Lawn Fawn Video {3.30.23} Chari’s Pull ‘n Pop Pull Tab Card Inspired by a Movie

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Chari is back to another brilliant card idea inspired by a favorite movie! She will use Pull ‘n Pop Pull Tab to make an interactive design based on the movie Up! It’s great inspiration for our Inspired by a Book, Movie or Song challenge at Lawn Fawnatics! You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thanks so much for watching!

Chari used some older sets to recreate this famous scene from Up! The balloons are from Bicycle Built for You and the little house is from Happy Village. She created the custom sentiment with Harold’s ABCs, another favorite classic set!

The Pull ‘n Pop Pull Tab allows the cluster of balloons to rise and pop up from the card! This interactive element is so much fun!

For the background, Chari hot foiled the Cloud Background with Prism Hot Foil. She also used a Puffy Cloud Border to hide the pull tab. A sprinkling of glitter and some hearts are all that is needed to finish this fantastic card!

Be sure to check out the current challenge at Lawn Fawnatics, Inspired by a Book, Movie or Song! What favorite book, movie, song, TV show inspires you to make a fun card project? Check out the challenge and join the fun click HERE.

Thank you so much for sharing this brilliant design, Chari! I love it!



6 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Video {3.30.23} Chari’s Pull ‘n Pop Pull Tab Card Inspired by a Movie

  1. Just love this card. I have seen a similar one and have thought about buying the Happy Village set. I also have a niece getting married and could use the bicycle set. Hard to resist.

  2. I know you love this movie and this card is just perfect!!! I wish I better understood the sample to which you referred that helped you determine the placement…..I need something like that because I am struggling with exactly that with this cool die. I can’t seem to get it right. I will re-watch this video to try to better understand how you used it, but would appreciate any help from a fellow architect. Thanks, as always for this great inspiration.

  3. What a great card. I’ve never seen the movie, but I like the card a great deal. Love the foiled cards!
    Lori S in PA

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