Birthday Shaker Card Tutorial

Hello everyone… Today, I have 2 blog posts to share with you. And the first one is a shaker card tutorial to share with you all. If you like to see the full tutorial with pictures, please visit my post at Joy Clair blog.

I created my card today with Doodle Flowers stamp set and Hello Sentiment stamp set. First, I cut out a white cardstock into 4″ x 5.25″ and then using a circle die I cut out the circle window in the middle of it.

Joy Clair Doodle Flowers and Hello Sentiment

To create the wreath around the circle, I started to stamped the flowers and branches from Doodle Flowers stamp set with Versamark ink pad and added some of the color embossing powder from WOW! I heat-embossed the images twice for extra bold look.

I added a piece of heat-resistant acetate plastic on the back of the panel with some adhesive glue. And then using my Mini MISTI, I stamped the sentiment from Hello Sentiment stamp set with Black StazOn ink pad. I used my craft heater to speed up the drying process. But, if you use a non heat-resistance acetate plastic, it is better to let it air-dry on the side to avoid wrinkle or melting.

I added lots of 3D foam tape on the back of the panel. And I added some silver assortment sequins on the card base. And gently and steady I added the top panel on the card base.

Look at the shiny, sparkle and glittery on the card…

Joy Clair Doodle Flowers and Hello Sentiment


That’s my card to share with you all today. I hope you like it and be inspired to make your own handmade card to share the joy with your friends and family! Check out Joy Clair store for new release stamps this month.

THANKS A BUNCH for visiting today! Have a fabulous day.

I play along at:

WOW! Embossing Powder April Challenge

Challenge #280-281 – Anything Goes

Simon Says: Anything Goes

Work It Wednesday April 2017

Your comment made my day! Thank you so much for your kindness. Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive or off-topic.

Share your thoughts

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

4 thoughts on “Birthday Shaker Card Tutorial