Christmas Ornaments by Tinne

Hi everyone! Are you getting in the Christmas mood yet? I know I am! How about a shaker card with a very cute Christmas Angel from Rachelle Anne Miller Stamps?

For this card, I used the angel image from the Christmas Ornaments digital stamp. I colored her with Copic markers. These are the Copic colour combinations:

  • Skin: BV00, E53, E00, E000, E0000
  • Blush: R32, R30
  • Hair: YR24, Y35, Y32 (first layer) and E42, E41, E40 (second layer)
  • Dress and shoes: RV34, RV32, R81, R00
  • Wings: R00
  • Candle: R37, R35, Y35, Y32
I continued with making the frame for may shaker card. I diecut the frame 2 times out of white cardstock, and I glued them on top of each other.

I created the background using 3 different shades of pink distress oxide ink: Victorian Velvet, Worn Lipstick and Tattered Rose. I started with the Victorian Velvet on the bottem, applied Worn Lipstick above it and ended with the Tattered Rose. I didn't applie the Tattered Rose on the top of my panel, I kept that white.

I splattered the panel with water, dried it with a piece of paper towel, and splattered it with white acrylic paint.

While that was drying, I glued a piece of acetate on the back of my frame, and I glued my sweet angel image and a stamped Christmas sentiment on top of it (on the right side).

I put foam tape on the back of the frame, to create some dimension. That way the shaker elements will have enough room to move around in the card.

I glued my background on a white cardbase, and I put it in my stamping aid. That way I can glue the frame perfecty alligned on my card. I put my shaker elements on my card.

Final step: removing the paper back from the foam tape and glueing the frame on the card.

I really enjoyed creating this card! I hope you like it!

I will post a reel of how I created this card on my Instagram really soon. So stay tuned!

If you are interested in some more cute Christmas designs, be sure to check out the Rachelle Anne Miller webshop!

Big hugs!


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