Texture Shaker Card Using Bo Bunny Glitter Paste


Every Monday Simon Says Stamp has a blog challenge, this weeks challenge is texture. I had purchased Bo Bunny Orange Citrus and Sugar Glitter Paste a few months ago. I created a background using the orange citrus and a stencil. When I saw the challenge I decided it was time to make a card with it. (Any excuse to make a card 😃)

This paste is so much fun to work with. It goes on smooth and after it dries it does not flake like some glitter paste tend to. The sugar paste is fun because you can add any color ink to it and create your own custom color. I have attached a video using the paste below.

I decided to make a shaker card using the My Favorite Things Shaker Flower Die-Namics along with the MFT Circle Shaker Pouches. The pouches make creating a shaker card so easy. MFT designs them so they fit with their circle dies and shaker die-namics.
After cutting the flower out of Hero Arts Cerulean card stock.  I coated the flower with the Bo Bunny sugar glitter paste using a craft sponge. I applied a very light layer so it would not saturate through the card stock and warp the paper. 

For the sequence inside of the shaker I used Honey Bee Stamps Florida Dew Drops. I love these drops! They measure between 3mm to 5 mm in Florida blue and orange along with clear. They are gorgeous!  Once I had the dew drops placed where I wanted them I adhered the shaker pouch over them and added the flower.

For the sentiment I choose to use the Lawn Fawn Hello die, which I cut out of green glitter card stock that I had in my stash. I adhered it down with glossy accents and the card was complete. Very simple textured shaker card that will brighten anyone's day! 

Check out the video linked below using Bo Bunny glitter paste and don't forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel. 

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Have an awesome day!



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