Friday, April 17, 2020

Spread Joy Not Germs Blog Hop




Hello! I sincerely hope you have been staying safe and adapting to the recent changes to your daily life, big and small. My husband is pretty risk-adverse when it comes to health, so our family of four has been at home since March 14th, with only two trips to a small grocery store (and one trip to decorate a friend's yard in a socially distant way for her 50th birthday!)

With this time at home, there's been a lot of cleaning and organizing going on, including going through my husband's baseball card collection. One of the baseball cards I found is an interactive card that was included in packages of Kraft American Cheese slices in 1993. I set it aside and thought it would be fun to make a card just like it. Inspiration is everywhere, as you know, even while spring cleaning!

I'd like to welcome you to the giant #spreadjoynotgerms blog hop, where we're trying to spread joy and inspiration to our fellow stampers at home. This hop is sponsored by Catherine Pooler, The Hedgehog Hollow, and 29 other companies! You should have arrived from the one and only Catherine Pooler!



Here's the baseball card I found while organizing my husband's collection. I thought it was neat how once the top was pulled, a "tent" was formed, the player popped up, and stats were even revealed on the base. Upon examining the card, I was happy to figure out how it worked!

I think versions of this mechanism have been shared already in the card-making world, but I thought I'd share my own findings here.


There are basically three different pieces to this sliding card. The first (on the left) is the top piece that makes the tent. There are 3/4" margins on all sides ... the left and right sides are cut on those margins, while the top and bottom sides are scored and folded on those margins. The second piece (middle) is the bottom piece. It's an A2-sized card (4 1/2" x 5 1/2") with two strips of 1/2" x 5 1/2" cardstock adhered on each side. This will make the channel for the sliding mechanism. Finally, the third piece (right) is the middle sliding piece. It's 3 1/4" x 5 1/2" and will be attached to the lower 3/4" of the top tent piece.




This is what the card looks like when it's flat. The cardinal bird, leaves and acorns are from the Catherine Pooler Fluttering Friends Stamp Set. The Hello is from the Catherine Pooler Hello World Stamp Set. "Marvelous" is from Ellen Hutson's Totally Random Sayings Vol. 2.

Then when you pull the tab, the "tent" section of the card is also pulled back, causing the male cardinal to rise, AND revealing the mama cardinal sitting in her nest!



Since I only adhered the red cardinal/leaf/acorn die cuts on the lower half of the tent, they stand up nicely in this position. One of the things I love about this interactive card is that it stays in this position very easily, so your recipient can display it like this in their home.



What I love about this scene is that I was able to combine two different bird sets from two different companies. The bird, again, is from Catherine Pooler's Fluttering Friends Stamp Set, but the "you are so tweet" sentiment, the branch, and the nest is from Ellen Hutson's Backyard Bird Friends. The images in these sets are in two different scales, but you can still make it work! The bird nest stamp is really only about 75% of this size (about the width of the bird) but I stamped large parts of the nest twice right next to each other to make one larger nest. 


Here's a behind-the-scenes story. When I finished the card I was really excited about it, so I showed it to my husband so he could be all impressed (hahaha!) His comment was, "why is there a random bird underneath? why isn't is a female cardinal?" Sigh. I honestly didn't even think of that, and I told him a brown bird just wouldn't look as pretty. And how was I going to change it anyway? But as I sat there looking at the card, I realized he was probably right, so I took a bunch of pictures with this yellow bird (just in case), and then loaded up my brush with brown ink. 


I wouldn't have colored it like this originally, but I do kind of like the brown female cardinal with a touch of yellow underneath!



Here's a quick video to show you how the mechanism works!


Prizes: There are 31 amazing sponsors of this blog hop, each of them offering TONS of prizes! Each comment you leave in this blog hop enters you to win. The deadline to comment is March 24th, and prizes will all be announced on March 27th on the Catherine Pooler and Hedgehog Hollow blogs.

