Hello!

I have another quick tutorial (if that’s what you can call my ramblings) on different ways I use my Cricut Maker to help with shaker card layouts.

I just love my Avery Elle Peek-a-Boo stamp sets so much, they are lots of fun and I enjoy playing around with them and seeing what I can do with them and their little claws/paws/hooves!

As I’ve mentioned, I am a very visual learner, and it’s the best way I can teach things too, so here is a link to my latest card with screen recordings of my Design Space if you’re interesting in seeing how I made this card.

It has been suggested that I include some links to the products that I use! I am more than happy to share these! I do just worry that as an Aussie with most subscribers being overseas, that I might be sharing shops and products that might not ship to you! So if that’s the case I apologise, and wish I could be more help.

Here are my favourite products to create cards like this and where I’m purchased them from.

Avery Elle stamp sets:
https://www.craftonline.com.au/search?type=product&q=Avery+Elle

Fine point glue applicator:
https://www.craftonline.com.au/products/universal-crafts-ultrafine-tip-glue-applicator?_pos=2&_sid=8f259e0b7&_ss=r

Clear Accetate:
https://www.scrapdragon.com.au/heat-resistant-acetate-a4-10-pkg

Gelly Roll Pens for white details:
https://www.craftonline.com.au/products/gelly-roll-classic-bright-white-ink-3-pack?_pos=22&_sid=414d61dee&_ss=r

The “Cardstock”
https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/j-burrows-premium-200gsm-a4-digital-copy-paper-250-sheets-jbdp200250

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