Studio Monday with Nina-Marie: Rainbow Birthday Die Cut Shaker
Hello creative friends, Happy DieCember® 20th! We’ve been having such a great time here at Simon celebrating the love of all things die cutting and we hope you have, too! Today I am using products from our popular DieCember® 1st release to make a rainbow, die cut birthday card. This card features absolutely no stamping, just a bit of stenciling behind the balloons for a colorful effect. Shall we jump in?!
I used the Bunch of Balloons die to cut a window into an A2 card panel; in addition, I also cut the balloons from some glitter cardstock to serve as the outline on my window. The window looks into a sequin-filled shaker and a rainbow background that I created with our Simon exclusive Pawsitively Saturated Inks, I Like Big Dots stencil and Fading Circles stencil.
On top of the shaker are some streamers I made with Streamer Ribbons die (also from DieCember®), and the Big Happy Birthday die. The birthday greeting is also embellished with a bit of glitter for a dip-dye effect.
Want to learn how I made this card? Be sure to watch the video below for all the details!
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So cute! Seems there have been so many uses for this balloon bunch. I loved your card. Who doesn’t love a shaker card? Ink blending the background made it extra special. Thank you.
I love this Cute & Fun shaker card!!!!
Oh wow, this is so so fun!!
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