Hi crafty people and TGIF! I am SO excited to share today's interactive Halloween themed card with you! It has a dual pull-out feature created by using the NEW Lawn Fawn Double Slider Surprise dies! My friend Margaret (remember Margaret, the one with the AH-mazing craft room) helped me put the base of this card together. Thank you, Margaret! You are a talented card maker and a great teacher (minus the two times she yelled at us)! ; )
Also, if you love all things Lawn Fawn, be sure to follow me on Instagram/Instastories tonight as I will be joining my friends for two classes at The Inspiration Station in Stafford Springs, Connecticut with Lawn Fawn's own Jenn Shurkus!
Prior to creating the slider component itself, I had already pre-colored and die cut all of these adorable trick-or-treaters from the Lawn Fawn Costume Party stamp set. This helped save a lot of time. All images were stamped in Tuxedo Memento Black ink and colored using Spectrum Noir alcohol markers and a Sakura White Gel Pen. The base of the actual A2 sized card itself is made from Basic Black cardstock. I used random scraps of orange chevron and orange star patterned paper to accent the slider portion of the card.
I have not dived into the world of card making videos yet, but you can watch how to assemble the Double Slider Surprise dies with this intro video made by Lawn Fawn in order to better understand how this card "works:"
I hope you have enjoyed this spooky cute interactive Halloween card! This card was a lot of work, and a ton of coloring, but it was worth the HOURS spent on it because I L-O-V-E how it turned out! And NO, for my local followers, sorry we most likely won't be re-creating this card at a stamp camp anytime soon!
Thanks for visiting and have a great weekend!
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