Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Interactive card!


Hello! Second post for today. I had a very craft oriented day today. Managed to do 3 cards :)
This card is for two challenges. First for A Blog Named Hero - Topsy Turvy  Challenge. Second for Hero Art's Interactive Birthday challenge.

I have also enrolled into Julie Ebersole's Interactive Card class called Fold it! Pop it! Flip it! So today's card is based on the slider card Julie made. I always wanted to make one but looked so difficult to make. After seeing Julie's video, it is actually easy. Here is my pocket slider birthday card.


 Here is the inside of the card.
Just so beautiful when you open the card to see the the message pop out as a surprise :)


Supplies:
Cardstock: White cardstock from Wplus9, Daffodil Delight and Wild Wasabi from SU
Stamp sets: Cuckoo,Dots and Flowers, Joy Ride from Hero Arts, Calendar Basics, Inside Out Birthday and Wonderful Words Additions from PTI
Inks: Hero Arts Night Chalk Ink, Butter Cup.
Accessories: Rhinestones from Kaisercraft and Washi Tape

I have used the sentiment as a background on the card front.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great evening.

Ta!
Pin It

19 comments:

Dawn said...

fabulous card. Like the yellow and black together.

Tina said...

This is totaly fabulous. Love the little flowers between sentiments and great use of washi tape. many thanks for playing with us at A Blog Named Hero.

Kara Lynne said...

That is fantastic! You put so much care into the details of your cards, it's amazing.

Joyce said...

Just stunning. I have never gotten the hang of those sorts of cards. I think it's because I am spatially challenged. I love how you created the background out of sentiments.

Marlena M. said...

This is so gadgety! I love it. It's beautiful too.

Agata said...

Gorgeous!

Jenny said...

eek this is stunning Gayatri... I subscribed to this course too, it's such fun!
Love your version of the pocket slider :0)
Did you get my message about the camera stamps at There She Goes???
Jenny x

Cris said...

Great interactive card! The way you used the sentiments to create the front panel is stunning! Thanks for playing with us at A Blog Named Hero!

Virginia L. said...

Wow, this rocks, Gayatri! Congrats on the Hero Arts Tweet!

donna mikasa said...

Such a fun, interactive card! Love the color combo and the touch of gingham!

Julie S. said...

I love the black and yellow together with that splash of green.

Amy said...

Wow this is so cool Gayatri! Love this.....Looks like you are having fun with this class! Can't wait to chat again!

pcm said...

wonderful!

Christina said...

This is so cool! The pops of bright yellow are fabulous!

cheiron said...

Love your interactive card! Thanks for playing along with Challenge # 3 on A Blog Named Hero!

Mary Dawn said...

i love this strong color combo! thanks for playing along with our challenge #3 at A Blog Named Hero :)

Melissa Shea said...

How fun is that card? I love the flips! The black & yellow color combo is pretty :) Thanks for joining us at A Blog Named Hero :)

Kristina said...

Love the colors and layout/design. Very prettily done!

visiting from A Blog Named Hero Challenge
Please stop by and say hello!
www.pearlgateway.com

Lucy Newton said...

Congratulations on winning at A Blog Named Hero, your card is gorgeous!

 
SITE DESIGN BY DESIGNER BLOGS