Sweetie and Happy Dragons

Blooming Medley Designer Paper Double Dial 2 Interactive Die DT- Danni Bindel Happy the Dragon Sweetie the Dragon

I'm so excited to share my card with you today! It's the first interactive card I've made with a die! SO MUCH FUN!! I feel these could get addicting!
I used the Double Dial 2 Interactive Die to create this card. I'm not going to lie, I was super nervous that I wouldn't be able to figure it out, (sometimes I'm a bit die challenged) but then once I got started, it went together easily.
There are photos and directions on the back of the die package that are very easy to follow. I also know that there are some videos on the TLC Designs YouTube Channel that show you as well if you need that extra visual.
I only used one of the interactive slots with this card as Sweetie the Dragon only needed one ice cream cone, hehe!!  I love the flexibility of this die! I did add Happy the Dragon to the card as the ice cream looked odd just floating there so now Happy is giving Sweetie the ice cream cone.
I paired Sweetie the Dragon and Happy Dragon with Blooming Melody digital papers. I think these are one of my new favorite set of papers from TLC Designs!! They are just so pretty and versatile!
To complete my card I added some little arrows from the Action Stamps to the dial. I forgot to add it before I put the card together but it was pretty easy to add it with the single arrow stamp provided in the Action Stamps.
I can't wait to make another card soon using some of the interactive dies from TLC Designs!! 
Don't forget that the current challenge at the TLC Designs Creative Sharing Group is Interactive Cards!! I hope you'll come join us!!
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