Jul 31 2019

Coffee Shaker Card (with Video Tutorial) – by Jill Hilliard

Good Wednesday morning!

It’s another great day with a fun treat to share. Jill created a super fun coffee themed shaker card and shows us just how to do it in an easy-to-follow video tutorial. Take a look at Jill’s card.

 

 

This is surely a fun one. Everyone loves a shaker!

The heart shaped window is filled with gold sequins that are so fun to shake, shake, shake!

The sentiment is stamped inside the acetate window.

 

 

I think this is my favorite sentiment in the set!

There is just nothing that can compare to sharing a cup of coffee with a friend.

 

 

Watch Jill’s video to see just how she created this fun shaker card.

If you’ve never made a shaker before, you’ll be itching to make one as soon as you get through Jill’s video.

These are truly so very easy – not to mention SUPER FUN!!!

 

Fun card – just love it!

Holly made a coffee shaker a couple weeks back – click in to see it if you missed it. Hers is cleverly filled with ground coffee! It uses the same stamps, dies and paper as Jill used today, so it gives you another idea using this fun shaker technique.

You can find Jill’s post on her blog here.

These are the supplies you’ll need to replicate Jill’s shaker card:

Stamps: A Cup of Java (Coffee) by Stamp Simply Clear Stamps

Dies: A Cup of Java (Coffee) by Stamp Simply Clear Stamps

Farmhouse Pierced Nested Hearts Dies by Stamp Simply Clear Stamps

Paper: Coffee by Echo Park

Acetate (for shaker window)

Cardstock – White, Brown

Ink: Memento Ink – Rick Cocoa

Embellishments: Sequins – Gold

Adhesives: Tombow Mono-Multi Liquid Glue, 3D Foam Strips & Squares

A Cup of Java (Coffee) by Stamp Simply Clear Stamps

These sets coordinate beautifully with our previous coffee sets called Coffee or Tea?

You will be able to mix and match both sets of stamps and dies for truly endless possibilities!

Find all coffee themed products in stock here.

This is the Farmhouse Pierced Nested Hearts die set.

I love the delicate pierced edging detail and the somewhat plump shape of these hearts.

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Coffee by Echo Park

What a super fun paper pad for those coffee themed projects!

We are all {{{ loving }}} this one!

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2 responses so far

2 Responses to “Coffee Shaker Card (with Video Tutorial) – by Jill Hilliard”

  1. Donna Whitten says:

    Love your sweet card! Thanks for the tutorial.

  2. Amy Tsuruta says:

    What a fun shaker! I’m going to share it in the Coffee Loving Papercrafters FB group!

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