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Glamping with Tailette Light Up Card: Pear Blossom Press & The Rabbit Hole Designs Collaboration

Hello, lovely crafters! Today, I have an extra special project to share with you. It's a light-up card featuring the whimsical Glamping with Tailette Stamp Set and Glamping with Tailette Dies from The Rabbit Hole Designs, paired with the fantastic EZ-Lights from Pear Blossom Press. If you love creating interactive and fun cards, this project is perfect for you. Let’s dive into the adventure of bringing a glamping scene to life!

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Glamping with Tailette Light Up Card:

Bringing the Glamping Scene to Life

When I first saw the Glamping with Tailette Stamp Set, I immediately envisioned a cozy campsite under the stars. The adorable Tailette character and her glamper just screamed for a light-up feature. With summer in full swing, who doesn't love the idea of glamping, right?

Glamping with Tailette Light Up Card by Rick Adkins

Coloring and Die-Cutting Fun

I started by stamping the images from the Glamping with Tailette Stamp Set and the Let's Wander Stamp Set. One of my favorite things about crafting is the coloring process. It's so relaxing, almost like a mini escape. I used my Ohuhu Brush Markers for vibrant and detailed coloring. Remember, taking your time with shading can really bring your images to life. Once colored, I die-cut the images using the coordinating dies – this ensures precision and saves time.

Glamping with Tailette Light Up Card by Rick Adkins front view

Crafting the Perfect Background

For the background, I cut a piece of white cardstock to 4" x 5 1/4". Simple ink blending with Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide Ink for the sky and Twisted Citron for the ground creates a serene setting.

Pro tip: When ink blending, start off the paper and move in circular motions to avoid harsh lines. This method ensures a smooth gradient which adds depth to your scene.

Glamping with Tailette Light Up Card by Rick Adkins Close Up view with lights on

Adding the Light-Up Element

Creating the light-up feature was an absolute joy. I die-cut a circle and used the sun ray dies from the You've Been Framed Dies to create sun rays. Ink blending Squeezed Lemonade Distress Oxide Ink gave the sun a warm, inviting glow. Here’s a handy trick: Use a polkie tool to enlarge some of the smaller die-cut circles for your lights. The EZ-Lights from Pear Blossom Press fit perfectly and are incredibly easy to work with.

Building the Scene

Once the lights were in place, it was time to assemble the scene. I attached the die-cut circle to the card base with foam tape, ensuring the lights were secure. Then, I carefully arranged Tailette and her cozy glamper around the card front. Mixing liquid glue and foam adhesive helps create different levels of dimension, making the scene more dynamic. Aligning the Let’s Wander image with the bottom of the circle tied everything together beautifully.

Glamping with Tailette Light Up Card by Rick Adkins Side View

Adding Interactive Elements

No interactive card is complete without a clear “press here” sign! I stamped (with the Press Stamps & Dies from Pear Blossom Press) and colored this sentiment to match the pine trees and placed it strategically on the card. This not only guides the recipient but also adds a fun element of surprise.

Final Touches

To finish off the card, I added some white gel pen highlights and a touch of Stardust Stickles for sparkle. These small details make a big difference, adding that extra bit of magic to your creation. My favorite part is watching the recipient's face light up – quite literally – when they discover the interactive feature!

(Wondering what I used in this project? Everything is linked to multiple sources in the thumbnails at the end of this post, or in the text below. Compensated affiliate links used when possible).

Glamping with Tailette Light Up Card by Rick Adkins lighted up view over head


Creating this Glamping with Tailette Light Up Card was such a delightful experience. It combines the joy of coloring, the creativity of scene-building, and the excitement of interactive elements. I hope this project inspires you to create your own light-up cards.

The project from this post is part of an Instagram Collaboration Hop between The Rabbit Hole Designs and Pear Blossom Press. Head over to my Instagram account (@rickadkinsdesigns) and hop along for more inspiration. By following the instructions on the hop, you'll have a chance to win one of two $25 gift certificates (one from each company). All comments must be in by June 20 at 11:59 pm EST to be eligible. All the details are on my post over on Instagram. Happy crafting, and may your glamping dreams shine bright!

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Materials Used:

Here you will find the list of supplies that I used to create today's card. All supplies are linked to supply sources below. Compensated affiliate links may be used at no cost to you.

Happy Stampin'

Rick Adkins

Rick Adkins


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