Pop Up Shadowbox Slider Card

If you're looking for this month's challenge, click HERE.

Batter's Up!  I have 2 baseball cards to share today using Baseball Boy and Baseball Girl digis.  This first card is an interactive pop up shadow box card and the baseball "flies" when you tilt the card side to side.


Here's a short clip of how it moves...




You'll find more pictures and details on how I made this on my personal blog here.

And my 2nd card uses the Baseball Boy 

 

 What will you Imagine? 

May Challenge Reminder

Have you played along in our challenge yet?  The Digi-of-the-Month for May is this cute set called "Go Fly a Kite" and I'm happy to share Marleens cute Kite shaped card using the lil mouse from this set...



How cute is that?!  Love the lil bows and of course the Kite shape.  We welcome Marleen back to our project design team!!  You can see her blog here

Here is this month's challenge set.  If you didn't play last month, you can purchase this set at a discount all this month then come play and you'll receive June's DOTM set FREE!


Happy Crafting!!

Happy Mother's Day

 ***If you are looking for our monthly challenge post, click HERE.

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Just a quick post today to wish all our crafty moms out there a Happy Mother's Day today!


I also want to share this gorgeous 3d card by dt, Hilde ♥
using the Teacup Pansies digi set




Picnics, Kites and Butterflies ...

Click HERE for our currently digi-of-the-month challenge.

Summer is on the way!  And we have some inspiration for you this week from myself and our creative project designers, Helen and Hilde using our newest digi stamps!



Helen created this fun picnic card using the newly released set, Build a Picnic









Hilde & Kris created these cute cards using the newly released digi set, Goat Crazy

(You can watch Kris create these interactive cards HERE)





Hilde created this fancy fold shadow box card using May's DOTM, "Go Fly a Kite"



***GET FREE DIGIS***

Come link up to our monthly challenge - simply create a paper project using the "Go Fly a Kite" set by the end of the month and you will be emailed June's Digi-of-the-Month set FREE!

May Digi-of-the-Month Challenge

Happy May Day everyone!  It's time to start a new monthly challenge but first I want to thank everyone who played last month using Teacup Bunny!  I have to apologize if I did not make it to your blog to comment this past week or so, it was pretty hectic here for us.  I'll try to get there soon and be better this time around :)  Please know you are the reason I create these digi sets and it fills my heart to overflowing to see crafters enjoying them ♥☺

And now on to our DOTM for May!  


All who linked up to our DOTM challenge in April received "Go Fly a Kite" in your email box.  If you did not, please check your spam folder first then email me if you still don't see it.  

If you did not play last month, you can still join in the fun & start receiving FREE DIGIS by purchasing this DOTM in the shop at a discount all month long here.

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To  get next month's "Digi of the Month" free, please...
  • create a paper project (card, scrapbook page, tag, box etc) with "Go Fly a Kite" -  you may use the outline or colored, but please print them and create a paper project.
  •  your post must mention that you got this digi from Imagine That Digistamp and link to this Blog.
  • you may combine with other challenges (no limit)
  • link up at the bottom of this post by Noon (PST)  on the last day of the month and you will receive next month's digi set free 🥰  (emailed at end of month) **Please link directly to your post that contains your entry, NOT your general blog address!  
  • If your link does not take us to your entry post, or you did not follow the challenge rules, your entry could be removed without notice, and you will not be emailed next month's digi.

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Here is some DT inspiration for you...



Helen










Interactive Card with moveable kites!  
Video Tutorial below



Watch how I made this interactive card + 2 more...


It's your turn!

Please show us what you create using Go Fly a Kite in the link below.  Be sure to follow the guidelines listed above.