Here's a listing of the prizes!
  • Catherine Pooler Designs - $20 Gift Certificate on the CP blog and each of the Brand Ambassadors' blogs
  • Hedgehog Hollow - one month free sub to the box with free us shipping
  • CAS-ual Fridays - Win the new release - over $80 value
  • Heffy Doodle - £35 voucher for the store
  • Whimsy Stamps - $15 GC on each of their Creative Team team blogs
  • Sassy and Crafty Stamps - $35 Gift Certificate
  • The Ton - $20 Gift Certificate (stamps, dies, ink or sequins)
  • Ellen Hutson - $35 Gift Certificate
  • Polka Dot Orchard- $20 Gift Certificate
  • Ink on 3 - $35 Gift Certificate
  • Brutus Monroe - $50 GC
  • STAMPlorations - $25 gift code on the STAMPlorations blog + $10 gift code on each designer blogs.
  • Trinity Stamps- $25 Gift Certificate
  • WOW! Embossing Powder - two gift vouchers 1 x £30 and 1 x $30 that covers the USA, UK and Europe 
  • Greeting Farm -$25 Gift Certificate
  • Miss Ink Stamps -$25 Gift Certificate
  • Pear Blossom Press -$25 gift certificate
  • Trinity Stamps -$25 Gift Certificate
  • Paper Sweeties - $50 Gift Certificate
  • Xyron - Mega Runner, Refill & 1.5 inch sticker maker, refill
  • Beacon - Product gift bag
  • Artesprix - Getting Started Kit
  • iCrafter - $20 Gift Certificate
  • Joy Clair - $25 Gift Certificate
  • Dina Kowal - Two $10 gift codes to Dina Kowal Creative
  • Rabbit Hole Designs - $10.00 gift code on each DT members blogs
  • You're Next Stamp - $25 Gift Certificate
  • Taylored Expressions - $50 Gift Certificate
  • Pink and Main - $25 Gift Certificate
  • Unity - two $25 Gift Certificates
  • Dress My Craft - $35 gift certificate

Your next stop on this hop is Maria Levine!

Thanks for stopping by!
Kelly



Supplies Used If You Enjoyed This Project (Affiliate links used, thanks so much for your support!)



Fluttering Friends, Catherine Pooler Clear Stamps

Fluttering Friends, Catherine Pooler Dies

Backyard Bird Friends by Brandi Kincaid, Essentials by Ellen Clear Stamps

Backyard Bird Friends by Brandi Kincaid, Essentials by Ellen Designer Dies

Totally Random Sayings Vol. 3 by Julie Ebersole, Essentials by Ellen Clear Stamps

Uni-ball Impact Gel Pen, White

Black Jack, Catherine Pooler Ink Pad

Aquatini, Catherine Pooler Ink Pad

Samba, Catherine Pooler Ink Pad

Mint To Be, Catherine Pooler Ink Pad

Lemongrass, Catherine Pooler Ink Pad

Sand Castle, Catherine Pooler Ink Pad




357 comments:

  1. How wonderful, Kelly! I truly appreciate these details for the slider! I made one years ago but couldn't find the dimensions! Super cards! Stay safe! :)

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  2. This slider is amazing! I love it!

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    1. I agree - such beautiful cards and technique. Tank you for sharing.

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  3. Good job. Love this. You’re so talented

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  4. Love this design and the colors you used! Thanks for all the dimensions, etc. I am definitely going to try this -- love your style and I've subscribed so I can follow you from here on out! TFS!

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  5. Tyfs I love interactive cards and your baseball card wow how clever

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  6. I love the bright colors of these cards--it does put a smile on my face! Thanks for participating!

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  7. This is such a fun and beautiful card! Sure to cheer anyone up! Thanks for sharing your detailed instructions!

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  8. Such Charming Birds


























    Such charming birds so cool sliding!


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  9. This is beautiful... fab tutorial!! Love it!!

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  10. Great card. You make it look so simple.

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  11. I love how the two birds are going different directions and I like the slider element too.

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  12. How much fun. I have seen plenty of bluejays to inspire me.

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  13. These projects have me so ready for spring!! So very cute :)

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  14. Beautiful cards, I especially like the birds.

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  15. This card is adorable! I love the coloring on the birds. Fun slider.

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  16. What great springtime cards! Love the slider card.

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  17. Beautiful interactive card. Love the birds

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  18. Kelly, love your birds. Great idea!

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  19. Kelly, amazing as ALWAYS.
    I love how you combined the stamp sets and what a neat baseball card. Love seeing how it inspired you.

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  20. So creative with the bird nest! Love the slide. Beautifully colored card.

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  21. I love the birds! Super cute card!

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  22. Such a clever idea! To be inspired by a baseball card! Love the cheerful bird popping up to spread joy!

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  23. Darling card! I love this layout. Thank you for sharing.

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  24. This is such a fun idea/technique! I'm amazed at all of the creativity and my mind is blown away. I am fairly new to card making so this is wonderful!

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  25. Such a fun pop-up card! The bird is beautiful!

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  26. Love this and how it was inspired! My husband is risk adverse as well and we have been staying home since the boys returned from college mid march-spring break trips canceled-you can imagine how excited they were to come home! LOL! Stay strong and craft on my friend!

