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Cheery Christmas Interactive Card

Happy Monday, crafty friends! I hope you all enjoyed a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday and are now ready to crank up the Christmas cheer! 

Today I'm sharing an interactive card featuring Lawn Fawn's Flippy Flappy and Cheery Christmas. I also added the cute puppy from Furry and Bright because he wanted to help his squirrel friend decorate the tree. I colored the stamped images with Copic markers (listed below) and used Lawn Fawn jalapeno ink for the tree. 

To create the cardbase panel and the background, I used Lawn Fawn paper from the Snow Day collection. For the snowy background, I darkened the edges with evergreen bough Distress ink (Distress oxide works too). I cut a snowy hill using the Lawn Fawn Simple Stitched Hillside Borders and stamped the sentiment. 

I know interactive cards can seem intimidating to assemble but the Flippy Flappy is super easy and it makes such a fun way to present a gift card! Check out how to assemble the Flippy Flappy here and I hope you give it a try!

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a great day! Don't forget that TODAY is the LAST day of the BRI Black Friday sale! AND there is a BONUS cyber Monday deal (see below)! (Note: free shipping does not apply during the sale because it's already such a good deal!) And TODAY is also Vanessa's birthday! So when you place your BRI order today, put a little happy birthday note for her in the comments box when you're checking out! Happy birthday, Vanessa!!😁





Copic markers used:

Puppy: E11, E13, E15, E18

Squirrel: E70, E71, E74, E77

Decorations and lights: R27, Y11, Y13, Y15, G05, BG13



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