I've been seeing lots of examples around the internet of the Window Die being made into a shaker so I wanted to give that a try. It works really well! After cutting out the window using chipboard, I painted it with crackle paint. (A thinner layer because I wanted smaller crackles and didn't want to warp the chipboard.) I glued a piece of clear plastic cut from some packaging to the back of the window. I cut a rectangle of cardstock that fit behind the window to stamp the background on. After preparing the background, I placed strips of foam tape all around the perimeter of the background. Don't leave any gaps or your glitter will escape! I poured in a bit of glitter and then carefully stuck the window front on. The glitter shakes freely in the space between the backing card and the plastic. Fun!
The poinsettias were cut out of white coffee filters and misted with Perfect Pearls Biscotti to give a subtle glimmer. The mini numerals I colored with alcohol inks to accent the color of the maroon mat (which I inked using the new Tim Holtz Harlequin Stencil). I hope you've enjoyed my project! It could easily be made into a Christmas card.
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