I am one that loves to learn new things. With that said, I was trying to come up with a card that I could give to each of my grandchildren for Valentine's day. I found this card on-line (sorry I can't find the link any longer) of an interactive card for them. So I've created one to share with you.
As you can see this opens in the center and lift up
Fold back the front to create this part of the card
Lift the center back to show this part of the card and then lift at the middle section
Then you are to the back of the card and it will take you back to where you began.
I used only one piece of paper for the main card and then decided to change it up to give it more character and a few more colors. I used this month's "Amore" MemoryWorks Express Kit. I cut pieces (and I must say you need to be pretty precise) and layered other scraps on each of the main cuts. I inked each piece of paper, stickers and chipboard with Tim Holtz inks. I embellished each section of the card with items included in the kit. You can't make it too "lumpy" or it won't turn. You will need to start with a 4 1/4" x 11" piece of paper, then cut that in half to make two pieces 4 1/4 x 5 1/2. You need to score one at 1 3/8" and the other on each side of the other one on its long side at 1 1/16. Cut them in half to create 2 1/8 x 5 1/2 and 2 3/4 x 4 1/2". Glue on the score lines but only up a little bit or it won't turn. The card will make an "H" design and you can begin folding and playing with the card.
I'm not really one who does a lot of paper folding so this is new for me, but this was kind of fun and will certainly be fun for the grandkids to play with.
Enjoy and Keep on Scrappin'