I know I used this set last week too but I just couldn't help myself because once I start playing with these cute stamps I just keep creating these fun underwater scenes.
For this weeks Rubber Cafe card I decided to make a shaker card.
You can find the directions to make a Shaker Card at Splitcoaststampers. Beate's sample is a fancy pumpkin shape but I kept mine pretty simple and just made a rectangle shape that is slightly smaller than an A2 card.
I had planned to fill my card with sand but couldn't remember where I stashed my sand so I used some blue beads. Here's a look at the card "shaken up" a little. The beads look like bubbles!
Have you made a shaker card before? They are a lot of fun to make. You can fill them with glitter, beads, confetti or nearly anything you can think of!
Give it a try...they aren't as hard as you might think.
To make this one you need:
Fishing for Details by The Rubber Cafe
Bazzill Basic Cardstock
Memento Tuxedo Black & Grape dye ink by Tsukineko
Spellbinders label dies
Acetate Window sheet
Double Sided Foam Tape
I hope you'll give it a try!
Thanks for stopping by! Have a great rest of the weekend!