Alice’s Tea Party Shaker Easel Card Tutorial

Graphic 45 Alice's Tea Party APG DOM March 2022 Reneabouquets Kathy Clement Photo 01

G 45 Alice’s Tea Party Shaker Easel Card Tutorial for Make & Take Tuesday

Hello, Friends!  Its Make & Take Tuesday, and I’m excited to share this Graphic 45 Alice’s Tea Party Shaker Easel Card Tutorial with you.  Isn’t it fun?  I’ve used the Spellbinders Amazing Paper Grace March 2022 Die of the Month, some goodies from Reneabouquets, and a Buttons Galore Shaker Mix to bring this project to life.  Today’s tutorial will give you the basics for making the card base, introduce you to this lovely new die set, show you how to make the shaker window, and we’ll also have another flower making session together.  So let’s get this party started!

It’s Time for Tea!

Are you loving the Amazing Paper Grace Bella Ovalette Die as much as I am?  It works perfectly as a shaker frame, as I’ve done here…but it can also be used with its other components to create detailed layering pieces.

See these sweet little posies?  Learn how to make them in the video tutorial below.  And how about this dapper White Rabbit Beautiful Board from Reneabouquets?  He’s saying, “It’s Time for Tea!”

Speaking of tea, look at these darling teacups and teapot charms!  It’s always so much fun to add just the right embellishments to a project!

A Peek Inside

Of course, if you’re going to make an easel card, you have to create a stopper or brake.  This gorgeous fabric flower lace from Reneabouquets does the job perfectly.

And, it you’re going to make a tea themed card, you have to include some tea and treats inside the card, right?

Alice’s Tea Party Shaker Easel Card Tutorial on YouTube

If you’d like to see how this sweet card was created, I hope you’ll enjoy the tutorial on YouTube.  I’ve captioned in the measurements for you to make it easier to follow along.

I hope you enjoyed this week’s Make & Take Tuesday.  You can find a linked supply list below this post.  And if you’d like to add this card to your shopping cart, it is available in my Etsy shop.

Now go make something beautiful!

Thanks for stopping by!




8 thoughts on “Alice’s Tea Party Shaker Easel Card Tutorial

  1. Gena Krannig

    OMG, Kathy! This card is beyond gorgeous! The theme as always is an absolute favorite. I totally adore the rabbit next to the beautiful shaker window. The ribbon, flowers and those darling charms are icing on the cake. Thank you for sharing this lovely creation! Hugs!

  2. Susan Steele

    This is a beautiful Alice Tea Party shaker card!!! Thank you so much for the tutorial …especially luved watching make those tiny flower bouquets you made for each corner! And that is a beautiful Spellbinders die! Thanks for sharing. Hugs, Suzy Q

  3. 1sassy1

    This card is fabulous! I love all the pattern paper from Graphic 45 but it’s your ability to put it all together that turns it into this lovely card! The rabbit is adorable and the shaker element is perfect!

  4. Joni E

    Another beautiful card. The rabbit, the little flowers and the shaker make the card!!!! Thanks again for all the tips and tricks and the time it takes to share your awesome talent!

  5. soozyb2013

    I do love Alice! Almost missed the bunny rabbit. Beautiful papers! Great card Kathy, love your shakers!! lol Enjoy your Tuesday!

  6. janice richardson

    A beautiful and whimsical card! I love Reneabouquets Beautiful Board. They bring a card too life! This would make a beautiful belated birthday card. I need to make a bunch because I am always sending late birthday cards lol. Hugs!

  7. Claire Gagne

    Such a beautiful card Kathy. Your cards are unique & I like how you’ll never ever see one like this in any store. I know I love to embellish my cards. At times I do pay the price to mail, but it’s well worth it knowing the recipient appreciates it in all its glory. I just made a very embellished pouch as the envelope for the much embellished card & I mailed it in the small Priority mail box. It was going to my sister & she loves receiving my cards. This one was “special” as she is having medical issues right now & this will put a smile on her face. The card & pouch were both tea themed. Be safe, be well & TYFS

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