Interactive Valentine’s Day Cards

Hi there, crafty friends. I’m sharing a couple of interactive cards today…

I couldn’t wait to use THIS cute stamp set. I stamped and colored the images with Copics. I used THESE dies to cut them out.

For the first card…

I inked up THIS stencil with THIS ink. I cut it out with THIS die as well as a piece of red card stock. I die-cut the toast die from the panel and stamped the toast images twice on the wheel underneath. I white heat embossed a sentiment on a black strip of card stock. When you turn the reveal wheel, another sentiment “pops” up…

For the second card…

I applied THIS embossing paste through THIS stencil on THIS card stock after die-cutting a slot with a few of THESE dies. I adhered a tart image on the moving mechanism die and when the recipient pulls on the tap at the top…

…a tart pops up. I continued the design to the inside of the card…

I stamped the bubble from THIS stamp set and added a few heart images and sentiments from THIS stamp set.

I hope this has inspired you to create an interactive card. They are so fun.

Thanks so much for visiting today. I’m so happy you’re here.

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  3. Lynette Ballard
    February 7, 2019

    The reveal wheel with the toast is genius! Such a cute set of cards. I didn’t get that set, but I did get the add on die. Seeing all the darling valentines though, makes me think I might need it later on!

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