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Roll with It Interactive card

Roll with It Interactive card

Retro Rewind is such a fun release with so many products that just take you back to the 90s like these roller skates. It is one of the smaller stamps but so fun to create with. 

Today I am making an interactive card creating the illusion of the roller skates moving. I started by ink-blending the background panel with distress inks. I chose Picked Raspberry, Squeezed Lemonade and Tumbled Glass. But choose any of your favorite ink colors and create a panel. Next, using the Ribbon Curls stencil (2022 release) I inked up the stencil using the same colors as the panel underneath. Over this I used Fallen Snow Glitter Glaze so that the Ribbons were glittering. I let this dry while I worked on the stamped image. 

I stamped the skates and the sentiment with Raven black ink and quickly heat set it so that I could use alcohol markers to color the stamped image. Again I chose yellows, blues and bright pinks for a coordinated look. Once done, I fussy cut the image.

Next for the interactive part, I used dies that cut a slider portion out, making sure to save the slider cut out so that I could adhere it back to the card base during assembly to give a seamless look. I die cut 2 small round pieces of cardstock about 1/4 inch big. To one of these I glued the slider buttons that are just the right size to fit in the slider hole. Flipping the panel I adhered the other circular disc so that it formed a sandwich which would slide and glide in the slider bar. 

Finally for the assembly I used foam tape behind the background panel making sure it was not close to the slider button mechanism. Next, I adhered and assembled the panel adding the roller skate image on top of the slider button. And that was it. Sentiment was added and a few gems glued to finish the card. 

Do you like to make slider or other interactive cards? I hope this blog post inspires you to try something different if you haven't already. Please give me a follow @table_in_the_attic on Instagram and Facebook and follow @brutusmonroe on social media including Youtube for daily inspiration from inspiration team members. 

Until next time, happy crafting!

Sweta @table_in_the_attic

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