Thursday, 24 June 2021

Teapot Shaker Slimline Card


Hello!  The newest Fun Friday Challenge at Your Next Stamp is #167 "Home Sweet Home". I made a Fold Flap Slimline card with a shaker teapot. Tea always makes me think of home, comfort and my Mom!  I have details on how you can enter to win a prize at the end of my post.

To create the card, cut your card stock 7 x 8.5". With the 7" side across the top, score at 1.25 and 3.5". The first score creates the flap that you fold to the front of your card. You can leave it as is and decorate all the panels, but I generally adhere my flap to the front of my card at the top and bottom with thin foam tape.

Below is a better look at the shaker. Instead of foam tape, I die cut the teapot 4x from heavyweight white card stock and once from the patterned paper. Stacking them all together gave me the height I needed for the shaker elements.


Here is a look at the inside, and there is  lots of room to write a note on the white panel.


One more look ...


#1 – Would you like the chance to win a YNS stamp set? Leave a comment on the Your Next Stamp Blog by June 30, 2021 at midnight EST to be entered in the random drawing. Want more entries in the drawing? Leave comments on YNS’ IG and FB pages too!

#2 – Would you like the chance to win a YNS store e-gift card? Play along with the challenge! Link up your creation at the bottom of the post on the YNS BLOG by July 8th, 2021 at midnight EST to be entered in the random drawing to win a $15.00 YNS gift certificate. If your creation contains YNS products and you are the random winner then you receive an extra $5.00. 

For your convenience I have linked many of the products used below. Some may be affiliate links which means if you use these links to purchase I may earn a small commission at NO extra cost to you.

Additional Supplies:
Ohuhu markers
Patterned Paper - Garden Party, Pebbles - both 6 x 6 and 12 x 12"
Various filler - stash
Vellum doily - Stampin' Up

Thanks for stopping by

1 comment:

StampOwl said...

Another fun shaker