Sorry, not the best image to show you the 'twisted' aspect to this circular easel card project!
A really pretty card that isn't hard to make, in fact it was more difficult to type up the project notes than it was to design the card! But I have given you step by step instructions, along with tons of accompanying photographs, to make it easy for you to recreate.
A Valentine shaker card that I used the Fuse tool to create, but if you don't have one (or the gadget I showed you further down the page) don't worry, just make your shaker in the usual way with acetate & 3D foam tape.
As promised, one of the pouch style shakers that I made with the gadget (below project), it really is an easier way to make a shaker that has hardly any bulk at all. Having made the first version I made another in order to take step by step pictures along the way to insert into these project notes.
The tool I bought to make my shaker pouches with, only cost £5 with free p&p as opposed to the £25+ for the Fuse tool. I will be uploading a project that uses this machine at some point next week.
A new breed of projects that now include the imperial measurements as well as the metric - we've been metric here in the UK since 1972! With these I have also specified the brand & name of the dies I have used to produce the card, wherever possible anyhow!
This project is all about how to easily create apetures in the folded flaps on the front of the card so they line up exactly when the card is closed. The decoration of the card I leave up to you.