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Costume Party Interactive Card


Hi crafty friends! Jenn here wishing you a happy Monday! Today I have an interactive Halloween card featuring the super cute Costume Party set from Lawn Fawn. I wanted this scene to look like a group of friends trick or treating so as you pull the tab, the whole group moves towards the dinosaur friend giving out candy!




First, I stamped, colored (Copic markers listed below), and die cut the images. Then I started working on the background. I ink blended a night sky with Distress Oxides (seedless preserves, blueprint sketch, chipped sapphire, black soot) and splattered with water. After it dried, I used the Trick or Treat stencils by Honey Bee and black soot Distress Oxide ink to create the tree and houses. To create the silvery gray moon, I used the same Trick or Treat stencils with picket fence Distress Ink, pumice stone and hickory smoke Distress Oxide inks. (My kids kept thinking it was the earth and I had to insist it was the moon... So please tell me it looks like a moon...! 😆)


For the grass, I cut a piece of green cardstock with Simple Stitched Hillside Borders by Lawn Fawn and added some black soot Distress Oxide. Then I stamped the sentiment and heat embossed it with white embossing powder.


To make the interactive element, I used the Slider Glider dies from Mama Elephant. I attached a larger piece of acetate because I was going to adhere 3 images. You can see this in the picture below. After figuring out where the images would go, I stamped the surprise sentiment onto the pull tab. I cut out the tiny triangle for the pull tab using a die from Lawn Fawn's Swish 'n Pop pull tab set (not seen in the picture below but you can see it in the other pictures).

Behind the scenes look at the interactive magic

I assembled the images and grass piece using double layers of foam tape and squares (triple for the pumpkin kid and witch/Elphaba). The inside panel was cut out from Lawn Fawn's Outside In Stitched Rectangles and I added the sentiment and extra images. Finally, I added white gel pen accents and hints of glitter to the images.


And that's it! Thank you for stopping by! Don't forget to check out the BRI store for some crafty goodies! Happy crafting!


Copic markers used:

Witch/Elphaba: N2, N4, N6, V04, V06, V09, YG11, E01, E57, E59

Pumpkin kid: YR14, YR16, YR18, Y17, E000, E00, E01, E13, E15, N6

Dinosaur kid: YG01, YG03, YG13, YG17, G05, E000, E01

Unicorn kid: BV0000, BV00, BG10, RV00, V01, V04

Treats: N0. N2, RV00, BV01, Y17, YG03, BG10

Mummy: W1, W3, E000

Pumpkin: YR14, YR16, YR18, Y17

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