Are you looking for some cool new card folds that you can master to expand your card making repertoire? Do you want sparkles, cake sprinkles and cool 3D elements on your card? Or are you looking for ideas for our free kitchen printables? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this clever DIY shaker card is for you!
We’ll include written step-by-steps for this clever kinetic creation here. If you prefer to see a video of the shaker card tutorial rather than our photo guide, scroll down to the bottom of this post.
You will need
Using the template, cut the main mechanism with a craft knife from the floral design paper. Mountain fold the inner flap to create an easel and score a small tab along the bottom.
Create a pull tab using the template. Attach to the reverse of the small tab you folded in step 1, placing adhesive only on the tab to allow the easel to stand up when pulled.
Layer the mechanism onto red card, securing on the reverse along the sides and bottom only, so the easel can slide. Cut a three-sided top layer from coordinating card and attach to the front.
Attach acetate behind the red card and place foam tape around the aperture. Fussy cut mini doughnuts and sprinkle onto the acetate, along with glitter. Seal with a square of card.
Fussy cut the large oven and découpage elements. Create a mini shaker in the oven door by cutting an aperture into the door and filling with glitter. Back the aperture with acetate.
Poke some wire through the top of the cupboard door and loop around a tea towel, allowing it to swing. Add enamel dots for the handles and découpage the oven with sticky foam pads.
Attach your découpaged oven to the slider mechanism, securing along the tab and bottom half of the easel only. Fussy cut a pot and add rice and a sentiment to finish.
More makes with the kitchen card downloads
You can find other ideas and different cards you can make with this printables set! Click to see the ideas and where you can download the free kitchen printables