Saturday, 22 July 2017

Spinning Puzzle and Wiggle Interactive + Shaped Cards

Hello everyone!! Indira here with 2 fun interactive cards which incidentally also have different shapes rather than the usual rectangle/square cards.... 

Card no. 1 - Spinning Puzzle Boat-shaped Card

This is a boat-shaped card with a navigation wheel on top that holds the spinning part.

1. Cut three circles 4", 5" and 6" in diameter.
2. Layered them on top of one another and poked a small hole in the center to insert the brad later.
3. Stamped the sentiment on the smallest circle.
4. Placed the layered circles on a stamping tool and stamped the images around the sentiment.
5. Masked and distressed using Broken China DI.
6. Colored the images using Zig Clean Color Real Brush pens.
7. Inserted the brad onto them.
8. Created the boat-shaped card base using textured brown card stock.
9. Made the navigation wheel part and adhered it behind the spinning circles.
10. Added a tab with 'SPIN' sign to indicate that the circles needs to be rotated to solve the puzzle and reveal the full image.

Below is a video clip showing the mechanism of the Puzzle card....

Card no. 2 - Wiggle-Rocker Card

This is a rocker card with baby image that wiggles.

1. Started by stamping and coloring the baby image.
2. Created the card base using light blue CS.
3. Glued pattern paper on the card base.
4. Took a die-cut piece and glued pattern paper in the center.
5. Created the wiggle mechanism by winding a thin wire on a pen.
6. Taped one end of the wound wire piece behind baby image and the other end on the die-cut.
7. Decorated the card base with white lace and bows.
8. Adhered the die-cut piece onto the card base.
9. Stamped and added the sentiment on the card.
10. Added few more star shaped glitter embellishments.

Below is a video clip showing the mechanism of the Wiggle Rocker card....

Card no. 3 - Thanks a Bunch CAS Card

1. Took a watercolored CS and stamped the sentiment.
2. Stamped the floral bunch and then masked it to stamp the pig image next to it.
3. Colored the images using Zig Clean Color Real Brush pens.
4. Added some shading using light gray pen.
5. Added the card panel onto and orange card base.

That's all for today's post!! Do join us for July challenge - Interactive Card/Project

Products Used

Mudra stamps are now available at the following retailers:

Art and Craft Store - Noida
Hindustan Trading Company, Chennai
The Craft Store, Srilanka 
Papercurves, UAE


  1. Super cute cards, love the shape and spinner idea!

  2. Love your interactive cards.. Absolutely adorable and fabulous and so is your coloring ❤

  3. Wow! Adorable cards! Loved them :) <3

  4. Wow Indira,the interactive cards are just awesome cool use of stamps ,Thanks a lot fo the inspiration am surely going to try creating them