Foiled Happy Birthday Infinity Shaker Card

Birthday Bash Fabulous Foiling A2 Card Fronts Happy Birthday Word Die Set Infinity Shaker Card Justin Adkins Razzle Dazzle Sequins Shaker card Sparkling Fuchsia Fabulous Toner Foil

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Hello, friends! Justin from Just a Note by Justin here, and today I am sharing a birthday card that is SHAKING with color using some fun products from the June 2024 Release! I am always a sucker for infinity shaker cards, and I adore that they are so easy to put together!

This card uses the brand new Happy Birthday Word Die Set, along with some brand new paper and foil.
Below is a list of Picket Fence Studios products that I used to create this card:
Now let's get to the shakin' and card makin'!
I started this card by creating my background, which was really easy. Using the Full Front Shaker A2 Die, I die cut my the shape from a Shaker Sheet. I took a pattern from the Birthday Bash Fabulously Glossy Cardstock A2 Card Fronts (which, as the name lends, are pre-cut to A2-size) and lined the backside edges with double sided tape. I removed the tape backing for 3 sides, placed my acetate shaker die on top, and folded over the sides to the back of the panel so that it was nicely adhered. Before sealing the final side, I poured some Razzle Dazzle sequins into shaker base, removed the tape backing, and sealed off my shaker card. I adhered this whole unit to an A2-size card base.

Next, I took the Happy Birthday Word Die Set, and die cut the word "HAPPY" from white paper. I saved the negative and set the die cuts aside.

I then turned on my Mini Minc machine. Using a piece a black toner sheet with adhesive backing from my stash, I placed a small strip of Fuchsia Sparkle Fabulous Foil on top of my toner sheet, and processed it through my Mini Minc. When the foil transferred, I then die cut the "birthday" word die cut from the foiled panel.
Using the "HAPPY" negative die cut, I adhered my "HAPPY" letters into place on top of my acetate, and then removed the backing of my foiled letters and pressed them into place (the adhesive toner sheet was really a game changer here)!
And there you have it! A super colorful birthday shaker card!
Thank you so much for stopping by the Picket Fence Studios blog today for some Birthday Inspiration! There is so much celebratory fun to be found in the June 2024 release, and I can't wait to see what you make!

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Happy Crafting!


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