Friday, 31 August 2018

Flipping whale

Hello friends,

I got some time to share an interesting interactive card with you all. Here you go,


My darling whale from lawn fawn can do a terrific flip. Do you want to see? Here is a small video for you all. Hit the play button to watch it.







Do you want to know how I made this? Well, I was inspired by a talented artist Connie Stewart at youtube. Later I came to know Sandy Allnock ( well known fabulous crafter) also made a card after her. So sharing both of their making videos here. Click the links and learn to make one for yourself. It's so interesting and fun.

Connie's video- https://youtu.be/KebfQv3fILQ
Sandy allnock's video -

Hope you all liked my version too. ☺️

I'm playing along at twist challenge



Less is more challenge



CASology challenge


Watercooler Wednesday challenge





Thank you for stopping by. Happy crafting.

Cheers.

Raga!!




11 comments:

  1. Such a fun card. Love the splashes of color.

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  2. I love the cute whale as P.....thanks for joining us at The Twisted Challenges August Theme

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  3. Cute cute whale! Lovely splashes of ocean colours. Thanks for joining us at The Twisted Challenges! Tejal

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  4. This is jut too darn cute...what a sweet card.

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  5. What a flipping fun card that will bring a huge smile to its recipient! Great job! Thanks for sharing a second card with us at Words 2 Craft By. :)

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  6. Wow, never seen an interactive card like this bfore - such fun. Thanks for joining in the fun at the Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week.

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  7. Love your video of the flipping whale, thats so cute as is your card.

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  8. Such a fun card! And I love your unique interactive technique! Thanks for joining us at CASology!

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  9. I love interactive cards and this one is so fun! Thanks for playing along with us at the CASology challenge.

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  10. Wow! Your interactive whale card is totally cute! So detailed yet you were able to maintain the CAS look. Great work! Thanks for joining us at Less Is More!

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