Bee strong! - interactive card

April 13, 2017


Hello everyone!

Alexandra here from made by Alexandra sharing a cute interactive card that I made

Do you remember the cute bee that was the image for March challenge? Soon you can find it also as a clear stamp!


For this card I started by stamping this adorable bee and then colored using Spectrum Noir Markers. And ever since I saw this cutie I knew I wanted to make an interactive card so next step was to die cut the cloud borders so I can hide the brad behind the clouds :)


Inked the background using Distress ink and adhered the bee to a piece of acetate, and attached the piece of acetate to the cloud border.
On the other cloud border I stamped the sentiment , adhered everything using foam tape so that the bee can move and added some sequins, and my card was done!
Also shared a little video on how the card work

Thank you so much for stopping by! have a great day!








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