Hi there, welcome to my little bit of the blogiverse. Thank you so much for visiting.
It's been a while since I made kinetic card - too long, in fact, so I reckoned it was high time I did! I saw a card on YouTube (by Karen Burniston) that I liked and wanted to see if I could re-create it using Stampin' Up! products. Here's my card, which is based on the Circle card thinlits die.
Open the card and the cup inside moves over to join its partner -
It's probably easiest to show it in action on the video tutorial -
By the way, have you noticed the new blog/video schedule? I'm now blogging/YouTubing on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and it seems to be going OK so far. Hope I haven't jinxed myself by saying that...
Anyway, with any luck - I'll see you back here on Thursday.
I love your flip card with the teapot and mugs. Just wondering what page or number are the thinlit dies and do they come as a bundle.ReplyDelete
They are on page 34 of the Occasions catalogue and are going to retire at the end of May. They are selling out very fast.Delete
They are part of a bundle but not with the stamps I used, which are on Page 12 - and which are being carried over into the new catalogue.