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Super Easy Interactive Card: Concord & 9th

Hey friends! I finally have a new video up and it’s featuring this crazy simple interactive die from Concord & 9th. I’m going to show you how to create these. I kept the card background super simple as well so the focus is on the interactive portion. I plan on giving these to my son’s teachers.


You can watch the video tutorial down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.

So the Freshly Picked Die set includes the basket for your items. You can make pumpkins, apples, peaches, strawberries and even oranges if you have a small circle die.

I loved the idea of pumpkins and apples in my basket. I am in full Fall mood right now. I have my Fall scented candles going, Halloween leggings on and ready for the beautifully colored leaves on the trees.

All the details are included in the VIDEO so I’m going to go over the main supplies used.

For the apples, I’m using all cardstock from Concord & 9th including Poppy, Cranberry, Parsley, Wheat, Dove and Mushroom.

I added some ink blending to the apples, leaves and baskets using Cranberry, Parsley and brought in some Gina K Designs Chocolate Truffle using a mini blending brush.

For both of the cards, I used the Friendly Florals die set to create this elongated oval. I ink blended from the bottom up using Parsley ink and having it fade off to white. Then I stamped a sentiment also using the Friendly Florals stamp set and Versafine Ink.

Now for the pumpkins, I used Parsley and Marmalade cardstock and to add ink blending, I used Poppy and Clover inks.

To let my recipient know that something is going on with the card, I stamped the Pick Me.

Oh my gosh, seriously, how cute are these?!

This whole release this month is amazing!

Hope you enjoyed today’s projects. Thanks for stopping by!


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  1. Lauryne Cunningham says:

    Your cards are super cute! I love this die set!

  2. Hey Mindy. I finally gave the Freshly Picked stamp & die set a try. I had your video up, starting and pausing as needed. I did have one mishap but managed to get it done! It only took most of the day! LOL, but that was due to my inexperience with shading. Now I need to actually MAKE the card, but I have a beautiful interactive basket of apples, thanks to you. I think/hope the next one will be easier. Loved your video.

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