Chalk Talk Christmas Cobbler Shaker

I finally got to use the Shaker Frames which have been sitting on my desk for many months.This basic Christmas card has a base of Cherry Cobbler, a layer of Season of Style DSP, a piece of Originals Mistletoe Old Olive Ribbon [retired] and the shaker.

To make the shaker, I stamped an image from Chalk Talk in Old Olive on Whisper White and cut it with the matching Chalk Talk Framelit. The centre was punched out with the 1-3/8″ circle punch. A sentiment from the retired Merry Minis was stamped onto a piece of Whisper White and the shaker frame added. Some Champagne Glass Glitter was added and a piece of window sheet placed over the top. This was then adhered behind the Chalk Talk image and attached to the card.

Chalk Talk Christmas Cobbler Shaker

So easy! Now I can see lots of possibilities for using these frames.

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