Spellbinders – Flea Market Finds Shaker Card

Hello again crafty friends. I’m back today with another card featuring the Spellbinders Flea Market Finds Collection from Cathe Holden. When I pull out these products they just make me want to get inky and messy. The more layers and dimension the more I like what I’m creating with them.

Today I started with plain white envelopes in front of me and just played around grabbing ink, stamps, trying different papers, all the things.

After creating my first envelope on the left, I was looking at the die set and wanted to see what the second envelope was like if I cut the window out of the front. That’s when I immediately thought to make it a shaker with some Spellbinders sequins inside.

Once my envelopes were created and glued together, I started layering fun pieces from the Miscellany Printed Die Cut pack all over. Once I had a general idea of how I wanted it to look, I started gluing the pieces together.

With the my images all adhered together in a big clump, I chose a piece of paper from the Florals 2 Palette paper pad and trimmed it to fit an A2 card front. After adhering that down I wanted some texture so I inked one edge with tattered rose distress oxide ink and then splattered the whole panel with the same ink.

I adhered my images down and trimmed off the excess. Then I tied twine around the top of the card for added texture and interest.

I’m having so much fun creating all of these very different cards that have no sentiment on the front so they can be used for any occasion I choose. It’s great!

Products used:
Spellbinders Mini Envelopes 2 dies
Spellbinders Coat Check Miscellany printed die cuts
Spellbinders Florals 2 Palette paper pad
Spellbinders Reading Matter stamps

Spellbinders Smooth Discs – champagne
Distress Oxide – tattered rose
Bearly Art liquid glue

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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