The Three Little Bear Hugs: An Interactive Card for Kids

Interactive popup card for kids, featuring Bear Hugs by Stampin' Up! Card design by Natalie Lapakko.

Interactive Card for Kids

In my experience, the best card for small children are interactive ones.They spark imaginative play and creativity.

I made this pop-up three bears card for my two year old son (just because) and we spent almost 45 minutes playing with it together after he opened it.

Challenge Inspiration

Today’s card was inspired by two challenges. The first is Global Design Project Challenge #051! The baby bear with┬áthe ice cream cone was the idea that started this whole project!

GDP051 Theme

The second challenge is Freshly Made Sketches Challenge #252!FMS Final 252-001

Pictures are Worth 1000 Words

I’m off to the cabin for the long weekend, so rather than long explanations of how to make this card I’ve included extra pictures! If you have any questions about how to make it, feel free to leave a comment and I’ll answer as soon as I get back!

Interactive popup card with Bear Hugs, card design by Natalie Lapakko.

Interactive pop-up card by Natalie Lapakko. Front pocket holds Bear Hugs stamped bears for child to play with.

I included 8 different designer series papers, can you name them all?

Interactive popup card for kids, by Natalie Lapakko, features Bear Hugs stamp set.

Color Combo: Night of Navy, Daffodil Delight, Tip Top Taupe

Thanks for stopping by! Happy Labor Day and happy stamping!

0 thoughts on “The Three Little Bear Hugs: An Interactive Card for Kids”

  1. Oh my gosh! What an awesome and fun card! I would have loved to get a card like this when I was a youngster! Your card is so well done both inside and out. Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches!

  2. Absolutely amazing!! They are so cute just on the front of the card – but when I kept reading and saw your pop-up chairs – it’s perfect!! Thank you for playing along with us at Freshly Made Sketches.

  3. Your card inside is so creative!
    I am way behind with checking out entries for the Global Design Project. Back to school with the kids had me all over the place. Thank-you for taking the challenge! – Krista Frattin from Canada

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