An interactive snow angel card tutorial

An interactive snow angel card by Laura Dovalo.

Hi there! I’ve been experimenting with this interactive snow angel card for months and now I can finally share it with you! The difficulty of this card lies in the fact that I had to adapt a complex mechanism to a non interactive stamp.

Interactive snow angel card.

Said stamp is from the “Pure Innocence” line by My Favorite Things and it’s called: “Jumping with Joy”. It features a cute girl with extended arms and legs… she is of course jumping, but I wouldn’t stop until I made her make a snow angel…

An interactive snow angel card.

I used Copic Markers to color the stamp and some special embossing powder to create the illusion of snow. In this video tutorial I’ll tell you everything about this card. Do you want to check it out?

Video tutorial of the interactive snow angel card


It’s been quite a while since I participated in any challenges, and since both the current Simon Says Challenges are perfect for my card, I’m participating in both. The Monday Challenge Blog has a fun theme called “Whatever the weather” and the Wednesday Challenge Blog is all about “Girl Power”, which is awesome. Wish me luck! 😉

Measurements and materials

Lastly, if you feel like CASEing my card, here’s a list of the measurements and materials that I used:

  • Card panel: 3 6/8″ x 6 5/16″ (Canson watercolor paper 370g/m2)
  • Card base: 8″ x 6 9/16″ (“Audrey Blue” cardstock by Simon Says Stamp)
  • Pull tab: 1″ x 4 1/2″ (+acetate strip)
  • “Felicidades 2” die by La Pareja Creativa (“Surf Blue” cardstock by Simon Says Stamp
  • “White Puff” embossing powder by Hero Arts
  • Neenah Classic Crest 110lb cardstock
  • Copic Markers
  • Sookwang Scor-Tape
  • Glossy Accents


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