Fancy Folds Blog Hop: Magic Colouring Card

Hello and Welcome to another Fancy Folds Blog Hop! We are an International team of Stampin' Up! Demonstrators, who have come together to showcase different folding projects each month. Today our design team is excited to showcase the Magic Colouring Card. I actually did this for a card class a while back and used this video as reference, however, I believe I altered the dimensions.

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So as I said, I actually made this card a while back for   a card class, but never got around to posting it. (my procrastination at its finest)

It's really fun watching people's faces when they pull the tab and the picture magically colours itself. It's also funny, how their expressions go from amazement to curiosity. Lol

One thing I like to do, when making a Magic Colouring Card is to mount it onto a card front. That way there is still a spot to leave a special note for the recipient, and it stands nicely on display.

My colour combo is Whisper White, Basic Black, Crushed Curry, Daffodil Delight and Pear Pizzazz.

I used the Photopolymer Stamp Set: Dragonfly Dreams (so glad this one continued into the main catalogue) and the Labeler Alphabet for my card. Do you like how I altered the inside greeting?


Well, Thanks for hopping in today! I hope you enjoy my take on the Magic Colouring Card. Up next is the Talented Satomi Wellard. Enjoy the rest of the hop!


1. Martha Inchley (Canada) That's Me!
2. Satomi Wellard (Japan)
3. Tanja Kolar (Germany)
4. Aude Barbara (France)
5. Miranda Mols (Netherlands)
6. Astrid Hofmann (Austria)
7. France Martin (USA)


  1. wowwwww wat een super leuke kaart. mooi zo met die bij

    succes met de hop.

    groetjes manon

  2. this card would make anyone "beehappy; love your blog, as it's so full of fun & inspiration

  3. I love that the magic card is on the card front and even you pull the bee out, there's a background left. Super cute!

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