Basically, the circle of animals turn inside the window, which makes it a fun interactive card.
To start off my card I die cut the purple front panel using the All Prettied Up die set. The window is pretty much a perfect fit for the circle of animals.
Then I die cut some masks using the matching cloud dies, and placed them on my card base, making sure they were inside the window. Then I could ink blend a light blue sky ion my card base – make sure to mark where the window is, or mask off the edges so you don’t get any blue around the outside.
Then I stamped my sentiment from Circle of Friends in the middle using some black ink.
Then I stamped, colored and die cut my Circle of Friends image, and I also cut 4 extra pieces of cardstock with the dies. I chose kraft cardstock, but you could do it in some fun colors too, or the same as your front panel. Then you simply glue all these layers together to form a kind of chipboard piece.
Now all that is missing is assembly! To make sure the “chipboard” piece would spin around, I used foam tape. To make sure my animals would remain visible I flipped over the front panel, lined up the animals and put the tape around them – leaving a tiny gap so they have a bit of room to move.
If you have it, add some anti-static powder to the edges of the foam tape. This prevents the die-cuts from sticking too much.
Finally I just had to adhere the front panel to the card base – I cheated and used some tiny pieces of washi tape on the front to hold in my animals while I lined the front panel up on my card.