Join Me for 7 Kids Craft Store September Release and Video Hop! +Free PDF Printable

By | 09/12/2020

Welcome to the September release and video hop for the 7 Kids Craft Store.  You are going to love the projects we have to share with you for these sweet fall and Halloween stamp sets!  There are 5 stamp sets being released today and I am sharing a project for the Foraging Faeries stamp set.

I have an interactive slider card tutorial for you today.  You will find a PDF printable of the tutorial at the end of this blog post!

I fell in love with this stamp set as soon as I saw the tree stump table!  It’s fabulous!!

I also love that the faery sets for this month coordinate with the July and August sets, while the Halloween Kids set coordinates with the Ice Cream Parlor and Pizza Parlor sets.

Interacive Slider Card 7 Kids Crafts Foraging Faeries

Aren’t these the sweetest little faeries?  Isn’t that stump table fabulous?

I started by stamping all my images with Catherine Pooler’s Midnight Black ink and then coloring them in with my Copics. Once I had everything colored, I cut it out with my Brother Scan-n-Cut.  (What a fabulous retirement gift to myself that was!)

After getting the images all colored in, I cut all my card pieces and assembled the card.  I have a video to share with you so you can see exactly how to cut the card front and attach the pull tab.  It’s very easy to do!

Interacive Slider Card 7 Kids Crafts Foraging Faeries

This is what the card looks like assembled and closed.  Then you can pull the tab at the top to open it and reveal the sentiment inside:

Interacive Slider Card 7 Kids Crafts Foraging Faeries

I love that this stamp set has a sentiment that is so perfect for the inside of a card!  The card will remain open just like this if you want it to.

Interacive Slider Card 7 Kids Crafts Foraging Faeries

Here you can see it from the back once you pull the tab and have the focal image popped up!

You will see me creating this card in the video:

Interacive Slider Card 7 Kids Crafts Foraging Faeries

This works great for just one little image as well!  You can see that I used a circle die for both cards to serve as the base of my scene.  Instead of making a larger scene with lots of images, I framed one image with a scallop circle die that I used to cut some iridescent glimmer paper.  Faeries should have sparkle!!

Interacive Slider Card 7 Kids Crafts Foraging Faeries

I used all the stamps in the set with the exception of the bottle and cup.  It’s a fabulous set and you can make some fun cards with it!  Imaging this on a slimline!  (I bet you will see at least one slimline card on the video hop!  The other design team members will each be featuring a different stamp set for you to see!)

Video Tutorial To Create An Interactive Slider Card:




You will want to make sure the template prints out so the card front is 4-1/4 x 5-1/2″ if you are printing it out to use as a cutting template.  Otherwise, just follow the dimensions listed on the template itself.

Supply List:

Are you interested in the products I used?  To make them easier for you to find, I have linked them below. (Affiliate disclosure ) Your purchases help keep my blog running at no additional cost to you and I thank you for the support!  The Foraging Faeries stamp set was given to me by 7 Kids Craft Supply.


 7 Kids Craft Store Shop:

7 Kids Craft Store Facebook:…

7 Kids Customers Create! Facebook Group:…

7 Kids Craft Store Pinterest:…

7 Kids Craft Store Instagram:…

Foraging Faeries

Tree House Faeries

Halloween Faeries

Halloween Kids

La Catrina

The entire September Bundle Deal:

MFT Stamps: Petite Gingham Paper:…

Misti Stamp Positioner:…

1/2″ Double sided scor tape:…

Foam Tape:…

I just adore Kelly Neis, the owner of 7 Kids Craft Store.  She is one of the nicest people that I know!!


Video Hop Links:

The Scrappin Rabbit
MAD About Cards and Crafts
***YOU ARE HERE:  Stamping Imperfection
Keionna The Kraft Therapist
Thank you so much for stopping by today!  Please leave a comment and let me know what you think of the slider card and these cute faeries!



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