Multi Window Shaker Card Tutorial!

Hi friends! Today there is a whole lotta shakin’ going on with this card! I’ll show you how to create a multi window shaker card. You can use any shape you like to make it fit your needs. I love versatile techniques.


There are quite a few steps here and lots of tips and tricks in today’s video. I hope you like it!


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This project is a bit more complicated than others. Please allow 30 minutes to an hour to make it if you have never made a shaker card. Complete instructions and tips in the video! I hope you give this project a try and let me know what you think. Happy crafting!

11 Responses

  1. Very cute card!


  2. So many great tips. Love the honey comb with the 🐝 bees


  3. I appreciate your clear explanations.


  4. That card is simply bee-utiful!


  5. very pretty Lindsay


  6. Great tutorial, and I like the bee theme! I make shaker cards primarily for Christmas and birthdays, but I use thicker 1/8″ foam tape. I’ve been trying to find thinner tape so that they’re more suitable for mailing (using the 1/8th inch thick foam tape makes my cards *just* within the allowed rate for using one USA Forever stamp, but I feel like it’s pushing it – so I take those cads to the post office to make sure they’re good).

    How thick is your foam tape? I looked at the linked tape in your post, but I don’t see anywhere a mention of how thick it is (just how wide and long).


  7. Super cute! Thanks for sharing!


  8. Great tutorial. Wanted to know what the name of the ink blender brush is. I would like to get some, but cannot find them. Thanks so much.


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