понедельник, 6 ноября 2017 г.

Day 6 | Holiday card series 2017

Hello there, dear friends!
I've made almost a half of my Holiday Card series projects featuring So Suzy/CrackerBox stamps and I'm so glad I have another half for you to inspire. Today's day 6 and I've prepped a shaker card :)


I used:
Expect Miracles (sentiment)
 Yes, I designes these snowflakes :)

Some steps:


I stamped the Santa Giving Gifts  onto a separate piece of paper using Jet Black Archival ink, fussy cut it out with scissors and a kraft knife. Adhered to the purple panel and heat embossed the Expect Miracles (sentiment) in white.


Using a heat resistant acetate ( I took acetate for printing on black and white lazer printers) and heat embossed the snowflakes of all three sizes in white. Don't forget to use anti-static tool or baby powder like me to protect the acetate.


I adhered the acetate to the back side of the frame, added one layer of foam tape and filled in the shaker with flat confetti and sequins.


I heat embossed those snowflakes on a matte side of the acetate that's why it looks a bit milky on a picture.


In case you missed the previous days, here they are:

Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a magical day!
~ Olesya Kharkova
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6 комментариев:

  1. Such a classy shaker with the fabulous Santa image and lovely snowflakes! I've never tried heat-resistant acetate; adding to my list! Another card of yours to love!
    ~carol

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    1. Thank you so much :)) I really love this acetate ,it's about 3$ per 10 sheets . I buy acetate for printing on lazer b/w printers

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  2. Love your beautiful shaker card! The white embossed snowflakes on the acetate layer look fantastic!

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    1. thank you so much! Yes, this is my fave technique to heat emboss on (heat resistant) acetate :)

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  3. Love the shaker! Such a traditional look, and love the snowflakes!

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