Friday, April 27, 2018

Interactive Rainy Day Card and Video by Ellen Haxelmans



Today we have another fun interactive project to share by Ellen! Each month she is sharing an interactive project one week after our new release! 

Today is she's sharing how to make a card with a scene on a flap that folds up for a message inside!
Interactive Rainy Day Card by Ellen Haxelmans | Front | Newton's Rainy Day Stamp Set and Sky and Sea Border Die Sets by Newton's Nook Designs #newtonsnook #handmade
To create the scene on the card front she used the image of the kitty with the umbrella and duck from our Newton's Rainy Day Stamp Set. She colored it fun fun bright colors and created a rainy scene for him using clouds die cut with our Sky Borders Die Set and waves die cut using our Sea Borders Die Set. She also added in a lily pad and cattails from our Winston's Lake House Stamp Set.
Interactive Rainy Day Card by Ellen Haxelmans | Inside | Umbrella Pals Stamp Set and Essential Alphabet Die Sets by Newton's Nook Designs #newtonsnook #handmade
When the card opens you reveal this adorable message inside! She used our Sky Borders Die Set to make a matching cloudy sky to the front. Then she added in the umbrella critter from our new Umbrella Pals Stamp Set and gave him some adorable googly eyes. She then added the "Miss U" sentiment, created with letters that were die cut using our new Essential Alphabet Die Set. How wonderful! 

Want to see how she did it?
Ellen is sharing a video today too with details on her project: 
Don't forget you can always see more beautiful creations by Ellen!
Just visit her over at her blog Crafty Ellen!

8 comments:

  1. I really like this beautiful card. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thank you so much! If you ever make s card like this please show me!

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  2. SQUEAL!! This is such a SWEET Interactive Card Ellen!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE the Design!! I'm pretty SURE it'll hold a SPECIAL place in (Nina Marie's??) Heart!! ;)
    THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEKEND!!

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    1. Aww how do you know?! I hope Nina love it hihi. Did you ever had the chance meeting her? Wish I could meet all of you!

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  3. This is totally adorable Ellen. A beautiful job on it, that's for sure.

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