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Thursday, March 30, 2017

Stampin' Up Many Happy Birthdays Paper Pumpkin Alternate Cards with Birthday Banners, Bunch of Banners - I

I saw my first Chipmunk of the Spring Season yesterday with the weather warming up.  I thought, "Ahhhh...Spring really is here!"  Wrong...We are getting snow this morning and the ground is almost covered already!  EWwwwwww.....enough is enough already!!!

My share for today is a Shaker Card that I designed using Stampin' Up's Many Happy Birthdays Paper Pumpkin Kit, Birthday Banners Stamp Set, Bunch of Banners and Layering Ovals Framelits Dies and Sprinkles and Balloon Bouquet Punches.

Let's take a look:


If you know me or follow my blog, then you know that I am a BIG fan of creating Shaker Cards.  Such a fun card and you will see a few more in the days to follow.

My Card Base is Flirty Flamingo Cardstock cut at 4-1/4" x 11" and scored and folded at 5-1/2" for a top folding card.


Using SU's Balloon Bouquet Punch, I punched 4 Small Balloons and 2 Large Balloons from the Pre-Printed Cards in the Many Happy Birthdays Paper Pumpkin Kit as shown in the picture above.

Using SU's Sprinkles Punch, I punched a lot of Sprinkles from Flirty Flamingo, Calypso Coral, Watermelon Wonder, Pool Party, Crushed Curry, Island Indigo and Night of Navy Cardstocks.

Using my SU 1/4" Handheld Circle Punch, I punched about 12 Circles from the leftover Gold Glitter Paper in the Kit.

I laid all my Shaker Filler Pieces on top of my Flirty Flamingo Card Base along with 1 Large, 1 Small Balloon and 8 of the Gold Glitter Circles (save 2 Circles for the Banner and 2 Circles for the inside of the Card) and set it aside while I made my Shaker Frame.
 

For my Shaker Frame, I used the leftover White Cardstock in the Many Happy Birthdays Paper Pumpkin Kit.  This is the piece that is leftover after you punch out all the Party Invitations.  I trimmed off the two Rectangles on the Right Side and used the Left Side for my Shaker Frame.


Using SU's Window Sheets, I cut my window to measure 2-1/2" x 3-3/4" and adhered it to the back of my Shaker Frame with Mono Multi Purpose Glue.  

I adhered SU's Foam Adhesive Strips (for Shaker and Spinner Cards) along the outside edges of my window on the back of my Frame.  I absolutely LOVE these Strips as there is no more trying to cut tacky, sticky Foam off of a tape roll.  
(Tip - Make sure that you cannot see the Foam Adhesive Strips in the Window or outside the edges of the Frame itself.)
(Tip - Use your Emboss Buddy and rub it along the inside edges of the Foam Adhesive Strips so your Shaker Filler Pieces don't stick to the edges of the Foam Adhesive Strips.)

Spread out your Shaker Filler Pieces in a rectangle on the top of your Flirty Flamingo Card Base.  Remove the Adhesive Liner from the Foam on the back of your Window Frame and adhere it over the top of your Shaker Filler Pieces and on to your Card Base.  Easy Peasy!!!

 
Using SU's Layering Ovals Framelits Dies, I die cut the 2" Oval from Calypso Coral Cardstock and adhered it to the bottom of my Shaker Frame with Mono Multi Purpose Glue.

Using SU's Birthday Banners Stamp Set, I stamped my Banner and Sentiment on to Whisper White Cardstock with Island Indigo Ink.

Using SU's Bunch of Banners Framelits Dies, I die cut out the Banner and adhered it over the Calypso Coral Oval with Stampin' Dimensionals.

I adhered the 2 leftover Gold Glitter Circles to each end of the Banner.

 
For the inside of my Card:  Using SU's Layering Ovals, I die cut the Largest Oval from Whisper White Cardstock.

Using SU's Birthday Banners Stamp Set, I stamped my Sentiment on the Whisper White Oval in Island Indigo Ink and adhered the Oval to the inside of my Card with Mono Multi Purpose Glue.

I then stamped two of the Birthday Candles; one in Pool Party and one in Watermelon Wonder Ink and two of the Candle Flames in Crushed Curry Ink onto Whisper White Cardstock.

I die cut out the Candles and Flames and adhered the Flames on to the tops of the Candles with Mono Multi Purpose Glue. (Tip - I adhered a skinny, long strip of scrap cardstock to the back of the Candles to hold the Flame on to the Candle better and make them more secure.)  I adhered the two Candles to the right side of the Whisper White Oval with Mono Multi Purpose Glue as shown in the picture above. 


Using SU's Sprinkles punch, I punched two of the Streamers; one from Crushed Curry and one from Watermelon Wonder Cardstock and adhered them above and below my Sentiment with Mono Multi Purpose Glue.

I adhered 2 of the leftover Gold Glitter Circles to the Sprinkles with Mono Multi Purpose Glue.

 
I adhered one Large Balloon and one Small Balloon to the Left Side of my Shaker Frame with Mono Multi Purpose Glue and then I adhered another Small Balloon on top of and in between the two Balloons with Stampin' Dimensionals.

I adhered another Small Balloon to the Right Side of my Shaker Frame with Mono Multi Purpose Glue as shown in the picture above.

That's all I have for today.  
 




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I recently discovered that people are using my cards and/or projects, duplicating them and entering them into challenges, using them for their own card classes and (using them on their blogs as their own creations) - Please give credit where credit is due.  My cards and projects are my own creations and are not to be used in challenges, blog hops, card classes or sold at craft shows; etc., for profit.  I don't mind if you duplicate my creativity to pass on to family members or friends as gifts or Occasions cards; but,  PLEASE be considerate of others creativity!  Thank you!



 


 

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