Here is the tutorial for my shaker blooms that I promised you in THIS post. :)
Lay down the matching red line "ring" OVER the acetate. Remove the strip, and adhere your card stock frame.
Then I created a fringed border by slicing the card stock every 1/8" and then crinkling it in my fingers a bit to get it malleable. I also curled the fringe back as shown:
Here is the next shaker I created. I filled it most of the way with beads. It was a happy accident. LOL I think about 1/5th of my glitter got dumped in here so it REALLY shines. LOL I couldn't really get it out, so I just called it good. LOL
Here it is on the next flower:
Here is another fun use for the shakers. You can put the shakers behind a piece of card stock (or flower).
Start by punching a hole where you want the shaker.
Add the adhesive ring.
Remove the liner and add your matching acetate circle.
Add the shaker foam, remove the liner, and add beads and glitter.
Seal it with a corresponding circle-punched piece of card stock.
Now you can add a frame if you want to.
Here are all 3 blooms embellished:
I then adhered the sticks to the red line tape, and the blooms to the top of each "stem".
If you've hung in there with me all this time, thank you. :) If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail or leave a comment. You can purchase the circle shakers, square shakers and many other sticky products right HERE in my sticky stuff store.
Stamps: Who's That Gardening Girl (will be available for purchase on July 7th)
Paper: Cosmo Cricket DeLovely, Yoyo Yellow, Raspberry
Ink: Memento Black
Accessories: Circle Shakers, red line dots, red line dimensional dots, glittered garnishes, microbeads, glitter, ribbon, felt, paper shred, baby braddies, jumbo ric rac Die-namics die