Shaking up Smiles with Halloween Shaker Cards

Shaking  up Smiles with Halloween Shaker Cards - Authentique, Creative Embellishments  and Buttons Galore

Halloween is almost here.  Are you ready?  I'm  ready.  Ok truth be told, I was ready but I ate the bag of candy I bought;  HOWEVER, I am all set with my Halloween cards AND they have been mailed.

Today my designed feature products from Authentique Paper, Creative  Embellishments Chipboard and shaker mix and 3D Button finishing accents from  Buttons Galore.  

Let's talk shaker cards and the amazing original shaker designs available  at Creative Embellishments for holiday projects and general-purpose  crafting.  The Halloween shakers have my heart, I think.  The cards  today feature the Creative Embellishments - Spider Web Shaker and the Creative  Embellishments Chipboard - Witch Hat Shaker

The cards feature Authentique's spooky fabulous collection, Masquerade, with the hauntingly classic Halloween colors, and darling ephemera.

Authentique Paper - Masquerade Collection - 12 x 12 Paper Pad  

Authentique Paper - Masquerade Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Number Seven  

Authentique Paper - Masquerade Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Number Three  

The  Authentique's Masquerade - Number Seven (ephemera sheet) was the  inspiration for the witch hat shaker card.  It's so dog gone darling it  brings me back to being a little girl and scooting around with a broom  pretending to ride it to the moon. 

I also happen to adore the Witch Hat chipboard Shaker  design from Creative Embellishments so it was a great combo.  I painted  the chipboard with painted black and filled with Buttons Galore  Shaker Mix- Haunted House Sequin  Tin.  

 3D bat buttons add the finishing touches here.  There  are two different 3D Bat buttons used - Buttons Galore 3D Bat Buttons and Buttons Galore 3D Buttons- Bats .  

The  orange ribbon was then topped with Buttons Galore Mason Jar Buttons- Halloween- MJ115

The  second card for the day is the sweet trick or treat spider web shaker card.   The Spider Web shaker was painted with a creamy white acrylic  paint and filled with Buttons Galore Sparkletz Shaker Mix -called "Boo".  

The card was topped with a creepy 3D bat and 3D Spider Buttons from Buttons Galore.

Here’s the Sparkletz shaker mix that was used as well as the  3D bat buttons and spider buttons from Buttons Galore.  They make fabulous  project toppers.  

Thank you for stopping here today and wishing you a festive  Halloween.  Happy crafting.

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