Interactive card

Interactive card
60 min

Good evening cardmakers! 
Do you know why I love cardmaking? Because it is a world of sharing and kind thoughts, where we talk about and showing our “recipes” without secret ingredients..

Here I met virtually Alilovescardmaking . She creates super cute and stunning  interactive cards…and she makes very clear and comprehensive videos… And after watching that  I was inspired to make these two cards ..


  • Clear Stamps: Sailor’s Life of ModaScrap
  • Die: Sailor’s Life of ModaScrap
  • Paper Pack “under the see” of ModaScrap
  • Stitched Square Frames of My Favorite Things
  • Bazzill White, blue and peach pink
  • Double-sided tape 0,5 cm and 1 cm
  • 3D foam double-sided tap
  • Impronte d’ autore cutter
  • awl and felt
  • Heat resistant acetate
  • small brads
  • Versafine black
  • embossing clear powder

I stamped, embossed with the clear powder and die-cut the shark, the sailor on the ship and the rudder on Fabriano paper white smooth (is right with this paper, if I colour with copic, that I can get the best shades).

I cut out 2 pieces of patterned paper 10cm x 10cm and with other same-patterned Paper Pack  I created the sea. I made 3-4 frame die cut that I pasted one onother. Finally I cut 2 strips of acetate and 2 strips of Bazzil white from 1.5 cm wide

I attached the shark to acetate strip
I made a small hole with the awl
And a second hole further down
After fixing the second strip of acetate perpendicularly to the first I joined with a smallBrad
I placed the patterned under my shark and united them with Brad that I entered in the first hole

Please Note The 1° Brad (starting from the top) holds together the acetate Strip and patternedpaper; the 2° Brad joins the 2 strips of acetate

On the side I created a small flap around the strip of acetate and I fixed on paper with double sided tape: it will s to give the boundaries to themechanism during movement.

I put 2 layers of 3D foam double-sided tap  to avoid patterned that’ ll put above does not hinder themovement

Before attacking the sea with little fishes I “got” theedges with distress oxide
Here is like I placed the double-sided tape and 3D foam double-sided tape
At this point I attached picture frames
Finally I added the sentiments and fishes that Icropped from the same patterned used for sea.
For the second card I followed the sameprocedure. In both cases I used the card of the same PaperPack for envelopes. aren’t they adorable??????

Et voilà …. my interactive cards are ready!

Kiss Kiss

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