Hello, Crafty Peeps!
Today, I am sharing a new technique I learned for creating a fun and unique shaker card. This is my second "wet" shaker project and I am definitely hooked. The other benefit of learning this technique was that I finally opened the Fuse tool that I purchased (or received as a gift) over 4 years ago.
I don't like this one as much as I did my first project (which will post here on Monday) but it is still a really cool card to give someone. The Hubster and my grandson got a real kick out of pushing down on the "water" and making the sequins move around. It is kinda cool, I must admit. I still think I need to be more gen I ordered a few more aquatic-themed stamps and dies so I can vary my underwater scenes. I need some little fish!
Stuff I Used:
Stamps: Sea Friends
Paper: The Paper Studio
Plastic: WRMK Plastic Sleeve
Liquid: Assured Hand Sanitizer
Misc: Distress and Distress Oxide Inks- Broken China, Weathered Wood, Stormy Sky