When we pull on the pull tab, the bear and fish simultaneously dive under the waves, but we can still see them through that layer of Heavyweight Translucent Vellum… Isn’t that a fun effect?
In the video you can see how easy it is to inkblend on this material, which I then die cut with one of the dies from the Ocean Motion Die-namics. It’s so thick that you could use it for a card base!
Coloring all of the sea creatures was a lot of fun and diecutting them was a breeze, although I love fussy cutting and do it every now and again (like in THIS recent card featuring some interactive puppies)…
I hope you’ll join me on the MFT YouTube channel for this easy and quick interactive snorkeling bear card tutorial. Thank you for your visit! ^_^
Measurements for snorkeling bear card
Top fold card base: 5 ½” x 9” – scored at 4 ½” (14cm x 22,8cm – scored at 11,4cm)
Background panel: 5 ¼” x 4 ¼” (13,3cm x 10,8cm)
Water panel: 5 ¼” x 2 7/8” (13,3cm x 7,3cm)
Sand dune: 5 ¼” x 1 ½” (13,3cm x 3,8cm)
List of MFT supplies used for snorkeling bear card
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