Cardmaking, Stamping

Sweet and Simple Interactive Card

Join Lisa as she shares a sweet and simple interactive Christmas card that comes together so quickly you can make one for everyone on your list!


Hi there, friends! Today I’m sharing a sweet and simple interactive card that comes together faster than Santa’s sleigh! Here it is:

This card features the newly released Sweet Surprises set along with the Tilt n’ Rock die!

I couldn’t resist watercoloring all those cute images, but you could make this card go even faster by cutting your images from colored cardstock.

I added some texture to the stocking with the A2 Piercing Plate 2 — just love the look this gives! Pro Tip: trim off the top of the stocking so that it remains texture-free, then adhere both pieces to another die cut stocking. This will also make ’em sturdier for the tilt and rock action. BONUS!

The stocking die cuts a slit in the top so you can slide all of your goodies in there. In order to make it tilt and rock freely I just covered the pieces with washi tape like so:

Then it was time to assemble the card. Another pro tip: stamp your sentiment on a card front and then cut the pivot point for the Tilt ‘n Rock die to make sure you have it positioned how you’d like. You can then use this as a template for all your cards. PS. Julie has a great tutorial covering the Tilt ‘n Rock die here.

And here’s a closeup of the finished card! Isn’t Mr. Bear the sweetest?

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Hope your holidays are filled with sweet surprises! — Lisa

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  • Reply Sweet Surprises! – sideoats & scribbles October 20, 2021 at 6:28 am

    […] friends! I’m super excited to be sharing a sweet and simple interactive card over on the Ellen Hutson blog today! It uses the newly released Sweet Surprises stamp and the Tilt n’ Rock die and comes together […]

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