Holiday Christmas Tree Shaker
Regular Portrait Clipboard with Clear Scraps~

Snowflake Shaker Tag

Happy Friday, friends!

I have this festive Snowflake Shaker Tag to share with you today. I think its cute enough, it may just find a home on my Christmas Tree this year.

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I started off with the idea of just painting the top finishing frame a nice buttercream color with Piccolo paint, but once it was on the snowflake, I knew I had to glitter it.

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While the paint was still wet, I poured glitter willy-nilly all over to cover the snowflake.


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Tap it off and save the glitter. Voila.
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It dried in about 20 minutes. I then sealed the glitter on the ornament using an acrylic seal spray and set it aside to dry.

I built the layers to the shaker tag.

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Once all the layers are together, add in your sequins or beads. Inside my snowflake are microbeads from Martha Stewart.

Once your glittered top frame is dry, adhere it to the acrylic shaker.

I then just added festive paper to a tag, added some ribbon, then adhered the shaker to the Acrylic Tag.

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Glory to God! <3

Leah Crowe, Clear Scraps Designer

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