Tutor Technique – Double Window Shaker !

A bit difficult to photograph but I think you get the picture.  This is a publication share for the Australian Cardmaking, Stamping & Papercraft magazine where we were asked to share a ‘tutor’ technique, so mine was a double window shaker. Love this fab way to show off these beautiful design papers and stamps!

Hug - Detail
Hug – Detail

I’ll be back real soon with another video share, thanks so much for stopping by,


Other Supplies:  Prismacolor Pencils –  Beige, Light Peach, Peach, Pink, Carmine Red, Crimson Lake, Black, Light Umber, Dark Umber, Light Aqua.

21 thoughts on “Tutor Technique – Double Window Shaker !

  1. Very cute card! I’d love to see a video on how you colored in this cute lil girl! She’s so adorable! I love this stamp set from Mama Elephant it’s probably my favorite and most used stamp set! Thank you for the inspiration 🙂

  2. Absolutely stunning design and I love how you paired your pretty papers, Therese! I love the idea of a double shaker, too…very clever!

  3. Published again and I can understand why. Great card, mmmm double window very neat. Better practice more on the standard before I try this. Love the colours you used for this card.

  4. Absolutely love double shaker cards. They are a bit of a challenge to make, but you’ve made it look so easy here. This is so darn sweet! Gorgeous color choices, and love those ME stamps. My grandson wants to make shaker cards when they’re here for Thanksgiving…I guess I’d better get some practicing in, lol! This one is fabulous!

  5. Beautiful and fun!! I always love it when you include patterned paper in your designs. I have so much of it and keep buying them. Thanks for some inspiration to use them more often!

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