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Sending Hugs Li'l Monkey

Hi there lovely peeps. How's it going? Vera here today for your weekend inspiration. 

One of my favorite kind of card to make are interactive card, especially the kind that  make people say how does it work? Like this magic slider card. ;) I think this would be such a fun card to give to kids and adults alike.




For this card, I used a set that's close to my heart, because this set from SugarPea Designs called Caring Critters is part of sets designed specifically for my Caring Hearts Card Drive (that is going on full swing right now and you have 1 more month to send in your cards). We started with just designing sentiment set, then we got way excited and ended up with extra set. Because after all, what could be better than cute critter caring happy mail, right? And, with the sale of this set, portion of the profit is donated to Alzheimer Association.

It kind of hard to see, but the background actually stamped with MFT Etched Flower Background Stamp. If you click on the pic, you could see a large version of the pic & it will show the background better. 

Now, the fun part! As you pull the tag, taadaa..... a colored version of the cheeky li'l monkey is appearing.




And, here with the tag completely pull out of the frame. I made the scalloped frame using MFT Die-namics Stitched Rectangle Scallop Frames and the tag using MFT Die-namics Pierced Traditional Tag Stax.




Fun card, right?  And, how cute is this swinging li'l fella? I just love the way his tail wrap around the happy  mail.

Well peeps, that's all from me today. I hope this weekend you will take the time to make some cards for Caring Hearts Card Drive. We sure could use some cards. Right now it's slowly trickling in. LOL, every year it's like that and I always get nervous. I want to reach as many nursing home as possible and I can only do it with your participation. So, let's get creative, make some cards & spread some joy!! Looking forward to getting your Caring Hearts package. Again, all info for Caring Hearts Card Drive can be found HERE.

Have a fabulous weekend everyone!

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  1. love this! so cute and fun to see him turn into color!

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