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  27. This card is amazing. TY for the detailed instructions and video; I can't wait to try this at home. Stay safe!

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  28. What a fun and adorable card! Great stamps and colors!

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  29. Beautiful! Love the birdies. Very pretty and clever with the pop up card!

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  30. Your card is awesome, such cute birds! I like the pop up idea you got from the baseball card!

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  31. Love your interactive tent pop up card. The little birds that you used are adorable. Thanks for sharing on the Spread Joy Not Germs Bloghop. Blessings.

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  32. Just when I was feeling old... I dont remember craft cheese doing that. Love that style. Glad your hubby said something... cuz I sure wasn't gonna. Thanks and please be well!

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  33. Super cute! So inspiring for a cold and dreary spring day in Kansas City!

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  34. Beautiful! Thanks for the tutorial.

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  35. I love pop up/ interactive cards!

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  36. I love the slider card I have always wanted to make one but had no idea how. Now with your help I am going to have to try. I love the colors of the birds. Thank you for sharing!

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  37. What a beautiful card! The colors and shading are right on point. I have never made a pop-up card before and with your easy to follow instructions I am going to try it. Now off to exploring more of your blog!

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  38. very clever slider, and thank you for bringing a bit of baseball to my day - I'm really missing it.

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  39. What a delightful card and so fun that is sure to bring joy and a smile! Great colors and
    beautifully designed.

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  40. So creative! Ive never tried one of these before so may need to! Thank you for your inspirations!

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  41. What a fun spring card! Love the tutorial, thank you! Stay Healthy!

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  42. Cute, thanks for thinking of us and sharing.

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  43. Fabulous card! Thanks for the tutorial!

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  44. What tweet birds! Love the card design.

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  45. Thank you for showing us how you did this lovely bird card - it is sooo beautiful! Thanks for sharing on the Spread Joy Not Germs Blog hop. Blessings. Gail in MI safe and healthy!

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  46. Amazing slider card! Super sweet! Thanks so much for tutorial!

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  47. Wow, thanks for these instructions. Gotta try that out! :)

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  48. Brilliant idea for a card!Fabulous idea for a blog hop!

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  50. Your slider card with the birdies is so sweet!! I love it!! :) Thanks for sharing!

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  51. What a cute/sweet slider card!!! Thank you for sharing!

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  52. Your little birds are both cute and pretty. Love this card design, and what you did with the baseball card is ingenious! We've been home too, using instacart when we need groceries and just trying to avoid actual contact.

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  53. What a fantastic card! And that Hello stamp is fantastic!

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  54. Love the images. What a clever and fun card design.

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  56. What a super cute card,stay safe and thanks for being a part of this fab hop xx

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  57. I have to laugh at your post. I do like the brown better but I would not have been happy with the critique lol. I love your card though. Great design and coloring. I am hoping this blog hop will give me some inspiration. Thanks!

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  58. Oh my goodness! Your card design is so clever! I love these little birds.

    Cheryl
    http://shestamps.blogspot.com/

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  59. Thanks for your wonderful inspiration and the tutorial. Love how the card turn out. Hugs
    Ute
    DT Whimsy Stamps

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  60. Your cards are absolutely beautiful! Thanks for the great instructions too!

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  61. I am definitely going to try this. It’s so fun and great instructions

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  62. I think I’m in love! This is a wonderful card!

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  63. That is a very clever card! Thanks for sharing, I am going to try to make this card, thanks for the demensions!

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  64. What a cool idea!!! I am definitely going to try this one!!! Thank you!! (and the brown bird looks fine! :-) )

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  65. I really like unique cards. I am saving this to try my hand at it. It's amazing that you were inspired by a baseball card. It's making me want to see what I can find that will inspire me!

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  66. Oh I Love your slider card. Love that you used both birds on it. Tour card is full of joy and happiness. My husband collects ball cards. He doesn't remember those kind. Stay safe!

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  67. What a cute card! I love interactive cards, but have yet to try making one myself. I may give that a go! Thank you for the inspiration!

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  68. Great card regardless of the color of bird. Those men and their comments, haha.

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  69. Such a cute card! Interactive cards are so fun for the recipient. Thank you for sharing!

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  70. That’s amazing that you can take a baseball card and use the design to make a greeting card. I am so impressed. Great job and thanks for sharing

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  71. What a fun interactive card! Thanks for the inspiration!!!

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  72. I want to make one of these! This is marvelous! Thanks for sharing your creativity.

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  73. Very nice. Interactive cards are fun.

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  74. I love that you used that old baseball card for inspiration! Your card is gorgeous! I love the birds that you used on and what a fun interactive card! Thanks for the inspiration during this difficult time! Stay SAFE!

