The other end of the large tab is linked to the card panel.
I kept the pull tab in place with a sleeve made out of a strip of thin paper.
Next I cut the 5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″ (14cm x 10,7cm) main panel out of Summer Splash card stock, placed it on the mechanism panel and used my finger to press on top of brad number 1. Then I used that mark to die cut a hole, with a 9/16″ (1,4cm) circle die from the Blueprints 28 Die-namics set.
As you can see in the picture above, I attached the main panel to the mechanism panel (with two layers of foam tape) and glued a donut-shaped thick foam dot on top of brad number 1. To that foam dot I attached a strip of acetate, which is the one that moves the red ball that the dogs are playing with.
The ball looked a little bit out of place as the only red element in the card, so I borrowed one of the bows from the Builder Bears stamp set, colored it red and attached it to the Corgi’s ear. I also die-cut a tiny red heart from the LLD Bundle of Baby Clothes Die-namics set, covered it with Glossy Accents and added it to the heat embossed sentiment.
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List of products used for the interactive playing dogs card