I love shaker cards and I haven't made any in awhile so when I spied the line of fairy papers and fancy circular die by Kaiser Craft, I was inspired to make a fairy shaker card. I used the die to cut a swirly circular piece from DCWV shimmer cardstock. Then I cut another one from thin foam (available at HM BFC). I used the die to make an impression on a piece of acetate so I could cut out the circle to glue behind the shimmer cardstock die cut to form the window. Next I glued the foam die cut to the card front (printed Kaiser Craft paper on pink card blank) and added the Flower Soft and flower sequins into the depression. After gluing the shimmer die cut over the foam, I added with foam dots the label (from the paper pack) and the stamped, colored, die cut fairy (from a Hero Arts set). Paper flowers and pearly dots were added as finishing touches and to cover up a boo-boo. LOL! I am pleased with the final look of this card even though I couldn't get a good photo of it due to the flashing on the shiny parts. Note: The Flower Soft is a product sold ages ago at Ben Franklin Crafts. If you are a hoarder like me, you probably still have lots of it. The teeny flower sequins were ordered from Eva's online store, Simply Made in Hawaii. She sells lots of unique sequins and items that she creates.
Thank you for visiting my blog site. I hope I've inspired you to make your own fairy shaker cards. Happy Magical Crafting!