The first card features stamps from the Rainbows and Unicorns set on a very soft background, that I inked with Worn Lipstick and Broken China Distress Oxide ink. When you move it, the unicorn and ferry rock back and forth. It’s essentially a pendulum card for which I used the long die with a ring on one end.
I diecut it twice out of acetate and layered the ring part. Then I glued one of the Spin & Slide Discs to the middle of my panel and inserted the ring, covering it with two clouds from the Once Upon a Rainbow Die-namics set. Next, I glued a penny to the back of the fairy and attached it to one end of the acetate strip. To adhere the unicorn, I only used a strip of foam tape.
The second card features the same idea, but this time I left the mechanism in plain sight, turning it into a seesaw with the triangular die from the Interactive Swing Die-namics set. The fun cat (tiger?) and dog from the Cute Critters set, sit on opposite sites balancing each other.
I wanted to add the sentiment “We balance each other”, but it didn’t fit on my panel, so I shortened it to “We’re in balance” using letters from the Stitched Banner Alphabet Die-namics, that I die cut out of white cardstock, backed with a piece of Stick-It double sided adhesive sheet.
The third card is totally different to the first two. It’s a slider card with multiple elements that I made with two of the dies from the Interactive Swing Die-namics set. When the sliding panel is pulled, the owls from the Forever & Owlways stamp set and the snail from the You Gnome Me set come out from their hiding places in the tree top.
You can see how I made these cards in the video below or at the MFT Stamps Youtube channel. Have a nice day! ^_^
Measurements of unicorn swing card:
Panel: 4 ¼” x 6” (10,8cm x 15,2cm)
Cardbase: 9” x 6 ¼” (22,9cm x 15,8cm)
Measurements of seesaw card:
Panel: x 4 1/8” x 5 3/8” (13,7cm x 10,5cm)
Cardbase: 5 5/8” x 9” (14,3cm x 22,9cm)
Measurements of owl slider card:
Panel: 4” x 6” (10,2cm x 15,2cm)
Cardbase: 8 ½” x 6 ¼” (21,6cm x 15,8cm)
Slider panel: 3 ½” x 5 ¾” (8,9cm x 14,6cm)
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