Woohoo!! Thanks for hopping along with us as we celebrate Courtney Kreeber reaching 10,000 subscribers on her channel! Way to go Courtney!!! To celebrate, we’re making cards with a thankful theme. So today, I get to share a card I’ve been wanting to make for months now. The first time I saw the Born to Be Brave stamp set from Kindred Stamps, I knew I wanted to pair the helicopter with the Launch Party die set from MFT to have it lift off. I finally got a chance to make the card, and I even had time to create a quick bonus card too. Here is the video…
The next stop in the hop is with Jess Francisco at A Card Day’s Work!
As promised in the video, I’ve got links to the products I used to make these cards…
Stamps & Dies
Born to be Brave stamp set
Interactively Yours stamp set
Launch Party die set
My Hero die
Slider Elements (oval)
Spin & Slide Disks (round)
Extreme Black Ink
Scan N Cut
Make sure to hop along with us and comment as you go for a chance to win! Each video features a different stamp set, and one winner will be chosen from each channel to receive the stamp set featured in that video. Don’t forget to stop by Courtney’s channel to congratulate her too!
Comment on my YouTube video (not here on the blog) by 11:59 pm EST on May 30, 2020, to be entered in the giveaway to win the Born to be Brave stamp set featured in my video. Contest open internationally to participants over 13 years of age. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. Comments must not violate YouTube community guidelines. This giveaway is in no way affiliated with, or sponsored by YouTube. Winners will be announced on May 31st, on Courtney’s channel. Any personal information collected will only be used for the purposes of contacting winners, your information will never be shared or sold.
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5 thoughts on “Interactive Launching Helicopter Card”
I love the launching helicopter card! ❤ Thanks for sharing Amanda!
Loved the card and I really enjoyed watching you make it as well
I love this card, how clever you are
Fantastic card! Thanks for the interactive info and tips. IF you remember or can tell what colors you used for the pilots clothes I would greatly appreciate it. That green combo is exactly the color I need for my fathers 81st Bday card that honors him as a veteran.
Hi Kim! I don’t remember for certain, but I want to say G99, YG67, and G94. I probably added G29 for darker shadows too. If you don’t have those army green shades, try some golden browns or warm greys on top of Christmas greens to change the tints.