker, I cut a circle into my DIY patterned paper using a 3″ circle die from the Scrapbook.com Nested Circles Decorative Die Set. I adhered a piece of acetate behind the opening using doubled-sided adhesive then added a double layer of foam tape around the opening and the rest of the panel.
I filled the opening with a generous amount of sequins from the new Charleston Sequin Mix from Catherine. I removed the backing paper from all the foam tape then adhered a top-folding card base to the panel. I adhered the stacked rainbow word die centered over the shaker window and that completed the card.
I hope you’ve enjoyed my first project. Above is a little sneak peek of tomorrow’s card for this collaboration series. If you would like to purchase any of these products, simply click the product in the supply list below to head over to Scrapbook.com to complete your purchase.
Until next time …
Disclosure: I received these products for free to create projects for this collaboration. As always, all opinions and thoughts about these products are entirely my own.