Season’s Greetings Shaker Card

Have you ever tried making a shaker card?  There are all sorts of ways to do it, this one doesn’t require any special inserts or anything, so this is my preferred method.  Plus, it isn’t as wide/high for mailing.

Teneale Williams made this card with inspiration from  this great card by Claire Daly.  They both live in Australia!  Don’t you love that we can share designs around the world?


The secret to making a window card like this lies in the front frame.  Notice the dark blue frame, it is popped up.  Once you stamp your image on the acetate or window sheet, adhere it to the back side of the frame, then add some double-sided foam tape, like this, all around the frame.  Don’t leave any “holes” or your glitter will leak out!

Pour some glitter on your card base with the stamped image and then adhere your frame on top.  That’s it!


Take a look at the inside of the card:


Beautiful, isn’t it?  Are you going to try this now?  I hope so!

Products Used:


Snow Swirled (111690 $24.95), Winter Post Stamp Brush Set – Digital Download (119102 $3.95). Le Jardin Botanique (Retired)



Whisper White Craft Stampin’ Pad (101731 $7.50), Basic Black Craft Stampin’ Pad (102192 $7.50), Bordering Blue (Retired),  Night of Navy Classic Stampin’ Pad (126970 $5.95)



Whisper White 8-1/2X11 Card Stock (100730 $8.50), Bordering Blue (retired), Night Of Navy 8-1/2X11 Card Stock (100867 $6.95)



Silver Glass Glitter (120995 $3.95), Dazzling Diamonds Stampin’ Glitter (102023 $4.50), 2-Way Glue Pen (10042 $4.50),
Brayer And Rubber Attachment (102395 $12.50), Medium Window Sheets (114323 $4.95), Extra-Large Oval Punch (119859 $16.95)