When you pull the tab, the airplane slides to the right, revealing a little hidden banner with an additional sentiment. Check it out in action, in the short video clip below.
As always, I started with the background… I used the Mini Cloud Edges Stencil and Blu Raspberry Premium Dye Ink, to create a cloudy sky on my 6 1/4″ x 4 1/4″ (15,8cm x 10,8cm) panel, cut out of Smooth White Card Stock.
The mechanism is really simple. I just used a craft knife to cut a thin slit in the middle of the panel. Then I diecut a couple of the rectangular pieces from the Up & Down Interactive Die-namics, in printer paper, folded them and wrapped them around the slit.
I edited this little clip from my latest tutorial (interactive card with red balloons), so that you can better understand the assembly of these elements.
I colored the cute airplane with the following Copic markers. I also used a silver gel pen for the bolts and some Glossy Accents for the fox’s nose.
- airplane: R27, R24, R22, R20, B01, B01, W10, W7, C5, C3, C2, C00
- fox: YR27, YR68, YR65, YR61, B04, B02
- hedgehog: E53, E51, E50, R01, R00, R24, R22
- clouds: W3, W1, W00
- bird: C5, C3, C2, C00, R24, R22
As a last touch, I added some crystal drops and a flying bird, also from the Sky High stamp set. I hope you enjoyed today’s card. Please leave a comment and let me know if you would like me to create a tutorial for it. Don’t forget to visit the MFT Blog. Have a great day!
List of MFT supplies used for the interactive airplane slider card
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