Interactive cards! 

September 1, 2015 at 4:01 pm 9 comments

Hi! How are you ? Hope you had a lovely holiday weekend ( if you’re in the UK, that is!).  

You might have realised by now that I love interactive and 3D cards. I’m showing you one today over at Make The Day Special Stamp Store that was in PaperCrafter mag recently and thought I’d show you as it’s using all Reverse Confetti products that are back in stock.

  
This card is capitalising on the word play in the sentiment set

 I’ve simply cut out a couple of layers, including the acetate large circle and added the different layers above and below the circle 

  

By adding a brad to the centre and attaching ( without making it too tight) the different layers you can turn the top acetate layer ( using a washi ‘handle’) whilst the base layer is stuck onto the cardstock and this has the sentiment that you reveal by turning the circle.  

The little bits and pieces on the die really add to the donut effect ( if you can cope with the American spelling of doughnut! 😉). 

 Have a look at sentiment sets in store and see how you could disguise them partially and create your own interactive cards! 

Sorry I’ve been missing. I should be back to normal duty as most of the kids go back to school in the next 7 days! I’ll try and get around to visting some blogs too! 

xx

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  • 1. karensteele0873  |  September 1, 2015 at 4:25 pm

    The pink of the ‘icing’ and sprinkles look so real! Great card Keren 🙂

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  • 2. conil  |  September 1, 2015 at 5:09 pm

    Can I just say, you’ve made me crave a doughnut that my body doesn’t need. Seriously, could reach out and take a bite of this one. You’re amazingly clever to figure out how to do this card. Must have been some sort of engineer or inventor. That being said, didn’t know “donut” was considered the American spelling, always thought it was doughnut. We Americans tend to want to abbreviate everything.

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    • 3. kerenbaker  |  September 1, 2015 at 5:15 pm

      You’re obviously a high class American!! 😉 I’ve just seen quite a few spellings of doughnut as donut and wrongly assumed that was the standard US spelling!! I stand corrected! xxx

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      • 4. conil  |  September 1, 2015 at 6:39 pm

        No, I didn’t mean to correct you. I see “donut” all the time here, even on shop signs…thought I’d missed something, that’s all.

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      • 5. kerenbaker  |  September 1, 2015 at 6:40 pm

        You are always lovely! I always like to learn- so glad to know new stuff! x

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  • 6. Roxy  |  September 2, 2015 at 2:04 am

    Such a brilliant card and it also looks delicious

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  • 7. Bev  |  September 2, 2015 at 7:40 pm

    Any way you spell it, this deep-fried delight looks delicious! And dang, girl, this is one really, really fun card! I can see this as a project for some of the grandkids when they come for Thanksgiving in November. You are just tooooooo brilliant for words. Love this!

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  • 8. tsurutadesigns  |  September 3, 2015 at 1:37 pm

    You are a genius.

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  • 9. Miriam Prantner  |  September 3, 2015 at 8:21 pm

    Such a cool card! Love the interactive-ness!

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