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Stampendous and Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Collaboration

Hello! This week, the Stampendous Design Team is collaborating with the Design Team from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3LScrapbook Adhesives by 3L is such a great company with great products. They generously supply the Stampendous Design team with 3D adhesive foam squares so we can pop up the elements on our cards and bring our projects to life. We have also gotten some fun foiling kits (called the 3D Foam Creative Embellishment Kit, which is something that I used on my card today.

I decided to use some of the wonderful foam squares and sheets from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L to make a shaker card. Also, as I mentioned earlier, I really love the foiling kit, so I wanted to think of a fun way to use that. I decided to break out the Christmas Bright Stamp and Die Set, though for this card, I only used some of the dies.

I die cut the "merry" with the foam sheet that comes in the 3D Foam Creative Embellishment Kit and then lightly pressed the red foil into the die cut. I made sure to not get the edges. After that, I used the green foil to get all of the areas that I "missed" with the red. I love the effect of the 2 colors on the word. For the "Christmas" die cut, I used Neenah Desert Storm cardstock, and used a brown Pitt Pencil from Faber Castell to add some shadows.

For my shaker window, I used the small oval in the Christmas bright set and cut it out of Graphic 45 cardstock. My card base is brown, and with such a large window, I didn't want it to be plain, so I used my favorite stencil, which is the Houndstooth, along with Champagne Delicata ink. In my shaker, I used a mix of sequins from Doodles Paper Playground and The Ink Road. To give the shaker dimension, I used some foam squares and cut up portions of foam sheets from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L.

I love the shine and interactive quality of this card. It's just so much fun to shake! As I mentioned earlier,
the Stampendous Design Team is hopping this week with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L and there are some great prizes to be won in the combined prize package from both companies. You can enter to win on the Rafflecopter link at http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/0f302f8d57/? Only folks with U.S. mailing addresses are eligible to win. Please be sure to visit the Stampendous Blog for all of the details and links. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Jeanne Beam said…
Great shaker card.
Thanks for sharing...
Becca Yahrling said…
I love shakers, so fun! Love how you did the 'merry' with
the red & green; that turned out so beautifully!
Dana M said…
What a fun and festive shaker card! Love the sparkle and shine.
Denise Bryant said…
Pretty shaker card! Love that sparkle!
Mary Holshouser said…
the card is very pretty.
Love shaker cards.
thanks for sharing
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FeM said…
Cute shaker card.
Sue D said…
So pretty and festive!
MadeByMeghanK said…
What a darling card! So much fuN!
cghundley said…
Neat looking shaker!
The stenciling in the
oval is nice.
Carla from Utah
McStamper said…
What a wonderful shaker.
Jean said…
A wonderful card!
Cynthia Cole said…
Lovely Christmas card!

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