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Monday, 18 January 2016

Love Sick valentine shaker card

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So, for Christmas I dropped some very heavy hints to my husband, that I would like a
We R Memory Keepers Fuse Tool for Christmas.......he doesn't do subtle hints!  I just had the urge to join the bandwagon and make some shaker cards.  So, here is my 1st attempt this year, using my Christmas present.  Gosh, they are so easy and quick to make with this crafty gadget, well worth it if you like making shaker cards.

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I used various files from the LD Love Sick collection.  I Print and Cut the "Love Sick" sentiment onto some white cardstock. 


 I adhered the above panel to the back of the aperture (see above).

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For the front of my card I typed my sentiment using the LD Jilly Nilly (Font) and added some hearts from one of the sets in the collection.

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The image above shows my base card.

I cut out my circle aperture and used my Fuse Tool for the shaker part.  I added a few sequins between the plastic pockets, sealed it up and assembled the card.  In essence the shaker part is sandwiched between the front aperture card and the smaller panel.  I hope these instructions are clearer than mud!!!!!  Basically, I watched some YouTube video tutorials and created by card design using my cutter software which made it super easy.

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I took one of the bug images from the LD Love Sick (CS), I created an outline to give me a white border, then Print and Cut the image out.  Love the bugs face, don't you?


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Cutting Supplies:-

Pazzles Cutting Machine – Inspiration Vue
LD Love Sick (CS) - adorable bug cutting files
LD Love Sick collection - Love Sick valentine product
LD Jilly Nilly (Font) - sentiment for front of card

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6 comments:

  1. Hi Joanna, I love this new set and I also nagged my husband about getting me a Fuse Tool for Christmas!! I made my first shaker card at the weekend!

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    1. Hi Wendy, yes sometimes we do have to nag them to ensure we get what we want! I hope I don't bore you with forthcoming shaker cards!

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  2. This is so cute! I love shaker cards! I also got a heating tool so I could make shaker cards but it's mainly for woodburning so not sure how it's going to turn out.

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    1. Only trouble is that I now will need to stock up on some pretty sequins.........it's so hard to choose. It's a bit like being in a candy shop!

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  3. This is really cute. Have you had any issues with the seal breaking?mine keep breaking. Frustrating me.

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    1. Hi SugarGem, I think the knack is to go slow and steady. Don't pull the tool towards you but move it away from you without too much pressure. Also, don't keep going over the same line otherwise you will break the seal. I am sure with practise you will get the hang of it. Thanks for popping by 😀

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