Awesome, Cool & Sweet Guitar Shaker Card-Karen Hasheck

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Hey Tonic lovers- welcome to the Tonic Studios U.S. blog! Karen here again today and I am so happy to be sharing a shaker card I made recently for a teenage guitar lover. I love the whole Miniature Moments line of sentiment dies available on the Tonic Studios USA website here! These sentiment dies have such a great mix of fonts and sizes. I die cut “Awesome, Sweet and Cool” many times out of white cardstock and attached them around the negative space created by die cutting the Rococo Electric Guitar out of a white square card front. I sponged on four colors of Distress Ink and attached a piece of acetate to the back of the guitar opening. I attached two layers of skinny mounting tape all around the back of the guitar opening and dumped in a bunch of beads and sequins. Then I attached the completed card front to a square card base. Shaker cards are so fun because they are interactive! Here is a picture of the shaker elements all shook up:

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On the inside of the card, I attached the die cut electric guitar and “You’re a Star” as shown here:

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If you love die cuts and crafty project inspiration and chances to win great Tonic Studios prizes, you will want to join the new Tonic Fanatics Facebook group!  Here is a link to the group or search Tonic Fanatics USA and join up today!

Tonic Studios and Nuvo Products Used: Miniature Moments “Awesome, Sweet & Cool”, Rococo Electric Guitar and “You’re A Star” from Everyday Sentiments Dies, Tonic Tangerine Die Machine, Tonic Advantage V Blade Trimmer, Tonic Funky Glue Pen; Other: sponges, Distress Inks, beads, sequins, mounting tape

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