Simple Shaker Card

Simple Shaker Card

Using Pre-cut Pieces From A Kit

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For this card I am going to use pieces from the same boxed collection as I used for the quick and simple cards I showed you on my blog post – Here!

This time I am going to use some of the cardstock, background paper, and framed topper, to make a simple Shaker Card.

Yes! – I did say “simple Shaker Card”.  You can make Shaker Cards as elaborate as you want, and use lots of different things to make them.  But for this card I am keeping things like matting and layering to a minimum.  I’m not adding lots of embelishments.  I’m just going to show you how to make a simple shaker card where you don’t need to measure, don’t need to cut an aperture, in fact – don’t need to do anything difficult.


This is quite a quick card to make.

You can see the English version of the video – Here!

Gallwch weld y fideo yma yn Gymraeg – Yma!

Items Used
Finished Creation

And here’s the finished card.

From one angle

From another angle.


I have several bits of different crafting on the go at the moment, so keep an eye out for them over the next few weeks.


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