Saturday, April 15, 2017

Get Whale Soon

Interactive cards are too much fun to make, but I don't make them all that often. I should, though, as both my boys really like seeing how they work!

The LawnFawnatics is having a challenge: Interactive Cards, and I couldn't pass up the opportunity to play along. I don't have many new Lawn Fawn sets, so it is fun to break them out and bring new life into them.

I started by creating a panel with a mix of the green and blue distress oxide inks, and then die cut our a spinner portion.

I then stamped, colored and fussy cut some images from an older Lawn Fawn set, Critters in the Sea. The whale was attached to a spinner and tucked into the spinner track. I then stamped a sentiment, a mix from Critters in the Sea and On the Mend onto a panel and adhered some corresponding sea creatures.

For a finishing touch, I stamped some bubbles and added some Crystal Clear Nuvo Drops. The whale spins and swims along the track.


  1. OMGSH, how cute! I also love how you colored the whale!

  2. Oh my word...ADORABLE! Love how your colored your whale and did your background!
    I love seeing interactive cards. even though I have yet to make one. ;)

  3. This is wicked cute! We have a ton of Right Whales and their babies swimming in the Cape Cod Bay right now and this card reminded me of that :) love your background too!! thank you so much for joining us at the Lawn Fawnatics Challenge Blog!

  4. This is adorable! How fun is the little whale swimming in a circle!

  5. Oh how fun! That background is amazing too. Haven't bit the bullet on oxide inks...but thinking I might need to!

  6. This is so darn cute! The background is gorgeous and I love the way you coloured the whale. Those Crystal Clear Nuvo drops are on my wish list - they look so cool!