Light up card with Scrappy Boy stamps and EZ lights!

Hey Crafty Friends,

Who doesn't love an interactive card? EZ Lights are easy and fun to use in any project. Today I've used them with the latest Scrappy Boy release Curve Appeal. This isn't just a light up card but a light up and shaker card!!

Card Recipe:

1. Take a stitched rectangle rectangle die and cut from a light pink card stock. I'm using bubblegum blush

2. Using the burlesque background stencil and picked raspberry over the top for a 2 tone colour 

3. Take a shaped die for the middle, I'm using the die from clover frames 

4. Before we move on let's get the middle part of the die cut out stuck down on the main card base, use a corner of a stamping platform or edge to keep your panels straight and just stick down the central middle so you now left with the outer frame with holes and your main card panel for the top

5. Take a piece of clear acetate and stick this behind your main panel that's not yet attached and you can also go ahead and stick the frame with holes on top of the acetate so you've pieced parts of it together again. Try and keep the pattern how it was before you cut (don't look at mine too closely lol!)

6. Now its time to put together the lights, now as usual I totally forgot to take photos at this stage, please visit a previous post here on how to place and stick your lights down, the theory here is no different even though we're also making a shaker card :)

7. Fill you middle with desired shaker pieces, I'm using a selection from Little Things by Lucy.

Tip: add anti static pad to your acetate and card base to assist your sequins to move more freely

8. Attach your front panel to your card base now with foam tape for depth for the shaker

9. Stamp desired image and colour in your favourite medium. I am using copics

Colour Combination 

Skin - E33, E11, E02

Outfit - RV19, RV14, RV11

Feathers - RV09, RV06, RV04

Hat - RV19, RV14, RV11, RV09, RV06, RV04

10. Take a stitched strip die and cut from bubblegum blush which is same as your card panel and stamp sentiment in 

11. Finish of with extra gems to your liking, I like to use the rule of 'odd' numbers so 3, 5, 7 and so on 

If you havn't yet made a light up card they really are not as hard as they look and with the help of Pear Blossom Press products you can't go wrong!

I hope you have enjoyed today's inspiration. I will be back next week to share more inspiration using Scrappy Boy Stamps!

Until then, happy crafting!



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Check out my other light up projects below!

Birthday wishes are in the air with Kraftin Kimmie stamps

Masculine light up card with Crafty Purple Frog

Hang in there with Time for Tea Designs

Our friendship is golden with Sweet November Stamps

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