Shaker Card | Save the Crafty YouTuber Video hop

Hi everyone! Today I am thrilled to announce that I am part of the Save the Crafty YouTuber video hop! YAAAAY! This hop was initiated by Justine Hovey, and it's about cardmaking video tutorials created by a group of talented crafters of all different styles and levels. We are coming together to give our viewers a chance to discover other amazing cardmakers. I created a super easy quick Lawn Fawn shaker card tutorial for you, I hope you will enjoy it. 

There will be prizes to be won at each stop in the hop, plus you will get the opportunity to discover new crafty channels.

All you have to do is watch, like the videos, consider subscribing and click the link in the video description to hop to the next video. So if you want to win you need to left a comment by the 5th of June. Prizes will be announced on the 10th of June on Justine’s channel and blog. You can find her links in the video description. In your comment you should mention that you are from the US or that you are an INTERNATIONAL. You DO NOT have to comment on every video in the hop but the more you comment, the more chances you have to win a prize.


And now let's see how I made this cute and easy Lawn Fawn shaker card and don't forget, if you want to win or you like my inspiration feel free to comment on my video. And if you hit the subscribe button I will be over the moon. :)

I am starting the cardmaking process with ink blending on a green cardstock with Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide Ink. Then I continue the blending process with Shaded Lilac Distress Oxide Ink on a die-cut, what I made with the How You Bean shaker Add-On from Lawn Fawn.

Next I started the coloring and I am going to use my copic markers. I started with Yellow Green and Green Markers. If you go through the coloring twice, you will get better results. If you want to skip the coloring process jump to the indicated time. 

When it was done I put my card together, so I chose a patterned paper from the Really Rainbow and Spiffy Speckles paper packs. I used the stitched scalloped rectangle frames and the park shadowbox add on dies from lawn fawn. And finally my Lawn Fawn shaker card was ready.

Your next stop in the video hop is Lindsey Adreon's video. Remember that the more videos you watch and comment, the higher your chance to win! If you get lost along the way or if you want even more information on the hop, you can visit Justine’s website.

Thank you very much for reading through my post, I hope that you have enjoyed my video and I have inspired you! I wish you happy video hopping and good luck. 


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  1. Olala, I love your wiwid colurs. You made so beautiful shaker card.
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