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Cutest Penguins Mega Flipper Card

Hello there crafty friends! I love penguins and oh my-lanta, this Kebin the Penguin stamp set by Paperie Ink is just the cutest! Just look at his squishy face! I just had to feature him in this interactive card.

I stamped and colored the images with Copic markers (listed below) and fussy cut them out. For the penguin with the hat, I added flocking with the quickie glue pen. Have you used flocking before? You should definitely try it! It makes things fuzzy! I want to flock all the things now.

Next, I cut out the panels and interactive mechanism using Mama Elephant's Mega Flipper dies. (Don't be fooled by this interactive card-- it is super easy to make and lots of fun to receive! How to video here at 13:02) To create the background, I used the emboss resist technique with clear embossing powder and Distress Inks (peacock feathers, salvaged patina, tumbled glass). I stamped the snow image from Lawn Fawn's Window Scene: Winter and heat embossed it before ink blending. 

For the snowy drifts, I cut out additional panels and used Mama Elephant's Landscape Trio to cut little snowy hills. The sentiments were from Mama Elephant's Mini Merry Messages stamped with Lawn Fawn chili pepper ink. I added Lawn Fawn prisma glitter with the quickie glue pen to the snow drifts and also the ink blended background. 

I created the striped background and gift card pocket using Concord & 9th's Pinstripe Background stamp, Lawn Fawn inks (chili pepper and mermaid), and the Lawn Fawn Outside In Stitched Rectangles. The gift card pocket was cut using Lawn Fawn's Diagonal Gift Card Pocket. I love how this mega flipper is a fun way to present a gift card! (You can also just stamp a sentiment or write your message on the pull out tab instead of using it for a gift card.) 

Thank you for stopping by! Have a wonderful day and happy crafting! 💖Jenn


Copic markers used:

Penguins: N2, N4, N6, N8, YR16, YR21, R00, W0, W1

Accessories: R24, R27, R29, G05, G09, Y11, Y13, Y15, B16

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