I don't make a lot of interactive cards but every time I do, I really enjoy it and wonder, why I don't make more often. This is a quite simple way for an interactive element. There's a lot of inspiration on the MFT YouTube channel where my fellow DT members show amazing ways to get some movement to their cards.
Next, I created my watercolor background. This is a quite simple and easy background to do. All I did was painting a little green at the bottom of my watercolor paper and some light blue to the upper part. Before the light blue color was dry, I dipped away some of it with a dry paper towel to get the look of soft clouds. After the panel was dry, I stamped some grass details and the little flower. After coloring the tiny flower, I started creating the interactive part of the card.
I tried to write down the following steps for you (several times) but it I have to admit that it was quite hard for me to write down really good instructions. I felt like my tutorial started to get super confusing and as English is not my native language, I was missing the right words to make it easier to understand. I decided to skip this step and link to the card that inspired me for todays creation. There are also a lot of talented cardmakers out there with YouTube tutorials on interactive cards. I feel like seeing the instructions on a video is so much better than reading about it. If you have any questions, please, feel free to ask.
Here's the video that inspired me: MFT YouTube Channel: Interactive Vulcano Card
Here's a bunch of interactive cards on the MFT YouTube Channel
We would love to see your interactive cards using MFT products! You can find more inspiration and all the information on how to play along on the MFT Blog! So hop over and join the fun!
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