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Falling Snow Holiday Shaker Card

What would the holidays be without a little snow? Send warm-climate friends and family an interactive holiday shaker card with a magical falling-snow effect.

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Create Frame Window

Cut window/acetate sheet slightly smaller than outside dimensions of frame. Line frame with high-tack, double-sided tape and peel release liner from tape (Image 1). Place window sheet onto back of frame and burnish well (Image 2).

Create Shaker

Line stamped focal image with foam tape, leaving no gaps in the corners (Image 1). Add about one teaspoon of chunky glitter to inside cavity of shaker before removing the tape liner (Image 2). Tip: If frame contains too much glitter, it will not shake well. Remove tape liner (Image 3). Carefully place window frame on top of the shaker base and burnish edges (Image 4).

Complete Card's Construction

Using foam tape, center then attach finished snow scene to the card base.

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