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Shaker Tag

With Makers Movement

What a fun twist on making a shaker card, a shaker tag. The Makers Movement sent me a new set of Rainbow Shaker elements and I wanted to try them out. I was ready to make a shaker tag with the Nested Tag Die Set and the Hello Word Die.

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Using the CrossOver II I cut my cardstock and transparency sheet. I used the nested dies to press into the adhesive foam core and then cut it with a craft knife. The CrossOver II can handle all kinds of material because it has a unique dial that can adjust the steel rollers for a variety of different thicknesses.

Here are all the cut pieces ready to begin assembling them together. You can see the entire process in the video tutorial below.

Video Tutorial:

The close-up above shows the thickness of the three layers of embossing powder. The pearlescent quality of the embossing changed the color of the card stock some of which add to the difference between the layers of white letters on the white tag.

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