Interactive Stage Slimline Card

Welcome to another day of sneak peeks! Christine here with the newest interactive die set- the Interactive Center Stage die set. It has been a long time in the making- at least 9 months to design, redesign and we are happy to finally have it to share with you today. Today will be a brief description of the dies and card and next week, I will have a full tutorial (I’m making it even more interactive!) on the blog next Thursday.

First I die cut the skeletons from the Shake Your Bones stamp & die set. I white heat embossed the stamped images onto black cardstock and then die cut them out. I also stamped the clapping hands from the Ta Da stamp set with copic marker friendly brown ink (Lawn Fawn -crunchy leaf) and did simple copic coloring with different shades of brown.

I then die cut all the parts that were needed to make the interactive slimline stage using the Interactive Center Stage die set- 2 red sliding curtains that were stenciled with Slimline Curtain Call stencil; the dies in the Interactive Center Stage perfectly match the stencil! Then I die cut the foundation of the whole interactive stage (1 die cut), 2 side tabs and last, but not least, two of the inside shelves to hold the skeletons out of acetate. Here you can see how much dimension this die set can allow- there are literally 3 layers!

I also die cut the side curtains, top curtains and stage using the Center Stage Slimline die set that was released early this year. I die cut a background using the Moonlit Town die set. The sentiments, You’re A Superstar and Bravo are included in the Interactive Center Stage die set (coming to the shop tomorrow!) I will have a full tutorial of how to assemble and make your own Slimline Interactive Stage next week- I hope that you will come back to visit!

Here is another look at the background:

Thank you for stopping by- I hope to see you next week!

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