Here's the scoop, Interactive card
I am back with this fun card for Scrap’N Stamp. I couldn't be happier but I have to be honest my mojo had taken a hit big time.
So I apologize for not having the usual step by step instructions and or photos,
I was so focused on getting my idea out that I totally blanked on taking pictures along the way.
I hope you find inspiration with this card.
I used numerous Lawn fawn products for this card all of which can be found at Scrap’n Stamp and are linked below.
I had the Here’s the scoop stamp set in my stash for some time and had not used it ever, so when I purchased the add on to the reveal wheel I knew I wanted to use it together to create a fun card, then I thought how cool would it be to do a double interactive card, not only the outside being playful but the inside too.
So to start off the card I pulled out my Tim Holtz water color paper and my versa fine black onyx ink and started stamping out the images. I used my misti as the paper is textured and I wanted to make sure I got a good impression. I decided stamp out two panels, one of which I could practice on.
Once I had everything stamped I decided to do all my die cutting for the card, from the reveal wheel to the pivot pop up, this way I wasn't going back and forth from my desk to my die cutting machine. I die cut all the reveal wheel portions from the water color paper, as well as the ice cream cones. Once that was done I die cut the pivot pop up from the same color of card stock that I would end up using for the card base, which was Robins blue from bazzill.
The card base it self is a standard top folding A2 4¼ x 5½
I used numerous different types of water colors from my stash to paint in the main panel of the card. I just kept it very loose and fun not worrying about shading or anything like that. For the wheel and for the ice cream cone images I used my Ken Oliver color burst to add some quick and vibrant color. I loved how it turned out and how vibrant they are.
I popped up the reveal wheel on to some Yellow paper to make everything pop. I adhered everything together with strong adhesive to make sure everything held because this card has a LOT of dimension. ( so much so I had a hard time getting good pictures-especially for the inside)
To finish off the card I stamped out the Here's the scoop sentiment on to a tiny die cut banner, and for the inside I found a sentiment from a old sticker collection I had in my stash, it just worked so well.
Thank you for stopping and I do hope you found some inspiration from this card.
All products are linked below and stay tuned as I will be doing a giveaway shortly to thank everyone for their patience.
Have a wonderful Weekend.