Heffy Doodle x Gerda Steiner Designs

Hi crafty friends! Thanks for joining me here today for a fun craft collaboration between Heffy Doodle and Gerda Steiner Designs. Design Team members from both companies are sharing inspiration using products from both companies!

To be entered to win the giveaway, all you need to do is comment at each stop along the Blog Hop!
Gerda Steiner Designs will be giving away $35 and Heffy Doodle will be giving away £25 to their respective stores!  Be sure to comment before 11:59 PM on May 21st to be entered to win!

Each company will post their random winner on May 22nd at 10AM EST!  Make sure to check the Heffy Doodle Blog and Gerda Steiner Designs Blog to see if you’re a winner!

All my supplies for creating this card will be listed down below (with multiple sources when available) for your curiosity and convenience. Affiliate links used when possible. 

For my card today, I wanted to play with Gerda Steiner Designs’ On the Table and Lovely Pandas stamp sets along with Heffy Doodle’s Hello Squeakheart stamp set and Pop Up Slider Die set to create one cohesive, interactive scene. I stamped images from One the Table and Hello Squeakheart using Memento Tuxedo ink. Then I colored them up using a bunch of copic markers, but you can use any medium you’d like.

For the background, I wanted to create a birthday scene so I used the balloons from Lovely Pandas. Using Eclipse Masking paper, I stamped out 6 balloons on a piece of cardstock a bit bigger than A2 size since I’ll be using the Pop Up Slider Die to cut my main card base with it. I masked off all the balloons and used Speckled Egg distress ink to add ink to the background quickly. To add a bit of interest, I mixed some Perfect Pearls and Gold Perfect Pearls to add splatter. I also decided to use pattern paper to create a table for my scene.

For the details of the interactive portion of the card, the details are in the video above, but this is one of the most simple interactive cards (in my opinion) to create. Sure, you can make it without the dies (which I have done before) but these do make it really easy and precise.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you got some inspiration to create! Happy Crafting! 

Oh, and remember to stop by each blog post to leave a message for a chance to win!


Heffy Doodle Blog
Cassie Trask
Cathy Chapdelaine
Jenn Bena
Karen McKibbin
Leica Palma
Noga Shefer
Carrie Rhoades
Jeannie Lieu [YOU ARE HERE]
Gerda Steiner Designs Blog


Some products are provided by manufacturers for review and use. Affiliate links may be used at no cost to you.

Heffy Doodle – Hello Squeakheart
–S.Com: https://shrsl.com/2ymc5
–HD: https://bit.ly/3uxNf2F
Heffy Doodle – Pop Up Slider
–S.com: https://shrsl.com/2ymci
— SSS: https://shrsl.com/2ymcc
–EH: https://bit.ly/3od5YOZ
–HD: https://bit.ly/3vSv1sX
Gerda Steiner Designs – On The Table
–SSS: https://shrsl.com/2ymcm
–EH: https://bit.ly/3vNPBus
–GSD: https://bit.ly/3haPPrx
Gerda Steiner Designs – Lovely Pandas
–SSS: https://shrsl.com/2ymcs
–GSD: https://bit.ly/3f675f1
Trinity Stamps – Papercrafting Magic
–TS: https://shrsl.com/2xyrz
–SSS: https://shrsl.com/2ymct
  –EH: https://bit.ly/3be2OF3
Memento Ink Pad, Tuxedo Black
–EH: https://bit.ly/2BdM8z1
–SSS: https://shrsl.com/2hbl2
–S.com: http://shrsl.com/1eonc
Distress Oxide – Speckled Egg
  –EH: https://bit.ly/3o3AAlz
  –SSS: https://shrsl.com/2ymcw
  –S.com: https://shrsl.com/2ymcx
Eclipse Masking Paper
–AMZN: https://amzn.to/3cLPDwV
–EH: https://bit.ly/2ZnzCoA
–SSS: https://shrsl.com/2hbm9
Honey Bee Precision Glue
–EH: http://bit.ly/2XqIVDt
–SSS: https://shrsl.com/2pywr
–HBS: https://shrsl.com/2pyws
Pear Blossom Press – Essential Gel Pens
–PBP: https://bit.ly/3tv7QEf
Perfect Pearls – Perfect Pearl
–EH: https://bit.ly/2VvRNak
–SSS: https://shrsl.com/2t1i9
–Spal: https://shrsl.com/2vqez
Perfect Pearls – Gold
–SSS: https://shrsl.com/2ymd3
–EH: https://bit.ly/3o36TkA
Heffy Doodle – Memo Tape
–SSS: https://shrsl.com/2ymd4
–S.Com: https://shrsl.com/2ymd5
–HD: https://bit.ly/3ex5NKT

90 thoughts on “Heffy Doodle x Gerda Steiner Designs

  1. Give aways are always lovely, I’m so grateful for the chance to win and to catch some inspiration along the way. I love the mice in this one. We keep rats and i can totally see my mischief of girlies doing JUST what these mice are doing!


  2. Wow, that cat can’t wait to get at those mice. I am sure he thinks that is his birthday gift. Thanks for sharing


  3. That is a FUN, FUN, card. Perfect combination of stamp sets. Using the pop-up to extend the table was great. Your coloring is exactly what I envision my coloring to be, but it never does take on that depth of richness as yours does.


  4. Your card made me smile! Adorable kitty and mice, and beautiful coloring! I love that it’s an interactive card, and the sentiment is really fun!


  5. WOW ! What a lovely and creative card with the combination of both companies’ stamps. You’ve created such an adorable party scene and I love your video that shows us how to use the Pop up slider dies. Thanks for sharing !


  6. What a cool card design! I adore the kitty and all of the mice! I think my cat would be puzzled too if he saw all of those mice partying it up on the table! Awesome card!


  7. What a great card! We have 6 birthdays at our house in the next 2 weeks. My daughter would love to make a card like this. She is crazy for kitties! I will have to check out this set.


  8. I’m quite sure that cute little kitty will get his treat, if not in this card but in the one on the blog before this one! such lovely different colouring from two different blogs using the same pussy cat shows how versatile these little stamps are!


  9. Love the seamless way you designed this slider card, so much fun and inspiration inside and out. I think anyone who will receive your card will be so happy. Such an adorable scene.


  10. A brilliant design on this super fun card! I love these little mice along with that adorable cat!! Wonderful bright colours really bring this sweet scene to life!Thanks so much for the great helpful hints and super inspiration! Stay safe! 🙂


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