Sunday, February 23, 2020

Coffee Cup Shaker Card - DIY Shaker Card

Create Your Own Coffee Cup Shaker Card

Hello Friends.  There's such a great feeling of satisfaction knowing something you made will make someone smile.  This blog post is about creating a DIY shaker cup of coffee - or a cup full of smiles.  

I'm sharing a virtual cup of coffee with my paper crafting friends, chatting about beautiful paper collections, chipboard embellishments, shaker cards, and crafty fun.  

That's what this post is all about - how cheery papers and products make us feel.  Fun chipboard, to warm papers and magical transforming shaker mix of sequins, beads and buttons.  

It's the ability to take these products,  assemble them on paper and make someone feel good.  
Chipboard from Creative Embellishments
Shaker mix from Buttons Galore and More,
Papers from Maja Design.

Maja Design's  'Little Street Cafe" collection is certainly top on my list of gorgeous collections with it's warn tones of pink and golden yellow.  The sweet die cut sheet used on my card says the following: 
"Happiness is a cup of coffee shared with a friend."

Nothing is better than sharing a real cup of coffee with a friend,  but I came up with the "next best thing" which is the shaker cup of coffee.  This is a fun interactive shaker card that will put a smile on that friend's face. 

The chipboard shaker cup of coffee is from Creative Embellishments, and the fun shaker mix is from Buttons Galore and More.  It's a fun combination of sequins and beads bringing joy to me coffee cup.  


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Here are a few more close ups of this fun card.  

 Thank you for stopping here today.  Happy crafting.

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  1. Thoroughly beautiful! Those sequins are the absolute perfect colour and size to convey a sense of real coffee sloshing around in a to-go cup. Awesome make!

    Autumn Zenith 🎃 Witchcrafted Life

  2. Is there a video or instructions on how to make this card.

  3. Is there a video or instructions on how to make this card? Rhonda