Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Baroque Motif Ornament Shaker Card

More Christmas cards coming for you.  I wanted to devise a way to use the other frames from the Shaker Frames sets.  I created a Christmas card HERE that uses the biggest frame, then had all the other ones left over.  This one uses the frame that co-ordinates with the 3/4" Circle Punch .....
 And a closer view of the Ornament Shaker embellishment ....
A while ago I saw a card that used the Baroque Motif swirl as a Christmas Tree branch to hang an ornament on.  I don't remember who the originator is, but if you email me I will give you proper credit.  I used the swirl in Always Artichoke to create the branch effect, then created the shaker ornament. 
It's very easy, I just stamped the ornament once on Whisper White cardstock in Cherry Cobbler Classic Ink. Then I punched a 34" circle out of the ornament, then punched the ornament with the Ornament Punch.  I punched a second ornament on plain Whisper White, and one out of Window Sheet material. 
Then adhered all the layers together with some Dazzling Diamonds Glitter in the middle of the shaker part.  These frames make it so darned easy to make Shaker Cards, and they co-ordinate with different sizes of Stampin' Up! punches!
Stamps:  Baroque Motif, Delightful Decorations, Christmas Greetings
Ink:  Always Artichoke, Cherry Cobbler, VersaMark
Cardstock:  Whisper White, Cherry Cobbler
Other:  Shaker Frames, Dazzling Diamonds Glitter, Window Sheet, Cherry Cobbler Embossing Powder (for the sentiment)
Get some Shaker Frames and give the Shaker Card a try, you will become addicted, I promise!
Happy Stampin' ......


Anonymous said...

Gorgeous card! I haven't has much success using my punches on the window sheets. Any tips would be greatly appreciated! Cheers, Sheri L

Sandy said...

Glenda this is absolutely fantastic. I am still following you although I do not always comment.

Merry said...

Oh wow...so very clever...terrific card.


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