To make my shaker cards I use weatherstripping that you use on windows for houses. I purchase it at Canadian Tire. I used it around the edges on my base paper (lady bug). The thickness is very similar to pop dots. Once you stick it around the edges you are left with a deep tray that gives you ample room to place your glitter, punches, etc inside. This gives the items lots of room to shake. I used an exacto knife to cut out the inside of the mason jar, and then covered the opening with the film off of a paper CD pouch. Once you sandwich it all together you are left with a perfect shaker card.
Stamps: Mason Jar from Micheal's; "Bugs & Kisses" Daisey Bucket Design
Paper: TPC Studio Bugs and Butterflies Printed Cardstock Pad; SU Real Red Cardstock
Ink: SU Real Red; black
Accessories: Marvy Tag Punches (Purple & Pink); EZSucess Bug Punch; Ribbon; glitter; weather stripping; paper CD pouches; exacto knife
Gel Pocket Card
My second card comes from Nichole Heady. I created her Gel Pocket Card using PTI's Pond Life stamp set. I decided to change the dimensions and make the pocket the size of a normal card. But if you want the directions for this please visit the link.