Hi! I’m back with another tin pin card, except this time I’ve added a magnet behind the card stock to attach it. The tin pin card is now a little more interactive and fun.
The tin pins come in a set of six, and the coloring for these pins is super easy to match up. You just need to color in the cheeks and nose.
I used Copic markers to color in my stamped image, and I tried to select colors that would match up with some Distress Oxide inks.
I used a stamp set from Altenew called A Splash of Color to create splatter marks behind the bunny.
I used a Neodynium magnet for this project–it’s very thin and strong, and it holds onto the tin pin through the card stock perfectly. Don’t use black sheet magnets or fridge magnets–they would hold onto the tin pin. I used score tape to hold the magnet in place and surrounded it with foam tape which happened to be the same thickness as the magnet.
Kids and adults alike will love the playfulness of this card. I’m going to have a difficult time giving this one away! Lol! However, I can always make more–and that’s exactly what I’m going to do using the other bunny stamp in the set. So much fun!!
Here’s the video I created for this card. You can watch it here or on my YouTube Channel in HD.
Thanks for stopping by! Have a wonderful and crafty week, my friends!!