Pull Up Carrots Card
Grow some Carrots with this Pull Up Carrots Card! They pull up to reveal a hidden message. I show you how here.
I really enjoy playing with these Sale-a-Bration stamps from Stampin Up — growing a garden is always a bright spot in my life, and these carrots reflect that. Especially since they were free!!
Furthermore, these stamps and sentiments are perfect for a great thank you card.
While this card can be slightly tricky to make, it’s fun to make!
These carrots can be pulled up on this interactive card to reveal hidden messages.
See below for how to create a Pull Up Carrots Card:
How to make a Pull Up Carrots Card:
Cut your cardstock:
- Pumpkin Pie: 8-1/2” x 5-1/2”, folded at 4-1/4”
- DSP: 4” x 5-1/4”. Adhere this to your card front.
- Crumb Cake: 4” x 2-1/2”. I die-cut mine with a Stitched Rectangle die. Stamp the Thank You sentiment in the bottom right.
- Scrap White for the carrots.
- Garden Green: Die-cut some leaves. I used the Hollyhocks dies.
Grow some Carrots:
- Stamp your carrots with your favorite orange and fussy cut them out. Then attach your die-cut green leaves to the top. I used a couple glue dots.
- Attach dimensionals to the back of the Crumb Cake piece as shown below. There are a few on the bottom to attach it to the card, and the ones at the top are to give the carrots some channels to slide next to as they get pulled out. Peel the backing off of these dimensionals.
- Then add a few more dimensionals and DON’T peel off the back. One at the bottom of each carrot, and three at the top of each carrot “channel.”
- Lay the carrots down on your card front, and then flip the Crumb Cake piece over and stick it down to your card, ensuring the carrots are in the channels.
Supplies for a Pull Up Carrots Card:
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