Bright postcard shaker using sprays Starbursts with Oleksandr

Hi all! Today it’s Oleksandr Azarov with you on the Lindy’s Blog, and we will create a bright postcard shaker card.

Let me show you how…

First, I cut out the base of the postcard from watercolor paper and cut out glasses with a cocktail using a punching knife, this will be our shaker.

With a wide brush based on a postcard, I paint stripes using a spray Yellow Rose of Texas Shimmer Spray. And at the end I add a little splash.

Using a stamp, translucent embossing powder and embossing powder Fairy Garden Green Glittery EP adding glitter to the base.

I paint the cut-out glasses with cocktails in random order with sprays:

I add some more embossing powder Desert Moon Copper Teal EP to add texture

On the reverse side of the base, I glue a transparent film and voluminous adhesive tape around the perimeter.

I pour filler for the shaker, stars, and glue the shaker to the base of the postcard.

Glue prepared glasses with a cocktail into the background hole and add an inscription. And our rustling postcards are ready.

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Transparent ink, stamps, watercolor papers, bulk tape, transparent film

Thank you and see you soon!


Oleksandr Azarov

My name is Oleksandr. I live in the city of Kyiv, Ukraine. I love scrapbooking and experiments)

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