Lawn Fawn May Blog Post: Beach Bunny Magic Picture Changer

Ahhh! I cannot believe that it is May already! Whew! With that being said, I am super excited to be back on Lawn Fawn's blog today sharing this super cute interactive card. I absolutely love (and I mean LOVE) the Magic Picture Changer Die Set! I think anyone who has tried it, feels the same way. It makes such a wow design possible while keeping it user friendly and easy to assemble.

My inspiration for today's card came while watching the Disney Channel. There was a cute little chubby bunny playing on the beach with a cute little chubby chick and I was like YES! The Some Bunny Stamp Set remains one of my all time favorites released by Lawn Fawn. (How can you resist those bunnies and all of those accessory images? You can't. Period.) I am always trying to come up with fun new ideas to use it. And that is how this card came to be.

I have also been trying to find fun, new ways to frame up the window of the Magic Picture Changer. Another one of my favorite things about Lawn Fawn is how effortlessly their products work together. I can't believe that any of this happens as a coincidence, so I have to assume and believe that the creative geniuses at Lawn Fawn just think of everything. (Yep. Kelly, Mike, and Erica are just brilliant!)

As I was looking thru my Lawn Fawn die sets, I came across the Say Cheese, Again Die Set. The larger of the two dies frames up the changing window perfectly! When you pull the pull tab at the top, the scene changes from the cheeky little bunny holding up his swim shorts to...

The same cheeky little bunny with his sunglasses pushed up to the top of his head, holding a fruity beverage. Straw and all! 

I hope that you have enjoyed my card share today and can't thank you enough for stopping by! For a complete list of supplies that I used, please visit the Lawn Fawn blog. I hope that your weekend is amazing and I will be back next week. Can you believe it's almost time for another Inspiration Week? Woot woot!


  1. I think your card is amazing. I love how you made a whole card scene out of the interactive part. Have you made a video of how you did this. Thank you for sharing this inspiration.


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