Gumball Dome Jar Shaker WindowRama card by Kathi F. Rerek

  1. Using the base die from the Dome Jar Shaker Die Set, cut green Bling cardstock twice to create the front and the back of the card.
  2. On one of the two panels, use the two score lines and fold both sides backward to form the front of the card.
  3. On the other panel, use the two score lines and fold both cards forward to form the back of the card.
  4. Position one of the two Dome dies in the center of front panel of the card, secure with tape, and run the panel through the die-cut machine.
  5. Remove the dome-shaped die-cut and retain for another use.
  6. Use the base and dome top die to cut copper cardstock.
  7. Use the scored semi-circle die and the handle die to cut silver cardstock.
  8. Use the other semi-circle die to cut the black cardstock to form the hole under the flap where the gumball would appear. Not shown above. Oopsy.
  9. Fold the scored semi-circle along the score line and adhere to copper base using strong glue or red liner tape.
  10. Use a brad to adhere the silver twisting gizmo thingy die-cut to the copper base.
  11. Add Washi Tape to the bottom of the card front panel and secure in the back.
  12. Adhere the copper die-cuts to the card front as shown.
  13. Flip the card front, add adhesive around the window, and adhere the acetate. Visit Kathi's blog at to see the photos illustrating the steps below. Image A below, which will show the assembled card front.
  14. I wanted to try layering cardstock instead of using foam tape so that perhaps the shaker contents would act appropriately and not stick where I didn't want them. See Image B below.
  15. Use Memento ink to stamp the gumball image onto white cardstock.
  16. Color with Copic markers, then use one of the two rounded rectangle dies from the set to cut the image panel. See Image C below.
  17. Using the circle die, cut scraps of yellow cardstock, then add shading with Copic markers and white accents with the white gel pen.
  18. Use Memento ink to stamp the sentiments onto pink cardstock scraps and cut with the heart die.
  19. Secure three hearts to the edges of the dome on the inside of the card with red liner tape.
  20. Add the other hearts and the circles to the well formed by the black cardstock.
  21. Seal the aperture with the image panel.
  22. Adhere the back of the card to front of the card.
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Other Products Used:
Solar White Classic Crest® Cardstock by Neenah Papers
Petty Cash Bling Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper®
Raven Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper®
Metallic Copper Cardstock by Recollections™
Copic® Markers: Y15, Y17, Y19, YG5, YG7, YG 17, V05, V09, R24, R35, R37, B02, B04, B16, RV52, RV55, RV63
White Gelly Roll® Gel Pen by Sakura
Brad,Washi Tape, and acetate from my stash
Red Liner Tape
On Point Glue by Imagine® Crafts

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