Sunday, March 15, 2020

Pop Up Slider Easter Card

There's a new pop-up slider die cut on the market that creates a mechanism for the pop up feature. This one does not involve a slit in your card, so it's different from the others. I very nearly bought it the day it became available! BUT... as I DIY'd the slit version, I decided to attempt a DIY version of this one first too.

And it worked. And it was easier than the slit version! So, I used it on this Easter card.

The bunny's ears are peeking out of the wagon. Pull the tab at the bottom and UP pops the bunny with its Easter message!

I think it's fun! I used distress oxide ink for the sky, splattered it with water for texture, and then sealed it with a Vaseline-glycerine mixture that is similar to micro-glaze. The stitched hill is raised on foam tape to hide the pop-up slider mechanism. (I have a second design like this in mind but I don't know if I'll get to it.)

I coloured my bunny with my Copic markers.

I like this new style of slider. I will have to experiment with it more in the future.

What's your favourite style of interactive card?

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