‘A Little Something’ Shaker Card with 3D Foam Frames

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Hi! Today I’m sharing a fun and simple way to use 3D Foam Frames to create a cute shaker card! Before I made this card I read and watched several tutorials to see how others were creating shaker cards. I was amazed at how complex the instructions seemed to be, I decided there had to be a simpler way…guess what? There is! The Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Frames are the perfect solution – check out my tutorial below!

I started by cutting a 4.25"x5.5” rectangle and adhered it to the base of my card using the E-Z Runner® Ultra Refillable Dispenser. I also cut a 3.75"x5” rectangle – creating a second layer – as well as a 3"x4” journaling card.

Next, I selected one of the 3D Foam Frames that fit the perimeter of the 3"x4” journaling card. Once the 3D Foam Frame was in place I sprinkled a few sequins onto the journaling card.

I then removed the paper covering from the 3D Foam Frames (i.e., the adhesive was showing) and placed a 3 x 4” transparency on top. I pressed the transparency down firmly ensuring it was completely adhered to the 3D Foam Frames – I didn’t want my sequins to escape!

I wanted to give my shaker piece a clean look so I placed Premium Double-Sided Tape 1/8″ Permanent along all four edges and then covered it with pattern paper. I considered my shaker complete and adhered it using the E-Z Runner® Ultra Refillable Dispenser to the 3.75"x5” rectangle. (Remember our E-Z Runner® Ultra Refillable Dispenser is really strong so it’s perfect for adhering those heavier items when creating).

To finish my card I tied a black and white checkered bow and added a white button. Finally, I adhered the 3.75"x 5” rectangle using the E-Z Runner® Ultra Refillable Dispenser to the base of my card.

That’s it! Not only is it simple it’s cute too!

Authentique Paper, Cheerful

Fun Stampers Journey – sequins, twine
Sewology – button
Misc. – ribbon 

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L

Tim Holtz – distress ink

Thanks for joining me today!

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