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  75. Thank you for the inspiration and creativity. I'll be back. :)

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  76. Love the card, I have made one before but it took a lot of cuts and rearranging to work correctly, thanks for all the instructions and i'll give it another try!

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  77. Awesome card! I have the stamp set but haven't used it much so I think I will pull it out again.

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  78. What a creative card! Can't wait to make it.

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  79. AMAZING interactive card. I just love the birds!

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  80. That is amazing! Thank you for the dimensions I may have to try it :)

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  81. I had to send my comment again as it showed up as unknown... Awesome card! I have the stamp set but haven't used it much so I think I will pull it out again.

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  82. I'm really not a bird person at all but I'm really in love with your card. They are colored so beautifully and the design is so much fun! I'm totally going to create a slider card today! Thank you!

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  83. Beautiful as well as clever! Thanks a lot!

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  84. I love your card, I've never seen this pattern before - thanks!!

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  85. That baseball card is fantastic! Male cards are always harder to come by! Thanks for the idea.

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  86. Your card is gorgeous! Thank you so much for sharing how you made it. I am definitely going to have to try this too! Thanks for being part of this hop and for your inspiration!

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  87. Leave it to the husbands... Mine knows to ooh and ahh so I go away. TFS!

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  88. Very cool card! Those birds turned out adorable!

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  89. Super cute! Thanks for sharing ❤️

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  90. Gorgeous card, and a super technique. Thank you for your inspiration xx

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  91. love your card thanks for sharing how to create one

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  92. What an amazing card. Just a neat design too. Thank you for sharing.

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  93. Love this fun slider card, those birds are so adorable.

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  94. Thanks for lifting me up during this difficult time.

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  95. Great idea! Love this hop! Take care and stay safe!

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  96. So many ideas from this one card!!!!

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  97. So many ideas from this one card!!!!

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  98. Super creative and super cute! Love the little birds!

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  99. Love the bird. So Cute. I think I have something in my stash that I might bring out as you have inspired me. Thanks for sharing

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  100. Wow thanks for all of the measurements for this beautiful card.

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  101. So many cards to make from this idea. Thanks

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  102. Kelly, I love your card-it is so clever! And thank you for sharing the measurements with us, that will be very helpful and fun to make.-Stacy

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  103. Oh I love birds and this card is beautiful.

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  104. I just think it is wonderful what you and all the companies are doing to bring light and cheer to stampers. Thank you so very much.

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  105. I love making 3-D and interactive cards. Thank you for the video. Such na fun card.

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  106. A darling card and perfect for this amazing hop! Thanks to everyone who has come together for this event!

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  107. I'm not a big fan of birds IRL, but I just love stamps of fat birds. They are so cheery.

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  108. Such a fun interactive card. I can't wait to try this out. Beautiful, thanks for the inspiration.

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  109. Thanks you for sharing this. It's nice to learn how to do an interactive card without special dies.

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  110. What a sweet card, just love it!!
    Thanks for showing how to do it, that is very generous and appreciated.
    Fabulous hop!!

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  111. Such sweet tweeters and a great interactive card!!! Thanks for inspiring me :)

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  112. Wow wan an adorable card and thank you for sharing!

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  113. Super card, the birds are adorable.

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  114. Great card design, and I love your coloring! :)

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  115. Thank you for this GREAT idea and the instructions. I'm gonna try it.

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  116. Wonderfully detailed tutorial! Great spring card.

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  117. I love where you got the idea for this card! So unique! Totally inspirational! xx

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  118. What a cute card. Great idea!

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  119. Kelly, this is so awesome. Love the birdies.

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  120. Such a beautiful card, thanks for the inspiration and chance to win!

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  121. Such a beautiful card, thanks for the inspiration and chance to win!
    Jessi Brown

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  122. what a super fun spring card! So great how you got the idea - you just never know!

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  123. These birds are so sweet and this idea is brilliant. This card is utterly delightful!
    Thank you for the inspiration.

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  124. I would have never taken the time to figure out the dynamics of that card! But it is sooo adorable! Thank goodness for creative people like you to make it look so darn easy! Stay well!

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  125. What a fun interactive card! Love those bird images! Lovely composition! The baseball card looks fun! Thank you for the inspiration! God bless!

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  126. I love birds! Thank you for sharing your creativity!

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  127. Super sweet card. Love the interactive element. Thanks for sharing

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  128. I love cards with more details in the composition. It's a great card!

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  129. Very cool use of the Pop Up! Thanks for sharing.

