Sunday, 26 August 2018

What muppet thought this was a good idea?

I saw this fancy sliding card on Miranda's blog and decided I'd have a go at it. I modified the fold a bit so it was only made from 2 pieces of base-card (I thought it would be less bulky).  To be fair, the fold worked out fine but it has taken me pretty much all day to (a) make and (b) photograph!

Anyway, here's the end result. I'm going to show some photographs and also try to upload a video (I've not been very successful with videos in the past so please leave a comment letting me know if it plays for you).

Here's a photo of the front of the card, with the peek-a-boo window for the sentiment. I found a sentiment with a carolling theme which I thought matched the singing critters.  The sky is inked with Distress Inks and a dauber. I also speckled some water onto it to make it look a bit more snowy.



Here's a photo of the inside ... the birdie 'flies' into view when you open the card which I hope you can see in the video afterwards.

...and here's the video (fingers crossed) ...




Water-coloured on Langton Watercolour paper with Ranger Distress Ink Reinkers:
  • Robin/Bunny: Antique Linen, Brushed Corduroy, Vintage Photo, Gathered Twigs, Tattered Rose, Worn Lipstick, Candied Apple, Twisted Citron, Mowed Lawn, Peeled Paint.
  • Penguin: Hickory Smoke, Black Soot, Twisted Citron, Mowed Lawn, Peeled Paint, Wild Honey, Spiced Marmalade
  • Sky: Weathered Wood, Stormy Sky, Black Soot
  • Lamplight: Squeezed Lemonade
  • Snow: Weathered Wood
Card Recipe:
I've been inspired by:
Happy crafting
Annette
xx



13 comments:

Kath said...

A fabulous card - and your video works perfectly too!
Kath x

Sarah said...

Amazing!! Worth the effort Annette and the video is working fine xx

Carol S. said...

This takes me back quite a few years. I did one of these cards as a class, when I was a Tutor at The Craft Barn in Surrey. We called it a magic window. You can imagine what it was like, trying to teach 12 people how to make it! So love your image and a great card, Thanks for commenting on my blog, much appreciated. Hugs, Carol S.xx

Debra K. said...

Fantastic card! You should definitely make a video of how to make it. Video worked perfectly for me showing off your crafty talent :). Debra x

Aquarius said...

A lovely card and interesting idea too. The video worked for me (also full screen as well)

Miranda K said...

Oooh echt super! Je kaart is prachtig. Stiekem ben ik verliefd op deze stempeltjes. Geen digi’s toch? Jammer.. ik hoop ze nog een keer tegen te komen hier in Nederland . Groetjes Miranda k

earl lea riser said...

I LOVE this card! Looking forward to the video! (hint!hint!)And yes - the video worked!

aufspapiergebracht said...

Absolutely amazing !!!!!!!
Greetings from Germany Elizabeth

Rene said...

Might have taken all day but worth it! This is fantastic! Thank you so much for sharing this with us at Creative Inspirations. Good luck,
Rene

Anne said...

This is a coincidence, I couldn't sleep last night and was watching you tube on my ipad (as you do!) and saw Jennifer McGuire making this exact card. I love your version, so cute, and the video worked fine for me
Anne x

Wendy Nicola Jackson said...

Oh this is awesome hun! The video worked perfectly for me! Love the way you've created this. I've seen these around just recently and think they look so fun! You've done an amazing job with this one. Gorgeous colouring as always. Hugs, Wends xoxo

Tami said...

Wow awesome card! I love when you use POD stamps!!! The video worked great!!!

Fikreta said...

Wonderful card!
hugs

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