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Push, Pull, Flip Card in Motion

Hi there,
Yay, I am soooo pleased that I was in the Top 3 at Midweek Magnolias! 


Here is my first Push, Pull card!
 I'm really pleased with how my Guard of the Castle has turned out, this Edwin is new (I've wanted him for a while & as a Pom I had to have him lol) I went to the Paperific Expo in Melbourne last weekend, I found him and lots of Tilda's there - yippee, I haven't treated myself to new Magnolia stamps in ages! 

I did think that push, pull cards were very tricky to make but after doing a little research I realised they are quite simple.

I wanted to have the guardsman standing outside the palace walls with the turrets behind him, 


 there had to be a red Telephone box as well (love this) 


here is the card open


side view, I used some organza ribbon on the slide to pull it out.

Materials:
Magnolia Guard of the Castle, Phone Booth, Edwin's Knight Castle
Magnolia Doohickeys Paris Night dies
DP's Maja Design Summer Crush 'Off to meet him' & 'Dancing the Bop'
Copic Markers, Glossy Accents, Ruby Rock-it Droplets 'Country Cookin'

I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:





Comments

  1. What a fabulous card this is Sandy, love these stamps and your very British theme. Amazing creation. Thank you for joining us over at Magnolia-licious and Midweek Magnolias. Good luck! Hugs Suzi

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  2. Wonderful pop-up card, Sandy. Delightful scene you've created. Love those turrets with the flags and the beautifully coloured Edwin. Gorgeous designer papers.
    Thanks for coming over to play with us at the Magnolia-licious Challenge.
    Hugs,
    Norma

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  3. Thank you Suzi & Norma just getting comments from you two creative ladies is amazing! Just found out that I've won on Magnolia-licious! Wow!!!

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