Cruising by slider card


Today I’m sharing a slider card featuring Sunny Studio “Cruising Critters” stamp set.


I colored the images using watercolor markers. I love coloring images that are quite big, like this car full of cute animals.


I knew I wanted to make a slider card because it is perfect for this stamp set. When you pull the tab, the car moves in the opposite direction. Isn’t that cool?


Part of the sentiment is hidden behind the car, and it is visible when you use the mechanism. I used Lawn Fawn “Let’s Bokeh” stamp set, partially stamping the word shine.

Here you have a short video of the card to watch how the mechanism works.

Thank you very much for stopping by! Have a great day!

Supply list


  • Sunny Studio “Cruising Critters”
  • Sunny Studio “Scenic Route”
  • Lawn Fawn “Let’s Bokeh” (sentiment)


  • Waffle Flower “Pull Tabs”
  • Neat and Tangled “So fly” (clouds)


  • Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers


  • Versafine Onyx black ink
  • Tumbled Glass Distress
  • Lawn Fawn Narwhal
  • Lawn Fawn Yeti


  • Strathmore Smooth Bristol paper
  • Canson Bristol paper
  • Glossy Accents
  • Sakura Black Glaze pen

Every Morning Concert


Today I’m sharing a reveal wheel card inspired by my cats, especially by Sakura. Every morning she wakes us up meowing, in all the different ways you can imagine! When I saw Lawn Fawn “Critter Chatter: Pets” stamp set I immediately thought about her 🙂


First, I stamped the images from “Meow you doing'” on Bristol paper using Versafine Onyx black ink. Then, I colored everything with Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers and die cut them using coordinating dies. For the cat’s bed, I made some paper piecing using Lawn Fawn “Let’s Polka in the Meadow” paper collection.


Next, I used “Reveal Wheel” dies on white cardstock. I made a pattern using repeatedly Waffle Flower “Pattern Play” stamps with Lawn Fawn Minty Fresh ink. I love this ink color! On another panel, I drew a chess floor with pencil and colored it with a black alcohol marker. I put the scene together, using foam tape to glue the cat.


I stamped the cat’s sounds on the wheel using black ink and then assembled the card. I used the same Lawn Fawn pattern paper to frame the scene and glued everything to a black cardstock panel. I also added the frame for the window and the little arrow in black. Last, I stamped the sentiment on a strip of white cardstock and glued it to the card.


This card was so fun to make! I love reveal wheel cards, and this one reminds me of my kitties and makes me giggle every time I play with it 🙂 I hope you like it too!!

I’m entering this card into Simon Says Stamp’s Work It Wednesday:

Thanks for stopping by!! Have an awesome day!

Beach Babes Interactive Card


Today I have a fun interactive card to share with you featuring Hello Bluebird “Beach Babes” stamp set. As soon as I saw this stamp set, I fell in love with those piggies. Aren’t they too cute? And I knew I wanted to make this kind of interactive card with the piggies playing in the water. I got mad thinking of how to make a mechanism to make one pig go up while the other goes down, and finally, I found the one I used on a book called “Pop-Up! A manual of paper mechanisms” by Duncan Birmingham.


First, I stamped the images on Bristol paper using Versafine Onyx Black ink. I used Neat and Tangled “Backdrop” stamp to mirror stamp one of the pigs. Then, I colored the images with Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers. I tried to color the pigs with soft colors, because I generally tend to use bold colors, and I’m pretty happy with the result. I used coordinating dies to die cut all the images. Next, I inked a piece of Bristol paper with Wild Honey, Scattered Straw and Squeezed Lemonade Distress Inks, spritzed some water and dried it with a paper towel after few seconds. For the sea, I inked two pieces of Bristol paper I had die cut using Mama Elephant “Ocean Waves Trio” dies with VersaColor ink in mint color.



To make the mechanism, I used Waffle Flower “Pull Tabs” dies and Lawn Fawn “Slide on-over” dies. I have some pictures of a prototype of the mechanism at the end of the post. I hope it helps to understand how it works! I used foam tape to adhere the panel with the mechanism to the background panel, and also to glue the front wave panel so the pigs can move easily. Then I glued the pig with the floaty and the water drops. I also decorated the pull tab with some patterned paper. Here you can watch a video of the mechanism in action 😀


I’m very happy with this card, although it was kinda hard to make and I spent quite a time making the mechanism work, but, honestly, I love making interactive cards!!

I’m entering this card into Simon Says Stamp’s Work It Wednesday:

Hope you like this card! Thanks for stopping by! Have an amazing day!

Here are some pictures of the mechanism:

When you pull the green pull tab, the pink tabs move and force the yellow pull bars, that are connected to the pink ones with a brad and fed through a slit, to move vertically. The pink sleeves on the front of the card are to guide the yellow tabs. In my card, this mechanism was mounted on the background wave panel, and I adhered the pigs to the yellow pull bars. As I wanted the beach ball to move horizontally, I used a strip of acetate I adhered to the back of the green pull tab. I want to point out that in the card I used acetate for the pull bars because I found they needed to be sturdy.