Hi my friends and welcome!
Today I want to share with you 2 adorable digital stamp images from Heartcraft Paper shop and how I used them to create my card!
I started by printing my images onto Neenah 80 lb paper using a toner printer then i cut them with my Scan n Cut machine.
My background is slightly smaller than my landscape card that measures 4 1/4 by 5 1/2 inch and it was made with acrylic paint by putting drops of paint onto my paper on the left side and then dragging it from left to right with a ruler just like Jennifer McGuire did in a recent video of her.I add her link here.Please ignore that grassy hill i decided not to use it anymore in my card.
I want to create a slider element on my card so i used a die from Lawn Fawn “Slide on over die set “ to cut out a channel on my background where my Grandma Wolf image will slide from left to right .I then cut out a little card stock circle that ill put it behind my slider element that will help my image to slide freely.
Its time to assembly the card! I glued my little circle with Glossy Accents on my slider element and then i added lots of Foam Tape but leaving enough space around my circle to slide. Then i removed the foam tape and adhere my panel on my card base, then i used a drop of Glossy Accents to glue my Grandma Wolf image on to my slider element and leave it a little bit of time to dry. Then I took my Bayou Background die cut and used liquid glue behind it and add that to my card base on top of my dragged painted background. Then I adhere my Little Red girl with Foam Tape on the left side of the panel and now the wolf slides free from right to left till my little girl.
For my sentiment i White heat embossed on a little black square card stock a sentiment stamp from Pinkfresh studio called “Magical Unicorn” that says “You are one of a kind” .. i thought that fits perfectly with the scene that I created for this card.
I added some Glossy Accents on that little sentiment square and also on the eyes of the wolf for some dimension and some interest. And that completes my card for today! Here is a short video showing how the Grandma Wolf is sliding:
Thank you and wish you a great day.