Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator - Coldwater, Michigan -

Sunday, January 22, 2017

an interactive adventure

I watched Julie Davison's Peek-a-Boo Flip Card Tutorial a while ago and saved it for months, waiting for the right time and stamp set.  That would be now, with the free Sale-a-Bration Designer Tee stamps and Just Add Ink's Pop Up and Interactive Blog Hop:
stamp sets - Designer Tee (Sale-a-Bration), Lift Me Up; ink - Island Indigo, Versamark, Watermelon Wonder; card stock - Flirty Flamingo, Watermelon Wonder, Island Indigo, So Saffron, Whisper White; Big Shot with Swirly Scribbles  and Sunshine Wishes thinlits and Layering Ovals framelits 

Here is the inside - I think this stamp set was just *meant for* the sliding reveal:

To give you an idea of the sliding reveal, with the card half open here, you can see the Watermelon panel almost completely covering the white piece that shows through the front:

It's more obvious in the video, and Julie's demonstration really made it easy - give it a try!  One thing Julie didn't mention is that you may think you the 1/4" folded piece on the card back would be easier to work with if it were bigger, but then it would interfere with the sliding panel when the card is opened fully.


Jan said...

This is such a cute and fun card Kathe! I love how you've created a train track and scene for your cute train card. The slide and flip card combination is so clever and is sure to bring hours of fun to your recipient. I haven't seen this type of card before and now want to try it, Thanks for sharing with us at Just Add Ink this week :-)

KimB said...

Love how bright and cheerful this is Kathe! The fold is new one to me too and I am most intrigued. Thanks for sharing it with us at Just add Ink this week.

Karren said...

What a fun card and such a clever interactive element! Thanks so much for joining us at Just Add Ink.

Christine Blain said...

This is a very cute, and clever, card, Kathe. Thanks for joining in the fun at Just Add Ink this week!

Tina said...

oooh, how clever! You are so right that the stamps you've used a perfect for the card. Thanks for sharing with us at Just Add Ink.