Hi, friends! Today I’m sharing a super fun interactive card featuring the spectacular Magic Picture Changer Die Cut Set from Lawn Fawn along with their Oh Gnome Stamp Set.

Make sure to watch the video below for tips and tricks on how to make a Magic Picture Changer card!

First, I stamped two adorable scenes using the Oh Gnome Stamp Set from Lawn Fawn. I did some creative masking to add dimension. After coloring the images with Copic Sketch Markers, I used the Magic Picture Changer Die Cut Set to create my interactive card.

Lawn Fawn Magic Picture Changer & Oh Gnome Stamp Set

To decorate the front of my Magic Picture Changer, I used the Magic Picture Changer Add-On Die Cut Set and Spring Fling Patterned Paper. For the sentiment banner, I used the Fancy Wavy Banner Die Cut Set along with the Wavy Sayings Stamp Set.

I used the Stitched Rectangles Die Cut Set from Lawn Fawn to finish off this card. I simply die cut two rectangles: one out of white card stock and one out of patterned paper. Notice that I sticked to the same color scheme/patterns for this entire card! ๐Ÿ˜„ I like a cohesive look. Hehe!

That’s it for now. Thank you so much for stopping by. I’ll see you soon. ๐Ÿ’›

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Happy Friday, friends! Here in Belgium all the kids and teachers are enjoying their 2-week Easter Holiday. ๐Ÿ’› Yay!

Today I’m sharing another pop-up box card featuring the brand new Honey Bunnies Stamp Set from Hello Sweetums along with the Scalloped Pop-Up Box Card Dies from Lawn Fawn. Make sure to watch the video for more tips and tricks.

First, I stamped and colored a bunch of images from the Honey Bunnies Stamp Set from Hello Sweetums. Next, I die cut the two main panels for the pop-up box card. Afterwards, I die cut three of the inserts. I colored them with Twisted Citron Distress Oxide Ink and then die cut a grassy border using the Grassy Border Die Cut from Lawn Fawn.

Egg-Cellent Pop-Up Box Card Ft. Hello Sweetums Stamps & Lawn Fawn Die Cuts

I adhered all of the images to the inserts with Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive. I find it easier to do this before adhering the inserts inside of the box. Double sided adhesive was added to the flaps of the inserts and then I adhered the inserts into the box while it was still flat.

Egg-Cellent Pop-Up Box Card Ft. Hello Sweetums Stamps & Lawn Fawn Die Cuts

Finally, I die cut some panels out of patterned paper to decorate the outside and inside panels of the pop-up box card. To finish off the card, I stamped a sentiment with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink.

That’s it for now. Thank you so much for stopping by. Sending big crafty hugs! ๐Ÿ˜˜

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Hi, all! The past couple of weeks I have been obsessing over the beautiful creations made with the Scalloped Box Card Pop-Up Die from Lawn Fawn. ๐Ÿ˜ I decided to go ahead and invest in this die cut set and make a cute vegetable garden pop-up card.

Make sure to watch the video to see how I created this card. I share lots of tips and tricks.

I’m not going to go into great detail here in my blog post since I recommend watching the video. ๐Ÿ˜„ So I’ll keep it short. First, I die cut the 2 main box panels out of Neenah Solar White Card Stock and folded the tabs along the lines. Next, I added adhesive to both tabs and formed the box by adhering the tabs of each panel to the other. Finally, I folded all of the flaps.

Vegetable Garden Scalloped Box Card Pop-Up Feat. Lawn Fawn

To decorate the panels, I did some partial die cutting. This way I didn’t waste any patterned paper. Make sure to watch the video to see how this was done. For this box card, I combined the Lawn Fawn Spring Fling Paper Pad with the Perfectly Plaid Spring Paper Pad. These patterns work so well together! ๐Ÿ’›

Vegetable Garden Scalloped Box Card Pop-Up Feat. Lawn Fawn

No vegetable garden can survive without soil. So, I ink blended Vintage Photo Distress Ink on white card stock and added water splatters. Afterwards, I die cut the panels that go inside the box. Then, I folded both flaps, added adhesive and adhered them inside of the box.

To finish off the card, I adhered the stamped and die cut vegetables from the Rooting For You Stamp Set from Lawn Fawn inside the box as well as the butterflies and clouds from the Butterfly Kisses Set. I also used the Fancy Wavy Banner Die Cut Set to create a sentiment banner. Watch the video to see how I made the floating watering can and water drops! ๐Ÿ˜

That’s it for now. Thank you so much for stopping by. See you soon! ๐Ÿ˜˜

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Hey crafty friends! Today is my last blog post and video as a Designer in the Spotlight at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog. Yay! ๐Ÿ˜„

Are you ready for a new challenge? I sure am! This week’s challenge is Anything Goes. Easy! ๐Ÿ˜„ I decided to create a card using the Birthday Bash Stamp Set from Mama Elephant. I decided to create a long, super sparkly shaker card! ๐Ÿ’›

Make sure to watch the video below to see how I made this cute card.

When I started making this card, I honestly didn’t know what I was doing because I’ve never made a shaker using the stamp(s) as well as the coordinating die(s). ๐Ÿ˜ณ So, I had to experiment a little bit and just went with it. However, I had so much fun making this card! And guess what? Jennifer McGuire recently did a video on how to make Stamped Shaker Cards. Oh, if I only knew that before I filmed my video. ๐Ÿ˜… It could have saved me a lot of time.

Long Shaker Card Feat. Mama Elephant The Birthday Bash

First, I stamped the big image from The Birthday Bash Stamp Set from Mama Elephant with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink on Neenah 110 lb Solar White Card Stock. This might be one of my favorite stamp sets EVER! ๐Ÿ˜ Look at those adorable critters. So much cuteness. I colored the entire image with Copic Sketch Markers.

Then, I took a piece of white card stock and cut it to 9″ x 3,5″. I used the coordinating die from The Birthday Bash Set to cut out my shaker window. Of course I had to add some color so I grabbed Spun Sugar Oxide Ink, did some ink blending and added a few water splatters here and there.

Long Shaker Card Feat. Mama Elephant The Birthday Bash

Next, it was time to create the actual shaker! The easiest way to do this is to die cut your shaker shape twice out of Fun Foam. This way, the sequins will have plenty of room to shake around. I adhered both layers on top of each other with Tonic Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive and a Tonic Nuvo Smooth Precision Glue Pen.

I filled up the shaker with some clear sequins from Pretty Pink Posh and Tonic Studios. I also used some super fun confetti sequins from Lucy’s Cards. Finally, I heat embossed a sentiment banner using Opaque Bright White Embossing Powder from WOW and added color to it with Spun Sugar Oxide Ink. ๐Ÿ’•

Thanks so much for stopping by. Big hugs!

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Good news! You can win a $50 gift voucher to the Simon Says Stamp Store. Simply grab your crafty supplies, make a card that fits the challenge and submit your creation. Good luck! ๐Ÿ˜„

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