Hello, Gaylynn here. Interactive wobble pun card making adds a surprise element for the recipient. Today, on the Unity blog, I am sharing this super fun technique which is always well received.
Here, I made a cute interactive wobble pun card with a washing machine element along with a coordinating stamped background.
Hope your birthday is loads of fun. Rinse. Spin. Drain.
I made a quick video tutorial HERE showing the process for this project.
These are helpful tips for creating this interactive wobble pun card. To begin, die-cut or trim card front layers from color and white card stock. Next, stamp, color and trim the washing machine and the sentiment. Also, onto yellow cardstock, stamp the background using the smaller sock and hanger stamps. And, add a touch of color using colored pencils or markers to the background stamping. Then, add color to the washing machine. I used Copic markers for the machine. To build the card, layer the background, the wonky pieces, cording and the sentiment onto the card base. Finally, add an action wobble spring to the back of the washing machine and place that onto the white top panel, to finish.
This is a closer look.
Also, hemp cording, Prismacolor color pencils PC938 & PC911; Copic markers C1, BG93, G000, YR31, E50, YR000, BV25; My Favorite Things ink pads in extreme black, jalapeno popper and prickly pear, and also chiffon and jalapeno popper card stock; foam and flat double-sided tape, original Misti, Anna Griffin empress die cutting machine, My Creative Time label dies.
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