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In this video I want to show you how to make a Shaker Frame like I made for this
card here. I've already stamped the image that I want to use of these snowmen from
the Holiday Lineups Stamp Set in Black Stazon on some Whisper White card
stock and colored it with my markers and
And I'm going to use the largest ring from the Shaker Frame Set
and the inside diameter of that is one and three quarter inches. Now all of these
different sized rings coordinate
with Stampin' Up Circle Punches.
So the first thing I'm going to do is create a ring
like this from Bashful Blue card stock
by first punching
out the one and three quarter inch
circle and then I center that
in the two and a half an inch circle punch,
and then I've got my ring.
I've also cut a two and a half inch circle from a Window Sheet and I made
this Not Quite Navy
decorative frame for the top layer. I used the Circle Scissors and
cut a two inch
in the center and then I cut that out with
the Scallops Circle's Die.
So now I'm going to show you how to put this
First I'm going to take the Bashful Blue ring and
position it so that the image inside it is where I want, and I'll take my
pencil and lightly
draw some marks
just along the inside of the ring.
And then I'll take my
two and a half inch Circle Punch
and center those marks
in the circle,
and there's my background image.
Next I'm going to take
the largest circle
Shaker Frame and remove it from the backing,
and I'm going to
adhere it to this circle
using the lines I drew as guides
for positioning it.
Now don't take this cover off yet.
You want to add a pinch of mica first so that the mica doesn't stick to your
And you need just a small
pinch otherwise your background image isn't going to show very well.
Now I can take this cover piece off
my window sheet circle,
and there's your little
So to finish it off,
I'll next add
my Bashful Blue ring,
and I'm going to adhere this just with some Mini Glue Dots.
And then position at so it covers up this Shaker Frame foam.
comes the Not Quite Navy
layer and I'm going to use just some Snail Adhesive on that.
And there it is, ready to go on my card.
So I hope you have a lot of fun
playing with the Shaker Frames
in your studio. For more inspiration and instruction,
be sure to visit my website www.StampingMadly.com
and the Mad Stamper YouTube channel.