Hello friends!! I recently got some new-to-me products from Honey Bee and I am IN LOVE!!!!! I combined several sets to make this Christmas shaker card & I couldn’t love it more!There are quite a few steps involved, but the Globe & Ornament Shaker Card Honey Cut Die makes it really simple!! You can actually make an ornament like I did here, or a snow globe!! Genius!!! I started off by blending alcohol inks onto Yupo paper, then set it aside to dry. While that was drying, I used the Globe & Ornament Shaker Card Honey Cut Die to cut the front of the ornament from white cardstock 8 times & the solid die of the ornament from transparency once; then the top of the ornament from silver glitter paper. The white parts were stacked and adhered on top of each other to create the “shaker”, with the transparency sandwiched between the top two layers. I also cut the Hills Borders Honey Cuts Die from white cardstock to use on my background. I stamped the tree from more Flakey Friends & the pickup and gifts from Little Pickup set with Momento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored them with Copics. I then used the Flakey Friends Honey Cuts & Little Pickup Honey Cuts to die cut the colored images. I used some Nuvo Glitter Accents – Fresh Snowfall to add some sparkly snow to the hills, tree & pickup truck, then set aside to dry. The Merry die is from the Merry & Bright Honey Cuts and was cut from silver glitter paper. The Christmas part of the sentiment is from Season’s Tweetings; it was white heat embossed onto a strip of black cardstock, then banner cut on the ends. The back of the ornament was die cut from the alcohol-inked Yupo paper with the Globe & Ornament Shaker Card Honey Cut Die. Then all that was left was to assemble the card!! The snowy hills were adhered to the background portion of the ornament and trimmed. The tree was also adhered to the background. Bokeh Lights Confetti Mix & Snowball Shaker Bits were placed onto the background, then the front part of the ornament was adhered to it. The truck, Merry die-cut, ornament top and Christmas banner were adhered as shown. I used some silver wired cord from my stash for a loop and bow.
I am off to figure out a way to mass produce this to make my Christmas cards this year!!!
Have a great week!!!