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Looking to take your shaker cards to the next level? Check out this genius Shaker Box by Brand Ambassador, Elena Olinevich. Elena has created a vibrant storage box using our Midnight Masquerade paper collection and our Deep Rectangle Matchbook Box. To go along with this brilliant box, we also have a Midnight Masquerade album below by Pam Bray. Pam shares multiple tips on how to better use our paper collections, and she has also included a YouTube video. So let's get ready and start this dance of creativity.
But wait, we have our weekly blog winner to announce! The winner of this week's stunning prize package is...Carol Golla! This is what Carol said on Magda’a Craft Studio blog: “I loved your craft room tour! I try to keep mine organized and always appreciate new tips. Graphic 45 paper groups are the best, most beautiful papers out there.” Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your prize, and thank you to everyone who left comments and feedback on this week’s blog posts!
This weeks prize package is an A Ladies’ Dairy - Deluxe Collector’s Edition, Portrait of a Lady 12x12 Paper Pad, Portrait of a Lady 12x12 Patterns & Solids Pad, Ephemera Cards, Chipboard, Staples, Shabby Chic Keys, Ornate Brads, and Policy Envelopes, a $110 value.
Midnight Masquerade Matchbook Box
“The shakers are the most popular trend nowadays. So I thought why wouldn’t try it not just for the cards?
Never guess what is hidden inside, however, it’s a good chance to create a box that keeps something secret.
I put the card with a quote “ There‘s a Little Mystery hiding inside every woman”. So very true, so that I thought it would be a great background for it, isn’t it?
I used the Staples Matchbook box, and it has a window - so perfect for any shaker. I covered it with an acrylic film and put the sequins inside. My color choice was determined by the colors of Midnight Masquerade collection.
I made a beautiful frame for it using the paper and the die cut and embellished the shaker window with the flowers and the fussy cutting images
I played with the layers and foam mounted some of the images for a more dimensional look.
I also used the colored feathers, I kept them for almost 10 years, finally, they came out from the box, and they match the mask perfectly.
To open the box easily - I added Antique Metal Door Pull, that I placed on the top of it.
Graphic 45 Supplies:
Docraft Acrylic Film, Spellbinders Dies, Prima Marketing Flowers and String
Feathers and Sequins
Looking for more Midnight Masquerade projects?
Check out this fun-filled album by Pam Bray.
Midnight Masquerade Album with Tutorial
By Pam Bray
Epherema Cards can be used as photo mats.
Epherema Cards when fussy cut and layered together create a great way to make embellishments for page layouts or card fronts.
Epherema Cards can be used for cards, layout journaling, or to add to pockets.
Fussy cut two like images from Epherema Cards or from pattern paper; layer together to form embellishments.
Using tags, pockets, and chipboard pieces creates quick and easy embellishments for pages and tags.
Decorate fronts and backs of each pocket insert and tag to have extra places for photos and memorabilia.
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What a gorgeous blog post, big thanks to Elena Olinevich and Pam Bray for sharing your creative whimsies. We hope you are ready to pick up your papers and start your own dance with creativity. Be sure to try out one of Pam's tips and tricks and let us know how it goes down below in the comments. We wish you a wonderful weekend and be sure to join us on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube for inspiration all weekend long.