Interactive window card

Hello friends!

Today I have for you yet another cardmaking video. This time I wanted to share with you a cool real window card that I came up with while filming 🙂

Don’t you just love it when you come up with the better idea that you had originally? I love it. For this card I had a general idea where I wanted to go with it but I am glad I came up with the actual window part I think it added a lot interest to the card. I know I would be super happy if I received an interactive card 🙂

I hope you like it and if you are curious about how it was made check out my video – as it is kind of hard to describe this mechanism – it is not difficult at all but easier to see it being done I think then read about it. I just love how the animals are so cute that you would want to let them in 🙂

Here is the video and the supply list is at the bottom of the page!





craft heavy cardstock (card base)

Neenah solar white smooth cardstock

black card stock

Lawn Fawn stamp set – Critters from the burbs

Lawn Fawn stamp set – Spooktacular

Mama Elephant stamp set – In My Heart

Distress Inks: Picked Raspberry, Salty Ocean, Dusty Concord and Chipped Sapphire

silver WOW embossing powder

Versa Mark ink

Stabilo 68 pens, Pro Markers and Copic Ciao’s

Memento Tuxedo Black marker

Versa Fine Onyx Black ink

I am entering this card in the Lawnscaping challenge – embossing


Simon Says Stamp Work it Wednesday for August. 

Simon Says Stamp – Wednesday challenge 0 Anything Goes

Thank you so much for stopping by!

Have a great and crafty day!



11 thoughts on “Interactive window card

  1. This card is so adorable!! Love those little critters peeking through the window. Great video. Thanks for sharing how you made this.

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