Here's what I did. After the Yupo paper dried completely, I die cut the Stitched Square from Simon Says Stamp from the middle of the 5" x 5" Yupo panel. I then die cut the three Holiday Words die from Essentials by Ellen from both the Stitched Square Yupo panel and some white Woodgrain cardstock from Essentials by Ellen. I thought the texture would add a lovely element to the card. Next I adhered a piece of clear acetate to the back of the die cut Yupo paper, then ran the three words through my Xyron 5" Creative Station. I then carefully inlaid the words onto the Yupo paper.
Now came the difficult part. I wanted to have more than one shaker well, so that all the sequins wouldn't fall down to the lower "O". So what I did was use my Stampin' Up! Foam Adhesive Strips to divide up the windows. I ended up with 3 wells (see picture below). I carefully added specific sequins from 3 Kennedy Grace Creations Sequin Mixes (Dress Blues, HoneyBee, and Beachside Bliss). I then removed the adhesive backing and adhered a piece of Crafter's Companion Shimmering Cardstock in Silver Starlight to the back of the shaker element. I trimmed off any excess around the edges.
Next I went back to the Yupo frame section and prepped the frame with an anti-static tool. I used the large flower image from Kennedy Grace Creations Loving Mom stamp set. I stamped it in Versamark ink first, then used some WOW! Opaque White Fine Embossing Powder. I heat embossed it carefully as the Yupo paper can warp with a heat tool used too aggressively. Think of it like embossing on Vellum, use the same technique and you shouldn't have any problems.
I decided to frame my card with both Whisper White and Tempting Turquoise cardstock from Stampin' Up! Lastly, I adhered my shaker element to the center of the card.
I had so much fun making this card! I hope you try out some of the products and/or techniques used here. I've linked up the Kennedy Grace Creations products to the store for your convenience.
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Thank you, and I wish you all a very blessed Christmas season.