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Harry Potter Interactive Card

 Hi crafty friends! I know Harry Potter themed cards can be made year round, but there's something about October that feels extra Harry Potter-y! Last year, I made this Harry Potter card and my stamp sets got a workout 😂. This year, I went a bit simpler because I had this vision of an interactive card featuring my interpretation of the dragon scene in Goblet of Fire! 

I created this mini slimline card using a mix of products from Mama Elephant and Lawn Fawn. The background is a first for me-- I drew and colored the stones and fence with Copic markers. (I was inspired by this Sandy Allnock Instagram post and then watched this Sandy Allnock YouTube video and thought I would attempt a custom Copic colored background. YouTube makes you think you can do anything!😂 Definitely not professional level but it was good enough for me!) The rocks in the foreground were cut out with a Mama Elephant die and then ink blended with Distress Oxides.

I used foam tape to pop up the rocks to leave room for the slider glider mechanism. (The slider glider is super easy to put together! Click HERE for the how to video!) To finish the card, I heat embossed the sentiment and popped up the whole scene with foam tape on a black card base.

Card in action!

Supplies used: (Note-- if there are things that are out of stock, send Vanessa an email to see if she can order it for you! #supportsmallbusiness)

Mama Elephant Me and My Dragon

Lawn Fawn Bicycle Built for You (and dies)

Lawn Fawn You Are Sublime -- used a bubble for Harry's glasses

Lawn Fawn Booyah -- for the broomstick (I did some masking to make a longer broomstick)

Lawn Fawn Coaster Critters -- for the sentiment

Mama Elephant Slider Glider

Lawn Fawn Swish n Pop Pull Tab -- for the arrow on the pull tab 

Distress Oxides: pumice stone, weathered wood, hickory smoke, black soot

Mama Elephant Kingdom Trio dies

Lawn Fawn Critters From the Past dies -- for the golden egg

Gold cardstock

White embossing powder

Embossing ink

Thank you so much for stopping by! Don't forget to enter the BRI Moodboard challenge for a chance to win a $20 gift certificate for the shop! Have a magical day! 💖Jenn

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