FUSEables Shaker Card

Hello We R Fans! Kimberly here today with a card using the Fuse Tool from We R Memory Keepers, along with the products from the rest of the Fuse line. Shaker cards are so trendy right now and the Fuse makes it easy to create! With a couple of simple steps, you will have a handmade card ready to send to a friend to brighten their day!

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I started by heating up my Fuse Tool and placing the Fuse Mat onto my work surface. Then I grabbed the Everyday Fuse-ables Cards and Envelopes Kit. Inside the kit are pre- scored and pre-die cut cards, envelopes, sequins, plastic pockets, and embellishments. Everything you need to make several shaker cards.

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I filled one of the small, clear pockets with sequins. Then using the Fuse and the ruler, I slowly pulled the Fuse Tool tip along the edge of the ruler, with gentle pressure.

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After one pass along the ruler edge, the pocket is now sealed. How easy is that?

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The card base from the kit is a tri-fold card. The genius part about this design is the fact that you can “hide” your shaker pocket inside the card. Using the Fuse Tool, I adhered the shaker pocket to the inside of the card, behind the die-cut circle.

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After enclosing the shaker pocket inside the card, I sealed the inside card edges closed by using the Fuse Tool around the edges. Not using the ruler this time, but going slowly free-hand. You can see the “stitched” lines I created on the inside of the card.

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A couple of Fuse embellishments from the kit where also added to the inside. They too “stick” to the Fuse card base with a simple pass over of the Fuse Tool tip. Once again, leaving those “stitched” lines behind. I love the look and texture they add!

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Once the inside of the card was complete, I added several Fuse embellishments to the front. Once again securing them with the Fuse Tool.

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Not only is making a shaker card with the Fuse Tool a breeze, but adding the embellishments to complete the card is just as simple with the Fuse Tool.

Who will you send a shaker card to?

 

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5 thoughts on “FUSEables Shaker Card

  1. I want the fusible paper in packs of colors so I can make what I want to design. Does it come that way or only in predesigned cards to put together like kits. I hope not .

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