I had this idea for a shaker card in my head and I really wanted to make it with sprinkles. Well… fake sprinkles anyway.
So on Black Friday, I saw this cool sprinkle punch and it was on sale so I went ahead and bought it.
I had a sentiment in mind, but I didn’t have a stamp for it, so I decided to write my own. I’ve been doing some hand lettering lately, and enjoy the practice. I use this brush pen to write the sentiment on the background. After that, I got my three layers ready: the background, the acetate, and the frame.
I attached the acetate to the frame with good strong double sided adhesive. Then on the other side of the acetate, I added my foam tape barrier. It was then time to make my shaker pieces with the sprinkle punch. I punched my shaker bits out of different colored cardstock and then combined them all.
I placed the shaker bits on my background and then adhered my frame on top to seal everything in.
After realizing I had spare sprinkle bits, I adhered them to the front of the card for added interest.
Paper I used:
Brush Pen I used:
Acetate I used:
Cardstock I used:
Sprinkle Punch I used
See the process below.