EASY Interactive Halloween Card? Why not Try SHAKING It Up!

Do you love changing up what you put into your shaker cards? There are so many options, and today I chose one that looks good enough to eat!

Have you seen these Sprinkletz before? Oh, they are such FUN and come in many different shapes and colours. To me, they look like lollies (sweeties/sweets)? Now I need to know what you call them in your country 🤔, please let me know in the comments below!

As you know, it’s not long until Halloween is here and I had to make one more card using this Pumpkin Mug from the Ellen Hutson store. I coloured the mug using my blending tools and added a glittery face.

Therese Calvird - Ellen Hutson - Hocus Pocus - Pumpkin Mug (card) (1)

The ghost images from the die set made perfect peep holes for the shaker. And of course, the Hocus Pocus sentiment was a great match.

Therese Calvird - Ellen Hutson - Hocus Pocus - Pumpkin Mug (card) (1)

But this set is not just for Halloween, you can also use it to create Christmas cards like the one that I made right HERE.

Therese Calvird - Ellen Hutson - Boos Inside - Pumpkin Mug (card) (1)

I hope you have been inspired to create a fun shaker card. They are so easy to make and great to receive! Thanks so much for sharing your precious time with me again today. I really do appreciate it. Crafty hugs,

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22 thoughts on “EASY Interactive Halloween Card? Why not Try SHAKING It Up!

  1. Fantastic fun shaker ,Here in Greece the word for sprinkles is Ζαχαρωτο which basically means sugar or confectionery. Love you card as always a fun make beautifully executed.


  2. Gorgeous extended use of the cute mug set. If these are edible then they can be sweets or if it’s a tiny sugar candy but you could put on a cupcake they might get called sprinkles.

  3. Sprinkles are one of my great grandson’s favorite things on his ice cream, Therese, although I’ve never see any quite like yours. They are the perfect treat to put into your pumpkin shaker.

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