I hope you guys are ready to take a little ride on an interactive card today! There’s LOTS more info in the post than there is in the video, since I made it quite a while ago – so be sure to read through!
The little seated characters in the Tandem Ride set (there’s THIS one with a bike as well as the one I used HERE) inspired today’s card…I love foxes and ended up only getting the “additions” set with no bike – so I made a ride for my fox! I knew I had a rainbow die in my stash, and just needed to rig up the interactive part. Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube!
A little more on the Dr Ph Martins paints
- I filmed this video when I only had set 3. I loved the intensity of colors so much that I had to get the other two sets as well…I think I’ve developed a bad case of Full Set Syndrome, a term coined by Lydia!
- If you want to try just one set, I think set 1 has the most “standard” variety, and set 3 has the pretty jewel tones….it’s so hard to pick that I decided I needed all three.
- IMPORTANT NOTE! If you compare prices you may think you’ve found a steal on some sites, but be aware that there are both 1 oz and .5 oz bottles. Just saying. Be careful with anything you buy and watch stuff like that, stretch your crafty dollars! :0
My Ph Martins Storage
I haven’t found a container that’s suitable for my 1oz bottles, but I did figure out a cool way to store them. I picked up a strip of crown moulding at my local Lowes – I screwed it into the studs along the wall above my desk, and voilá, a shelf! The moulding is 1-1/4 and the bottles are 1-5/8, so they hang over just slightly – enough to grab and go easily.
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