Saturday, February 25, 2023

Christmas Card Throwdown February Technique Challenge

This week,
 Christmas Card Throwdown is challenging us to use ACETATE in our cards.  I used packaging acetate from my Christmas goodies in an edge-to-edge shaker.  This is the easiest shaker method you will ever make.  I made my favorite, Distress/Copic-colored, single panel, then trimmed off 1/4" and sealed with packaging.  Easy peasy.

Be sure to drop by and see the inspiration cards made by all the design team members and leave them some love!

Enjoy.  I can't wait to see your creations in the gallery.

Project Details
Stamps/DiesMy Favorite Things Merry Everything
Cardstock    110lb. Neenah Solar Crest
Bazzill solid color cardstock
Acetate (packaging)
 Ink Memento Tuxedo Black
Copic markers
Hero Arts white embossing powder
Distress Ink (blueprint sketch,
peacock feathers)
Embellishments Little Things by Lucy's Cards mix
Other Dahle Personal Rotary Cutter
Scor Pal Mini Score Board
Sizzix Big Shot Die Cutting
Ranger Stamp Platform
Bearly Art Precision Glue
3M ATG 714 Tape Adhesive


Fabiola said...

wow Elizabeth, que c'est chou, j'adore, biz

Greta said...

An adorable scene for your shaker!

*Urška* said...

Prekrasna voščilnica.

AndrejaM said...

Wonderful creation with acetate foil! I love shaker cards

Kathy said...

Such a fun and well designed card. Smiles, Kathy