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Interactive window card for Day 2 of MFT April Release Countdown

Interactive window card for Day 2 of the MFT April Release.

Hello! The MFT April Release Countdown continues and today I’m sharing an interactive card featuring the Window Die-namics die and Sweet Spring Friends stamp set.

I decided to take advantage of the window to create a little house and used the Small Brick Wall Stencil to emboss a 5″ x 5″ panel of Red Hot Card Stock. Then I stamped the boy and the cat from the Our Story stamp set on a same sized panel of white card stock, to go behind the window. I colored the images with Copic markers and masked them to lightly ink the background with Broken China and Chipped Saphire Distress inks.

Interactive window scene card for the MFT April Release. - Tarjeta interactiva con ventana.

Next I stamped, colored and fussy cut some of the cute animals from the Sweet Spring Friends stamp set. I adhered them to a strip of grass, cut using the Grassy Edges Die-namics. Let’s have a look at the card in action, before I continue:

I had a hard time setting up the simple mechanism, because of the lack of space between the squirrel and the pull tab, but I finally managed to do it. I taped the process, but I’m not sure if I’ll make it into a video tutorial, since I’ve already used the mechanism before, to move the lion’s head in my interactive circus card.

Interactive window card - Tarjeta interactiva con ventana.

To create and cover the mechanism, I used dies from the Pull Tab Die-namics, Spin & Slide Channels Die-namics  and Interactive Swing Die-namics. I also used the Tree Branch Die-namics to add some detail to the tree. That’s it for today, head on to the MFT blog and leave a comment for a chance to win a 75$ voucher to the MFT store. I’ll be back on Tuesday, to show you my card for MFT & Friends. ^_^

List of products used for the interactive window card:

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Comments (4)

  • DebiKT 2 weeks ago Reply

    This is simply amazing… I love your creativity!

  • Kristen Snoozy 2 weeks ago Reply

    Such a cute scene!

  • Dolly (scrapthat) 2 weeks ago Reply

    SO cute! I hope you would share the video it’s so inspiring for me to watch these videos on interactive Genius! 🙂
    TFS

  • Liz O 2 weeks ago Reply

    Me encanta esa ardilla traviesa balanceándose del árbol! Otra fabulosa creación! Gracias por compartir Laura!

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