Hi everyone! It has been a while since I created an interactive card, but with these cute active Good Sport characters, I thought an interactive card would be fitting! So I dug up the Magic Iris Camera Add-On from Lawn Fawn and created this fun card.
Before I’m diving into the cardmaking process, I want to mention we have a challenge running over at Cloud9 Crafts. The theme of this month is Interactive. Head over to Instagram to see how you can participate and be eligible to win a prize!
For the basic camera, all you need is the Magic Iris Camera Add-On from Lawn Fawn. To create the interactive mechanism you need the following:
As for the paper, I focused on colors from two cardstock packs: Neutrals and Schoolyard. The nice thing about these packs is that the colors go very nicely together. Plus the packs are perfect for finding out which colors you like most and want to buy more of.
On my YouTube channel I also have a process video available in which I show you how to create this interactive card. If you like watching my videos, remember to subscribe so you won’t miss a thing.
On the background you may notice there is a brick texture. To achieve this I used the stencil embossing technique which I show in the video, and also used in a previous card.
In the video I didn’t include the Copic coloring of the Good Sport critters as I did that off camera, but here are the Copic colors I used:
- Critters: E55, E53, E51, E50
- Greens: BG96, BG93, YG63, YG61
- Yellows: YR24, Y26, Y21, Y11
- Greys: W6, W4, W2, W0
I hope you like this card, and it gave you inspiration. Thank you for stopping by and see you next time!
Click here for the list of supplies directly at Cloud9 Crafts.