PWA designer Julie Imsland created a totally new and unique idea using two shaker card pouches!
2 – Impression Obsession Oval “Shake It” Shaker Card Pouches from Pennywise Arts
Core’dinations Whitewash Collection Cardstock, Butterchurn
White chipboard scraps
Narrow White Cording
White RickRack Trim
Ek Success™ Alpine Trail Edge Punch
Martha Stewart Crafts™ Frosty Village Edge Punch
Make a template for the inside of the shaker by laying an oval shaker pouch face down on a chipboard scrap. With a pencil trace around the small oval face and cut this pattern out inside the pencil line. Check to make sure this template will fit the inside edge of the shaker. Trim as needed.
Cut 1 ½”, 2 ¼”, 2 ¾” strips of the Butterchurn paper in 4” lengths. (Note one side of the paper is pale yellow and the other is white.)
For the snowy scene: Punch 2 narrow and 3 wide strips with the Alpine Trail edge punch. Punch 2 medium strips with the Frosty Village edge punch.
Cut 4 spacers from chipboard scraps. These will be trimmed to be hidden between some of the scene strips to create dimension.
Create layered shaker scene using the oval template as a pattern to mark and trim the sides of each strip, and gradually reduce the height of each layer. Note one side of the paper is pale yellow and the other is white; refer to the list below to know which color should be facing outward.
Layer strips as follows using a tape runner or glue stick to attach the layers:
1. Narrow white trees
2. Chipboard spacer
3. Medium white village
4. Wide yellow trees
5. Chipboard spacer
6. Wide white trees—this is the tallest strip, turn it over and these will be yellow trees
7. Chipboard spacer
8. Wide white trees
9. Medium yellow village
10. Chipboard spacer
11. Narrow white trees
Peel the cover from the adhesive around the outside edge of one of the shaker pouches. Dot the bottom edge of the layered stack with SureTac glue to adhere the stacked snowy scene inside the shaker. Spoon about a teaspoon of white micro beads into the shaker.
Peel the cover from the adhesive of the remaining shaker pouch add a bead of SureTac glue all the way around and carefully stick the two adhesive edges together. Pinch them tightly all around the outside edge to insure not beads will “escape”.
Dot a bit of SureTac glue at the two side and along the bottom of the shaker to secure a narrow cord for hanging the ornament.
Use 1/8” O’So Sticky tape to adhere rick rack around the outside edge of each side of the shaker.
So stunning Julie! Thanks for sharing!