Welcome to our Technique Blog Hop! Each month we feature a technique and this month its Interactive Elements! Since this is a hop all you have to do is click the link in each post to continue to the next blog. The blog before mine is Melissa Robinson. Sit back and get ready for our talented Close To My Heart Makers to WOW you with their creative ideas!
I decided to make a card using our Waterfall Thin Cut dies. This Interactive Element design reveals cute little images/sentiments as you slide the element. You can create this so it slides to the right OR pulls down. Either way it's a lot of fun and happiness for the person that receives it!
|Here is the finished card. As you pull on the ribbon you will reveal the images stacked on top of each other.|
|Working from the last image forward you place the squares. The final square in glued to the last space on the slider. You can see where I placed the adhesive to the left for the next square.|
|Only glue the left edge of this square to the small area of the folded slider. You can see the adhesive to the left for the next square.|
Here you can see I have placed all 4 of the squares on the slider.
|This is the inside of the card. |
Below is a short video showing you how the slider part works.
|Waterfall Thin Cut Dies|
|Chillin' with My Gnomies|
- White Cards and Envelopes Value Pack
- Paper Pack: Wood Grain
- Cardstock: White Daisy, Black
- Exclusive Inks: Intense Black, Sangria, Sapphire
- TriBlend Markers
- Embellishments: Wood Hearts, Gold Glitter Gems
- Tools: Liquid Glass, Tombow Tape Adhesive
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Next stop on the hop is Cat Nowak. Have fun and off you go! Thanks for stopping by!
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