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Old 10-16-2004, 02:07 PM   #1  
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Default I have a question about shaker cards

so, as the subject line says, I have a question about shaker cards, how do you make them, I have seen them everywhere, and would love to know how to make one. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
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P.s. I saw this really cute one that was for a pregnacy congrats that had a baby in mom's belly that was a shaker. now I can't find it, anyone know who did that one? I LOVE IT!!
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Old 10-16-2004, 02:31 PM   #2  
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check under resources at top of page and Beate has some GREAT directions with pictures there. Also if you do a search for 'shaker cards' in the techniques forum you will probably come up with tons and tons of posts about them, variations on making etc..
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Is this the baby card you meant?

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...cat=fav&page=2
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Hi Amy.

I have used Beate's directions under the resources section that Dorinda mentioned. The directions have pictures to look at and are very easy to follow. The pictures helped me out a lot to be able to actually see what I needed to do. Thank you Beate for your wonderful tutorials. You are awesome!
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Hey, kjboatright
That is the card I meant, I saw it with one baby though, buttons, and the tummy was a shaker.
It was so cute!
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Yes, go see Beate's WONDERFUL tutorial...that's how I learned to do shakers. The first one I ever did (starfish) is posted in my gallery...she made it soooo easy, that my first card looks like I knew what I was doing!
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