Hello friends! Welcome to the Lawn Fawn March Inspiration Week! Today the Design Team is showcasing the brand new Get Well Before 'n Afters Stamp Set and coordinating dies. I paired these new stamps and dies with the Magic Picture Changer for an interactive card design.
V I D E O T U T O R I A L
Watch the creation of this interactive magic picture changer card from start to finish below or click HERE to watch in HD:
The background of a 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" Mermaid Cardstock panel was stenciled with Fish Tank Ink and the MFT Make Waves Stencil. The Magic Picture Changer Add On frame was die cut from the background panel. This ensures that the interactive element matches the background perfectly.
The Magic Picture Changer was assembled per the instructions in the video tutorial above. The Magic Picture Changer frame add on was adhered over the interactive element, and then was adhered to the card background with foam adhesive as shown.
A banner was die cut from Simon Says Stamp Island Blue with a Fancy Folded Banner die and stamped with greetings from the Get Well Before 'n Afters stamp set with clear embossing ink and heat embossed with white embossing powder.
Waves were die cut from Lawn Fawn Mermaid Cardstock and Simon Says Stamp Island Blue Cardstock using the Stitched Wave Borders Dies. The borders were adhered along the bottom edge of the scene.
Additional images from the Sublime and Duh-nuh stamp sets were stamped on smooth white cardstock, colored in with Copic Markers, and die cut with the coordinating Sublime and Duh-nuh dies. The images were adhered to the scene. Glossy Accents was added to the bubbles and die cut hearts for a smooth, glossy finish.
S U P P L I E S
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