How to Make a Shaker Card | Birthday Card

8 Materials
15 Minutes

Hello Crafters

In this DIY, I'm teaching you how to make a shaker card from scraps, design paper & plastic sheet!

These Shaker Cards are incredibly cute and creative! You can use them as birthday cards, thank you cards etc!

Let's have some fun!

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Step 1: Gather Your Tools & Supplies.


  • 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" White Card
  • 5" X 3 1/2" White Card Window
  • Paper Butterflies and Circles
  • 3 1/2" X 3" Plastic sheet
  • Adhesive tape
  • Adhesive foam squares


  • Ruller
  • Ink pads
  • Scissor
  • Pen
  • Newfrog Stamps

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Step 2: Watch the Video!

For some people it's easier to watch a video than following step by step photos

So if you are one of them I hope that this video will help you !

Check the video at the top of this page.

Step 3: Making the Window for the Card.

Stick the White Card Window and the plastic sheet together using adhesive tape.

Step 4: Stamp Your Message on It.

I used some stamps from  Newfrog, very good quality at affordable prices

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Step 5: Design It.

As you can see in the photo, I've used some purple ink on the sides to make it look more stylish :D

Step 6: Decorate the Card.

Step 6

Stick a design paper triangle ( same size as the plastic sheet ) on the white card using adhesive tape.

Step 7: Stick the Window on the Card.

Add adhesive foam squares on the window.

Step 7

Add the paper butterflies and circles on the card and than stick the window on top.

Step 8: Final Touches.

Used again some ink on the sides and than using a pen I've added some dots on the window sides :)

Now you know how to do a Shaker Card

Start crafting and impress your loved ones!

P.S. Did you like the Shaker Card? If yes, for sure you'll like my other cards as well  Check my blog below for more tutorials like this!

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Giulia Talmacel
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