Hello friends! I'm super excited to share this tutorial featuring the brand new Lawn Fawn Magic Picture Changer dies! If you're obsessed with interactive cards like I am you're going to love this latest addition to the amazing Lawn Fawn collection of interactive dies!
V I D E O T U T O R I A L
To watch the creation of this interactive magic picture changer card from start to finish, click HERE or watch below:
To create the Magic Picture Changer, the fortune cookie images from the Year Eight Stamp Set were stamped on Neenah smooth white cardstock with Jet Black Ink. The images were masked and then colored in with Copic Markers, including the background. I didn't worry too much about being neat with the background coloring as the frame will hide any imperfections. What makes this Magic Picture Changer work is that it's flat, so no coordinating dies can be used for these images.
The Magic Picture Changer was assembled according to the directions in the video. As far as interactive cards go, this is one of the easier ones, in my opinion. It just "pops" together! So easy once you're done one! Yay! The pull tab from the Magic Picture Changer was die cut from Lawn Fawn Speckles patterned paper and stamped with "pull here" from the Push Here Stamp Set. The tab was glued in place at the top of the slider. This keep the slider in place so it doesn't slide down to low. The tab is wider than the slider opening so it acts as a "stopper".
The Magic Picture Changer Add On frame was die cut from Black Licorice Cardstock and adhered to the front of the interactive embellishment. A sentiment from the Simply Celebrate Stamp Set was stamped at the top with clear embossing ink and heat set with white embossing powder.
Images from the Let's Roll Stamp Set were stamped on another piece of smooth white cardstock using Jet Black Ink, colored in with Copic Markers, and die cut with the coordinating Let's Roll Dies. The images were adhered along the bottom edge of the Magic Picture Changer as shown. Be sure to keep any adhesive on the frame and not on the interactive element. ;)
A Large Stitched Rectangle was die cut from another piece of Lawn Fawn Speckles patterned paper and stamped with images from the Year Eight and Let's Roll stamp sets. The images were colored in with Copic Markers.
The Magic Picture Changer was adhered to the center of the panel with foam adhesive which makes grabbing the pull tab much easier!
S U P P L I E S
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