Smile – Shaker Pocket Card Front

This is my first process video.  I’m sure you can tell how nervous I was to do a voice over.

In this video, I’m creating a shaker pocket card front using a partial die cutting technique.

Materials used:

  • Lawn Fawn circle die
  • Distressed Inks
  • Canson Watercolor Paper
  • Dr PH Martin Hydrus Liquid Watercolor in Carbon Black
  • Tim Holtz Waterbrush
  • Mini clipboard from Michaels
  • Cuttlebug Manual Die Cutting Machine

I did not show how to create a shaker pocket in this video, just the card front.  A future video will feature the actual shaker pocket process using a Fuse tool and a page protector.

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I’m playing ‘catch up’ with posting these videos on my blog.  My channel actually releases a new video every Tuesday and Thursday.

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