Tuesday, 30 July 2019

5 DIFFERENT Ways To MAKE Shaker Cards/Tags!!

Shaker card ideas, #shakercards, #positivelypapercraft,


Hi Crafters
Today i am bringing you a tutorial on 5 different ways you can make shaker cards/tags/embellishments etc. I hope you enjoy the tutorial and also the projects i made. I hope you will give them a try and maybe find out that shakers are really not that scary! Lots of people struggle to make them and its such as shame as shakers are so much fun!

Easy tulle shaker card

The first card i made was a Tulle shaker! Tulle is so inexpensive and you can pick it up from Aliexpress or Ebay. It comes in so many colours and styles. For example you can get glitter Tulle, sparkle Tulle and many more. This card is so easy to make and if you give it a try i think you will become quite addicted to making Tulle shakers!!

Easy vellum shaker card, Flat shaker card, positivelypapercraft


The next card i made was a flat vellum shaker. This is another easy and simple way to make a shaker card. No foam tape required and you can also heat emboss your vellum like i did to make it look even more pretty! These are quite addictive to make so i hope you will give it a try!

plastic packaging shaker cards


The next shaker i made was a blister pack shaker tag! This was just an old blister pack that i had from some gems. Make sure you save all your plastic packaging now as they make great shakers!! You could also use this method to gift small charms etc. I love this idea and i think its one of my favourites! I hope you will give it a try!


The last two shakers i made were a Perfume Bottle and also a tag made using the Fuse Tool. The Perfume bottle was made by cutting out 5 or 6 layers of card and gluing them together to make your shaker instead of foam tape. Another great method when its very hard to find thin foam tape to fit round your die cut etc,.

Please check out my youtube tutorial for step by step instructions. You can find the link at the end of this post.

Until next time........

Ann xx


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