Hi Crafty Friends,
Today I am sharing an interactive card I created recently using products from Karen Burniston (KB Riley) and Riley and Company.
I love paper dolls of any type, and have a large collection of the stamped version in my stash that I have accumulated over the years. Recently I purchased a few of the new cow and some of the dress up sets which are all part of the Dress Up Riley range from Riley and Company. Up until recently there was only Riley the Moose to dress up, but they have now included a fun cow as well. As Karen Burniston recently released her barn pop stand die set along with some other farm related dies, I decided to add the dress up cow and some of the dress up sets, including the farm set to my stash.
I was originally planning on creating a pop-up card using these stamps, but in the end I decided to pull out the Triple Flip die set to create a single flip card. This is a technique that my friend Karen Aicken came up with a little while ago and it gives more options on using this die set.
I used one of the rectangle panels from the Crosshatch - Rectangles die set, die cutting this twice (for either side of the flip). I then also die cut the rectangle using blue designer paper and brown cardstock to create the background.
I stamped, colored and cut out the cow, tractor, shirt, hat and straw from the Dress Up Riley - Farm Clear Stamp set and adhered them to the front of my card.
When you pull the tab, it reveals the back of the rectangle panel. I created another scene here using another cow, the dress, chickens and eggs from the Dress Up Riley - Farmer Clear Stamp set.
I added the barn to the centre of the cow print panel, which hides the other two holes the Triple Flip die cuts into the panel when die cutting. I added a sentiment to the top of the barn.
All sentiments used on this card are from Newton's Nook Designs You're Moo-velous Clear Stamp set.
On the inside of the card, I added another rectangle panel with another scene and sentiment.
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