Stamped Acetate Shaker Card

Hi Everyone, and welcome back! Today I’m sharing a stamped acetate shaker card using the latest release from Catherine Pooler Designs. How pretty is that ink splat background in a shaker?

I began by blending rainbow shades of Catherine Pooler ink onto the Ink Splat Background, and then stamped onto A2 size CP cardstock. Then I placed the large Butterfly In Bloom stamp into the MISTI, and cut the acetate window for stamping.

Most crafters have used StazOn Ink at some point as a great permanent ink for many non-porous surfaces, but many have never used StazOn Pigment Ink. I have to tell you that it is a crafter’s secret stamping weapon! StazOn Pigment Ink stamps on acetate really well, and dries almost instantly. I use the MISTI just in case I need to re-stamp a couple of times. Here’s a big tip though: Buy the refill, because it does seem to dry out pretty quickly.

Adhere the window to the front frame, add the foam tape, sequins, and adhere. Ta-dah!! There you have an artsy shaker card! What do you think? Let me know if you’ve tried StazOn Pigment Ink, and if you like it as much as I do. Love and artsy hugs!

Erin

PS – Don’t forget the free shipping at CP! Use code FREEDOM today!

Catherine Pooler Butterfly In Bloom Stamp

Catherine Pooler Postage Stamp Dies

Catherine Pooler Ink Splat Background Stamp

Catherine Pooler Sequins

Catherine Pooler Inks

StazOn Pigment Ink – (Not sold at CP)

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