Vintage Santa Shaker Card | #TaylorMadeCards4U |#djccChristmas2020

Let’s make a Santa Shaker Card!

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Today I’m using another awesome digital kit from Taylormadecards4u.

I know it’s still October, but Christmas is right around the corner. So today I’m starting my Christmas Crafting series with a cute Vintage Santa shaker card.

Vintage Santa Shaker Card

You’ll also want to check out the Crafter’s Castle’s Monthly Challenge. 

The challenge is “anything goes” and is solely sponsored by TaylorMadecards4u.

This month’s prize is the “Special Delivery Christmas” digital kit that I’m using for today’s project. 

Since the prize is digital, it means that the challenge is open Worldwide! Be sure to check the description box below for more information and as well as a link so you can buy it. 

And make sure to stick around till the end of the video.  I have a coupon code for you to get 20% off your purchase at Taylormadecards4u.

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I’m using this beautiful digital kit from Taylormadecard4u and a few supplies that I already had on hand.

snowflake confetti

Like these snowflakes.  This is from a bag of snowflake confetti that I got from the Dollar Tree last year.  My initial plan for the card didn’t include any blue, so I’m separating the blue snowflakes out.

For the shaker, I’m using the Vintage Santa Clause Post Card image. 

To turn it into a shaker, I’m using some Arteza Foam Tape.  But I’m trying something different.

Since this tape is so wide, a half inch, it’s too wide for me to use on this small piece of ephemera.  And I don’t have any thin strips.  So I’ll make my own.


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Here is a quick look at the finished project.


I hope that this video has inspired you to grab your use digital kits in creative ways and create something amazing.  I’d love to see what you make, so come find me on FB, IG or Twitter, or shoot me an email at to show me your creations! 


Vintage Santa Shaker Card | #TaylorMadeCards4U |#djccChristmas2020

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