Tarjeta interactiva con brochas

Tarjeta interactiva con brochas para el canal de YouTube de MFT.

¡Hola! Ya toca un nuevo tutorial en el canal de YouTube de MFT. Esta vez hice una sencilla tarjeta slider con brochas de pintor, que espero que os guste.

Before I get into details, let’s check it out in action, in the video clip below:

When we pull on the slider panel, the paint brushes slide across the panel, revealing strokes of paint and a nice three word sentiment. Even though the mechanism is really simple, the effect is quite stunning, isn’t it?

Interactive card with paint brushes. Tutorial available on the MFT Stamps YouTube channel.

It was so much fun to die cut and assemble the brushes as well as adding some realistic touches. For the wood effect I used the following Copic markers: E57, E55, E53. I forgot to mention a little tip in case you want to mail the card (it can get a little squished) and you don’t want the brush handles to catch on the edge of the rectangular windows… you can adhere white enamel dots to the back of the holes of the handles.

As I mention in the tutorial you can easily adapt the mechanism to a slimline card and use only one brush and a longer sentiment. You could also decorate the panel with the Distressed Patterns or Abstract Art stamp sets. I used matching enamel dots instead.

That’s all for today… Thanks for stopping by! Have a great day!

Productos utilizados para tarjeta slider con brochas

Paint Brushes Die-namics

A2 Stitched Rectangle STAX Set 1 Die-namics

A2 Stitched Circle STAX Die-namics (1/2” circle die)

Interactive Up & Down Die-namics (pull tab)

Straight from the Heart stamp set

Caribbean Sea Premium Dye Ink

Red Hot Premium Dye Ink

Lemon Drop Premium Dye Ink 

Cornflower Premium Dye Ink

Smooth White Card Stock

Cement Gray Card Stock

Kraft Card Stock

Silver Shine Card Stock

Caribbean Sea Card Stock

Medidas para tarjeta slider con brochas

Panel principal: 4 1/8” x 5 3/8”

Panel secundario (con tinta): 4 1/8” x 5 3/8”

Panel slider: 3 7/8” x 4 15/6”

Tamaño de las ventanas rectangulares: 3 3/8″ x 1″ (8,5cm x 2,5cm)



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