The shaker doesn't "work" very well, it was made with a small section of a card protector page - I punched some hearts and inserted them and a little fine glitter then sealed the top with my food saver. I punched the opening with the word window punch and ½" circle punch then layered the "shaker" between two sheets of white cardstock. It is too tightly together for the insides to shake, so my next one with either leave this out or have a better shaker.
Date: Friday, May 19, 2006 GMT Views: 872
Registered: May 29, 2004 Location: Meridian, Idaho Posts: 115
Wed, May 24, 2006 @ 9:34 AM
Very neat idea! Just hope I can get some time in the near future to work on some of these new great ideas. I keep wondering if some of these "bubble" things on stuff you buy like brads in soft plastic bubbles would work on shaker cards. Those probably would have to be sent in padded envelopes. Good work, though. Experimenting is the only way to learn sometimes!
That is so funny nannamae, I have kept a few different "bubbles" from packaging to try and use for shaker boxes, they aren't really soft plastic (like flexible), but they are molded in the shape of the item - I haven't done anything with them yet, I only seem to get things done when I have a deadline :)