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Christmas Gnome Shaker Card

Hello hello, Clear Scraps friends! It's Maya here on the blog today to share a festive Christmas card featuring the mini shaker gnome. Have you started your Christmas cards yet? Can't believe Christmas will be here in a month!


▼ I chose the cardstock with size 5" x 6.5". I started by adding the brick wall stencil on top of the card, securing it with low-tack tape, and then adding the Oxide Distress inks (festive berries) on the card with the round blending tool.


▼ For the gnome shaker, I started by tracing the base on patterned paper, cutting it out, and adhering the cut-out piece on the chipboard back as the background. Next, I adhered two layers of chipboard forms to the back, placed the confetti and some sequins, and glued the layer of the acrylic divider. For the chipboard top, I painted the beard in white and the hat in red with acrylic paint. After the paint dried, I adhered the chipboard top to the shaker by using tacky glue.


▼ Here is the finished look of the Christmas gnome! It's just so cute!


▼ To decorate around the card, I used the stickers & ephemera from the Echo Park Paper with My Favorite Christmas Collection.


Thank you for stopping by! Hope you enjoy the shaker card shared today. You may check HERE for all the shakers from Clear Scraps. Have a blessed Thanksgiving holiday!

Additional Products Used:
- Papers & Ephemera: Echo Park Paper (My Favorite Christmas Collection)
- Ink: Distress Oxide Ink (festive berries)
- Adhesive: Aleene's Tacky Glue & Scrapbook.com Double Sided Adhesive Foam
- Tool: Scrapbook.com Blending Tool


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