Saturday, August 19, 2017

Water Shaker Card - Koala T Crafts August DT project

Hello crafty friends,

Welcome to another post on my blog and YouTube Channel.. Yes you read it right.. I have a very fun shaker card tutorial to share with you all and Yes I have been choosen as the DT member for Koala T crafts.. Its an amazing place where Jen Evers shares some great video tutorials weekly, you also can shop some amazing products from their store along with some very cute digis..

And today I have created this very fun water shaker card using one of the digis from Koala T crafts.. Its the Daphne Duck Digis.. Its super super cute.. I'm in love with the digis Jen offers.. They are amazing..





For my card today I used the same image thrice in different sizes to make it look like a mommy duck and 2 ducklings.. This is the fun part about digis, you can always change sizes, flip them and a lot more.. I colored the images using Copic Markers - C2, C3, C5, YR15, YR18, Y02, Y18
The little duckling images were too small, so I didnt add a lot of shading to those 2 images..
I fussy cut them and then used a black marker to outline the images to add more depth to all the images..

Now for the water shaker, I used a ziplock bag, filled it with little water, added Distress Glitter in clear rock candy and also star confetti from Martha Stewarts.. To add a little color to my water, I used Twisted Cintron Distress Stain Spray..





I also die cut my shaker window using Simon Says Stamp Stitched Circle die and used the negative diecut as the background of the shaker.. 
I used cracked pistachio and faded jeans to create the background for my shaker.. 
I then used a panel to create the shaker well using foam tapes and sticked the zip lock bag with water in the well to create the water shaker.. 





Then I sticked an acetate sheet behind the shaker window and placed this whole panel on top of the background to create the whole shaker card.. 
To stick the images I used Tombow Mono Liquid glue and finished up the card by adding sentiments from Your Next Stamp - Learning is fun



Watch the video tutorial below or to watch in HD on YouTube click Here








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