For this post, I played with more of Get Well Kit from Queen and Co. and created a shaker mask for my Poster Board:
I really like these shaker kits. This one is the mask shaker kit. I love that it comes with everything needed to create a shaker.
For the Poster Board, I created the cutting files using the Circut Design Space Software and cut them using my Cricut Explorer. I was ok with the whole design, but I felt that it needed more. Thus, when I saw this new Mask Shaker kit, I knew that it was just what I needed to give this board more texture.
My daughter had fun using gel pens and metallic markers to decorate the owl and the sign. My students are very pleased with the end result.
SNAP die cut machine
Mask Shaker Kit, Queen and Co.
Get Well Mats, Queen and Co.
Cricut Design Space Software
Cricut Cartridges and files: Disney Pooh and Mikey Mouse Fonts and
Distress Carstock, Tim Holtz and Rangers
Gel glitter pens
Double sided adhesive roll 1/8 in. Scrapbook.com
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For this post, I played with the Get Well Kit from Queen and Co. and created a get well soon card and a clip for my door sign:
This is such a fun kit to use. I really like the other shaker kits as well.
Here is the front side of the card with the matching envelop, I created with a left over strip of paper:
For the inside of the card:
I used the included clear stamps for the sentiments and used CTMH black and cherry inks. I drew the outline of the bandage using the metal die as an stencil and glitter pen.
The card base and envelop come from this kit from CTMH:
Here is a closeup of the shaker die cut bandage:
For the door sign clip, I used the same Get Well Kit and just outlined the backing paper using the transparency insert included in the shaker kit. Later I glued the shaker bandage die cut to a Dollar Tree chalk board sign clip:
Here is the inside of the shaker bandage die cut, before adding the transparency and frame: