Hi Friends! I’m still playing around with some new lights and video set up so here is another quick little video set to music. Thank you for your patience as I play around. All the supplies will be listed at the end of this post.
Today I’m making a fun little window shaker card using some products from Gina K Designs.
You can view the video down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.
On another piece of Layering White cardstock, I’m going to ink blend Key Lime, Turquoise Sea, Tranquil Teal and In The Navy Ink using my blending brushes. Using my Misti tool and Misti Corners, I’m going to stamp the lighthouse image from the Time To Coast Card Kit in Obsidian Ink onto my blended panel and let that dry.
Next, I will add a piece of acetate to the back of die cut window using liquid glue. Then I can line the edges with Foam Strips. I’ll actually need to double layer the foam strips to give myself enough room for the shaker bits to move around.
I’ll fill my shaker well with Clear Quartz Solid Sequins and Snowy Sunrise Sequins, peel back the release paper on the foam strips and add my blended panel.
Then I can add my shaker window to a piece of heavy weight white cardstock measuring 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ using a tape runner.
I’ll finish off the card with a simple die cut word from the Time To Coast stamp set die cut from Black Onyx cardstock.
Hope you enjoyed this quick little post and thank you for spending time with me while I play around with some new video set up.
NOTE: If you have seen my Craft Room Tour, you may already know that I work from my kitchen. I was using a large light that I have to drag in and out of the kitchen to film and honestly it was becoming very cumbersome and just in the way. I’m trying to work through some new lighting that doesn’t take up so much space and I can leave out.
These quick little videos are just me experimenting with the lighting and how it looks when I go to edit the video. Already took the time to film, make the card and edit, I figured as might as well turn it into a real video but just not a lot of time to voiceover when kids are home for the summer.