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  130. Oh my-what a cute interactive card!
    I love that your hubby’s insight changed
    the outcome of your card.

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  131. I love this card. So many possibilities. Thank you so much for sharing. I will definitely be following your blog for more ideas.

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  132. Very unique card, love your coloring on the birds. thank you

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  133. What a fun slider card! Thanks for sharing the directions to make it!
    :) Marie

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  134. love this card! so neat thanks for sharing

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  135. Thank you - so very beautiful. Stay safe.

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  136. well, isn't that clever!! THANKS for sharing the folds, or I would have never figured it out, and I really appreciate you sharing this. Thanks for the inspiration in this amazing event, and please stay safe and healthy yourself.

    I'm not on the blog hop list, but I am participating as part of the Paper Sweeties DT if you'd like to stop by and see my project. Hope you're staying safe and healthy.
    Blessings,
    Karen Letchworth
    www.karen-mycuprunnethover.blogspot.com

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  137. Super sweet card, and thank you for providing directions too!

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  138. What an awesome card with your beautiful pop-up bird!! Exquisite design!

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  139. So creative! The birds are beautiful -- so lifelike. Love the card.

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  140. Oh my, what a fun card! And how neat that you got the idea from a baseball card.

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  141. This card idea is so smart and I am going to try it. Thank you for doing this giveaway

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  142. Thanks for sharing how you put this together. This card is lovely!

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  143. Great card love all the stamps you choose

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  144. Great inspiration from a surprising source! Cleaning pays off I guess!

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  145. I love the slider card and especially the bird :)

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  146. Beautiful birds! Thank you for the card dimensions! I'll definitely be trying this one! TFS!

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  147. Thank you for sharing the story along with your sweet card.
    Who knew you could be inspired by a baseball card!

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  148. I love revealing cards! Those birds are very cute

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  149. What a delightful card. Being from St. Louis I love that it had a cardinal on it. Thanks for the great instructions and video.

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  150. Love this card, these birds are adorable.

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  151. I have never made an interactive card. Guess I must step up my game to challenge myself. Love the birds.

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  152. What fun! Thanks for the instructions and video. I would love to do this for hub's b'day but am afraid I'd chop up a valuable baseball card.

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  153. Very clever -- and your coloring is spot on!

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  154. The birdies are adorable and I love that you got the idea from the baseball card. Thank you for sharing and for the specific instructions.

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  155. Adorable cards! love your coloring too!

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  157. Oh my gosh! I love your card! And I love that it was inspired by a Roger Clemens baseball card! I grew up watching him pitch :0)

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  158. Pretty card. I especially love the bird. Springtime and hope. Thanks for doing this blog hop for us.

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  159. Beautiful card. Great that an old baseball card inspired you.

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  160. This is such a fun card. Thank you for sharing. I will be trying this.

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  161. I love how you combined the two stamp brands. I have never tried that.

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  162. Oh wow, what an amazing fun card! Gorgeous birds!

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  163. Everytime I see a cardinal..I think about my dad. I love your interactive card.

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  164. I was looking for an idea for my best friends birthday card, this will do nicely, thank you very much.

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  165. This slider is soooo cool! I LOVE these birds!

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  166. This is such a great card! Thank you for the pattern. I love this bird and your card.

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  167. Wow I love it and the inspiration is so cool!
    Wow what an awesome inspiring hop with so many talented artists! Thanks for spreading joy and so many fun giveaways! God bless!

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  168. Super cute card! Thanks for the video and for sharing!

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  169. I love your interactive slider card — thank you for sharing your creation!

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  170. I love this slider card. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  171. That is a cool technique. I haven't seen that before. Thanks for sharing it

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  172. What a beautiful slider card! Thanks for the detailed instructions and video. I will definitely star this and try to make one. Thanks for the sample, the inspiration and for taking part in this fun blog hop. Be well and stay healthy!

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  173. Awesome interactive card! Thanks for sharing! :-)

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  174. What a fun baseball card!! I've not see one like that before. I HAVE seen it in card form before and have even made a couple myself. Your card is adorable and so fun! It's a great surprise for the recipient when they pull the tab and it starts moving.

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  175. What a neat and unique card. Thank you for sharing it. I can't wait to try one.

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  176. Cute card. Thanks for sharing that technique!

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  177. Love the card. Can't wait to try making some.

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  178. Thank you for sharing the tent card pattern. I will try to make one of these.

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  179. Pretty birds! Thanks for sharing the tent card directions!

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  180. Love how this card tents and raises the beautiful bird. Such a fabulous design and it has another pretty bird after seeing the first one and it raising up on the tent. Thanks for sharing and participating.

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