Shaker Pocket Tutorial

Shaker Pocket Tutorial

In this Shaker Pocket Tutorial, I’ll show you how you can easily create shaker pockets using dies from Spellbinders.  I’ll also show you how you can DIY your very own snail mail flip book with just one sheet of 12×12 card-stock! No washi tape needed!

Shaker Pocket Tutorial

I have a friend in Germany who is having a birthday. So I decided to make her an ice cream theme flip book. The ice cream stamp, die and sentiment set came from the Spellbinders  Tammy Tutterow Stamp & Die Template Set.  For the shaker pocket, I used the Spellbinders Designer Series Window Mini Pocket S4-630 .  The card is from my I killed a kit handmade cards project using Spellbinders Bird & Floral Card Kit.  And I decided to decorate the card envelope using Spellbinders Amazing Grace Cascading Grace Pocket S6-046.

(If you want to see how many cards I made using just ONE Spellbinders Card Kit, watch my video by clicking here.  If you want to see how I altered the envelope, watch my Envelope Card Tutorial by clicking here.)

I had a ton of fun creating these shaker pockets and the best part was NO FUSE TOOL needed! Yes! If you don’t own a fuse tool, you can easily make these using your dies from Spellbinders!  I hope you enjoy my tutorial.  Thank you for watching, and let me know what else you’d like to see me create, in the comments section below. Until next time! Ciao!

Shaker Pocket Tutorial

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About Sandi Nagel

Hello and welcome to Decor8yourlife! I'm a stay-at-home mom who runs a Webmaster and Marketing Consulting business from home. During my down time, I enjoy spending time with my family, traveling, decorating my home and paper crafting! I have a YouTube channel of the same name, where I share easy, DIY handmade cards, mini albums and more! Follow me throughout social media and see what projects we can make together!

11 thoughts on “Shaker Pocket Tutorial

  1. Hi there! I hope you’ve enjoyed the video. Drop in often and leave me a comment. I also hold giveaways from the comments left in my blog posts. Thanks!

  2. I just Love the flip book you made! Beautiful paper you choose as well. Great dies you used ! I can’t color either love to but not real good at it.I enjoyed watching your video. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Hey Sandi! I just discovered all the craze about flip books. I just love making them! Yours is super cute! And the sharker pockets are just adorable. Thank you again for sharing your talent with us!

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