Baby Gnome Shaker Card

Hello, fellow card makers and happy Thursday!! Brenda here with a sweet baby gnome card featuring the Gnome One More Adorable Stamp Set!!

I started by stamping the darling gnome from the Gnome One More Adorable Stamp Set onto white cardstock with InkOn3 Blackout Ink. I colored her with Copic markers, added highlights with a white gel pen, then used the Coordinating Die to cut it out. I also blended a small square of white cardstock with Mowed Lawn and Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide Inks using Blending Buddy Brushes.

Next, I stamped the Polkadot Pattern Background Stamp onto white cardstock with Sweet Petunia Pink Ink. It was cut out with the Modern Embossed Window Panel #2 Die.

The top layer of “baby” from the Simply Sentimental: Baby Die Set was cut three times from white cardstock and the bottom layer twice. One of the top layers was inked with Sweet Petunia Pink Ink, then they were stacked and adhered together with liquid glue. The sub-sentiment, from the Gnome One More Adorable Stamp Set, was stamped onto white cardstock with the same ink, then cut out with the Coordinating Die. I also die-cut some hearts from the Gnome One More Adorable Coordinating Die Set and colored those with the same ink (I didn’t end up using them though).

I adhered a small piece of acetate behind the window with Rip & Stick Tape. Next, I applied adhesive foam strips on the back of the panel around the opening, filled it with Candy Cottage Confetti and adhered the ink-blended panel to the back. I added adhesive foam strips to the back of the panel and adhered it to an A2 white card base.

The gnome and sub-sentiment were adhered with adhesive foam strips and the “baby” die-cut with liquid glue.

I LOVE how this turned out and hope you do, as well!!

Thank you so much for stopping by today!! Have a wonderful Thursday and I’ll see you next week!!


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