My first shaker card!
I figured out what I think is the best way to do these! FUN FOAM!! That thick foam in the kids dept at Michaels/HobbyLobby etc that is like .89 a piece.
SUPER EASY!!! So for this you will need a set of nestabilities in 3 sizes (or you could do this with your cricut and use 3 sizes). First, cut a piece of the teal paper using the largest size nestability with the smallest size set in the middle of it. I taped them down to the cutting board to make sure it didn't move. Then once it is cut I glued it to a piece of white cardstock and cut around it - ran it through the cuttlebug with the smallest nestability to create the frame hole.
Then I used the middle size nestability to cut a solid piece of the clear plastic front, and glued it to the inside of the teal/white frame.
Next comes the fun foam. Using the middle and smallest size nestabilities I cut a frame shape out of the foam and glued it to the underside of the the teal/white frame onto the clear plastic front. This creates the depth you need to put the "shaker" stuff inside. I poured some silver beads into the frame and covered the back with another piece of solid white cardstock cut using the medium nestability.
The party and you're invited sentiments were some $1 stamps I bought at Michael's forever ago. They were stamped on yellow vellum and glued to white cardstock as a base. The party sentiment is inside the shaker base.
Hope you like it! Have a great day and thanks for looking!!