Hello friends! Today the Lawn Fawn Design Team is showcasing the new Year Seven Stamp Set and coordinating dies. I created a pinata birthday shaker card with this adorable little stamp set and additional Lawn Fawn stamps and dies. The elements adhered to the front of the acetate on the shaker allow them to always be visible with the "shaking" going on inside the shaker.
The pinata and candy from the Year Seven Stamp Set and coordinating dies set were stamped on Bristol Smooth cardstock using Lawn Fawn Jet Black Ink and colored in with Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers before being die cut with the Year Seven dies.
The banner was stamped using an image from the Bannertastic Stamp Set. Greetings from the Year Seven Stamp Set were stamped on the banner and then I die cut the image with the coordinating Bannertastic Dies.
For the shaker frame, I used two of the Small Dotted Rectangle Dies and die cut a background from the larger rectangle and a frame by using two of the dies. I applied Salty Ocean and Squeezed Lemonade Distress Inks to the cardstock, spritzed them with water from a Distress Sprayer and blotted it dry with a paper towel. I applied a piece of transparency behind the frame and then applied two layers of foam adhesive all the way around the frame. I added some Pretty Pink Posh seed beads and mini star confetti to the shaker and then removed the backing paper from the foam adhesive and applied the backing to the shaker.
The Year Seven images and banner greeting were adhered to the front of the shaker as shown. Details were added to the pinata and candy images with white and black glaze pens.
A large rectangle was die cut using the largest Zig Zag Rectangle Die, adhered the shaker to the zig zag rectangle and then adhered the whole thing to a top fold card base.
The remaining greeting from the Year Seven was stamped inside the card to finish the design.
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To watch the creation of this pinata shaker card from start to finish, click HERE or watch below:
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