VIDEO: Full Panel Shaker Graduation Card

VIDEO: Full Panel Shaker Graduation Card

Hello friends!! I’m just popping in to share a couple cards and video I created with the new Graduation Combo from Waffle Flower Crafts!


Check out the video to get all the details on how I like to create full panel shaker cards and how I added lots of depth and dimension to the graduation panel.

Full Panel Shaker Graduation Card

Watch below or on my YouTube channel.

To create these cards I first die cut two panels with the Graduation Panel Die, one out of gray cardstock and one out of black. Next, I rotated the panel 180 degrees and then colored the bottom of my hats with a copic marker on the gray panel. I then adhered the black panel on top of the rotated gray panel and then adhered the two onto an A2 panel of gray cardstock.


I then cut a sheet of acetate down to 5 1/4″ x 6 1/2″ and then scored all the sides at 1/2″. Next, I added double-sided adhesive tape to the scored tabs and then inserted my stacked panels. I then removed the backing on the tape and folded three of the tabs over onto the panels creating a pocket.


Next, I filled the pocket with sequins and some of the gray caps left over from die cutting the gray panel with the Graduation Panel Die. I then removed the backing on the last tab and folded it over. Next, I die cut a rounded rectangle frame out of white cardstock with the Classic Frames Dies. I then stamped a sentiment in Versafine and heat embossed in clear. Next, I finished my sentiment by stamping a little graduation cap in gray and then adhered it onto the shaker card. I then finish my card by adhering the panel onto the front on an A2 top-folding card base made from 110lb cardstock.

And that’s it! I hope you enjoyed today’s card and video! Thank you so much for stopping by!



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