Today I'm sharing an interactive Easter Card featuring Lawn Fawn stamps and dies. A pull tab slider created with a Slide On Over Die makes creating a little pop up bunny so easy!
Images from Hoppy Easter, Happy Easter, Chirpy Chirp Chirp, Elphie Selphie, and Year Four were stamped on smooth white cardstock using Lawn Fawn Jet Black Ink and colored with Copic Markers. Once colored I die cut the images with the coordinating Hoppy Easter Dies, Happy Easter Dies, Chirpy Chirp Chirp Dies, Elphie Selphie Dies, and Year Four Dies.
The background of the scene was die cut from a Watercolor Wishes Patterned Paper with a Small Cross-Stitched Rectangle Die. I cut another rectangle from Cilantro Cardstock and from that rectangle, I die cut two borders for the scene using Simple Grassy Hillsides Dies. The grassy border in the back was adhered to the sky background and then a slider guide was die cut from that background using a Slide On Over Die. On the front grass border, I stamped a greeting from the Hoppy Easter stamp set using Versamark Ink and heat embossed the greeting with white embossing powder.
A slider track was placed behind the slider track and the die cut Hoppy Easter bunny was adhered to the slider. I adhered the greeting grass border to the front of the card with two layers of foam adhesive.
I assembled the scene as shown, tucking images behind each layer of grass to give lots of dimension to this Easter scene card.
Foam adhesive was placed on the back of the panel on each side of the slider and then adhered to a die cut Zig Zag rectangle. When you pull on the tab the bunny peeks out from behind the grass!
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To watch the creation of this Easter pull tab slider card from start to finish, click HERE or watch below:
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