Coffee Shaker Card

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Hi there. Jamie with you today, I hope you all are having a good start to your Monday. To help wake you up and keep you warm, I have a simple coffee shaker card for you! So grab a cup of joe, and follow along. 
Background and Card Base
  • Stamp the lady holding coffee from the Coffee clear set in black ink, color with Prisma pencils and die cut using the coordinating dies.
  • Stamp Coffee Bean Background on a tan panel with VersaMark Ink and emboss with White Embossing Powder.
  • Use the Nested Rectangle Small Stitch Die Set to cut a window in the panel and then cut a larger frame out of blue decorative paper to glue around the opening.
  • Glue a light blue decorative paper panel to a tan card, lay the Coffee Bean panel centered on top of this and stamp Can’t Buy Happiness with Sepia VersaFine Ink and emboss with Clear Embossing Powder.
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  • Glue an acetate panel on the backside of the window that was cut in the Coffee Bean Background panel then line with foam tape. 
  • Wrap the bottom of the panel with purple and white twine.
  • Place sequins over the sentiment and mount the panel, centered over this.
  • Randomly glue sequins to the front of the card.
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How about you – do you need a coffee shaker card to wake up your morning?

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