Girl in Chair.
This card is simple, simple (in other words... EASY)! Stamp on card stock, color girl/chair and her eyes on easel pieces only. Cut out the 3 pieces. When you move the easel back, the little girl's eyes move back and forth! (See the eyes on the little easel pieces? Looks kind of scary unassembled! Again you will need a tiny brad to attach.
Some have asked for more detailed instructions, so here they are:
Stamp and trim each piece
- Punch out the eyes
- Attach the bracket (marked A) behind the eyes, line up the bracket curves with the chair curves
- Glue the "boxes" on each side of the "A" to the chair piece. The "A" box remain free of glue as it will hold in place the "B" piece with the moving eyes. Color said eyes
- Slide the "B" eyes piece under the "A" bracket
- Attach with a brad the B eye piece where you see the black dot and line it up with the button on the dress of the little girl... et voila!
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