Typically, we spend the majority of shaker card construction working on top of a cardstock panel. The "inside out" technique works with the actual card BASE during the whole construction, building the shaker down INSIDE the card. Do you ever notice that regular shaker cards are sometimes "top heavy"? You will see a big difference in the distribution of weight when you put the shaker INSIDE the card.
I love that this card isn't made to have a feminine or a masculine feel. It is just a "LOVE" card, plain and simple. For this project, I am using the Creek Bank Creations Gift Card Pop-Up Die Set and Poppin' Up stamp sentiments. And this pop-up card is EASY to make, even for the beginner!
Fall in love with your glitter all over again and make beautiful cards that look like you spent hours at your craft table! In only a few moments, and with only a few supplies, you can create projects just like the holiday card I created today. Start with some basics: cardstock, glitter, double-sided adhesive tape and dies...
Watch Sandpaper Road use 4 supplies to create 4 cards! Today's cards feature the "Happy Happy Happy" Panel Die by Creek Bank Creations.
Hopefully, this article will help you decide whether or not to embark on the journey of creating your own wedding invitations.
Think outside of the standard rectangle greeting card shape! Try this triangle-shaped card! #sandpaperroad #creativestampingmagazine
Thinking about trying to make a shaker card, but don't want to purchase a bunch of acetate sheets? Save your plastic take out containers instead!
This easy-to-create lighthouse card fits perfectly inside a regular #10 business envelope...
This 5" x 7" card was created using products by Ranger Ink (featuring Wendy Vecchi's Studio 490 "Stamp-it-Stencil-it" set, Circle Collage background stamp and Crackled Texture Paste; Tim Holtz's Distress Oxide Inks, Distress Spray Stain, Distress Ink and Distress Stickles and "Festive" stencil; and Dyan Reaveley's Dylusions Ink Spray and "Curious Corrin" stamp set).
Papercraft like a PRO using the "Onesie" die from Papertrey Ink! It's QUICK and EASY! Watch the complete video tutorial here: 1. Start with 1 sheet 8.5" x 11" colored cardstock and 1 sheet 8.5" x 11" white cardstock. Cut the colored cardstock in half, lengthwise. Then fold ONE of the colored halves in… Continue reading EASY DIY Baby Card or Birth Announcement using Papertrey Ink “Onesie Die”