Monday, May 28, 2018

Monochromatic With DT Marine

Hello crafty friends, it's Marine from Design Team! This week, we will share different projects using monochromatic colors. Here is mine, a shaker card, in coral/red tones.

I first started by stamping the flowers on white cardstock, next I colored them using my alcohol markers, and fussy cut them. I cut two rectangles from red cardstock, one slightly smaller than the other. From this smaller rectangle, I die cut an inside scalloped frame that I kept attached by taping it at the back. And at the back of that smaller rectangle, I attached a piece of clear acetate to create the shaker window.

At the back of that window panel, I put four layers of double sided around the opening to create dimension for my sequins. Once the sequins were in the window, I closed it using a piece of pattern paper. And next I attached that shaker panel to the large red rectangle previously cut.

I attached the flowers at the bottom of the window using double sided tape. Die cut the word Sending, attached it on the window and stamped the second part of the sentiment directly on the acetate using stazon black ink (perfect to stamp on acetate or vellum)


To finish the project, I attached the window panel to a red card base, and applied glossy accents to the word Sending to add some shine.

I hope you liked this card, see you soon on the blog! :D


- Kindness stamp set

- Inside Scalloped Rectangle die set

- Sending die

- Wishful Thoughts stamp set

- Shimmer sequins


  1. Beautiful shaker card!!
    Have a great day!

  2. Breathtaking florals on this card. Thanks for sharing your creativity.


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