Good morning Pinkfresh Studio friends!
Have I got treat for you today! Last month, Pinkfresh Studio released their first ever interactive die the A2 Slider Die. It was also a phenomenal release with so many beautiful washi tapes. Today, I am sharing an A2 slider card using the die along with the beautiful Artistic Dahlias Washi Tape.
I am so impressed by the beauty, quality AND value for money the Pinkfresh Studio Washi tapes can be. They make creating a project such breeze.
To confess, I don't make many interactive cards, but having a die that does most of the work me is wonderful and pretty it's nice to make something different.
There are three pieces to the A2 Slider Die. One piece being the insert that slides in and out. This insert can also be cut twice to make a coordinating tag...cool eh? (eh! is a common phrase used in Canada which I have picked up since living here).
I kept the sharp crisp edges of the die as is. But, I had this idea that you could use a corner chomper to make the corners rounded? Just a thought...
There are some dotted lines when die cut that makes it easy to fold. Just a note here, I have filmed a reel showing the correct way to do this so make sure you check it out to help you if needed @pinkfreshstudio
Using some white cardstock, I attached the beautiful Artistic Dahlia Washi Tape, which I die cut twice so I had extra for the tag.
Both sentiments are from the Artistic Dahlia Stamp Set. I stamped these in Pinkfresh Studio's Detail Black Hybrid Ink and heat embossed with clear embossing powder. I love the crispness and the raised aspect to the sentiment when I do this.
Make sure you check out my reel over on Instagram @pinkfreshstudio to see this set all come together.
I hope I have inspired you to go interactive my friends, its fun and its different.
Until next time...