Marker Geek Monday: Little Bits Fall Fruit Spin & Slide Card

Happy Autumn Scene Spin & Slide Card

All too often I don’t make the time to create an interactive card. When I do, I absolutely love them. This one turned out pretty cute – that little hedgie just kills me! Full colouring information is provided below – I used Polychromos pencils to colour the images and Distress Inks for the background.

Stamps Used: Little Bits Fall Fruit Collection – I also used the coordinating die set
Other Dies: Stamping Bella Happy sentiment die set

For details on other supplies, please see the post on my own blog HERE.

Here’s a little video showing how the hedgie spins and slides!

Polychromos Pencil Colours Used:

Skin: Light Ultramarine, Nougat, Cinnamon, Light Flesh Hair: Van Dyck Brown, Bistre, Light Yellow Ochre
Scarf: Orange Glaze, Helio Turquoise, Cobalt Turquoise, Light Cobalt Turquoise Skirt: Chromium Green Opaque, Magenta, Alizarin Crimson, Rose Carmine
Hedgehog: Dark Sepia, Van Dyck Brown, Burnt Umber, Nougat, Light Flesh, Ivory
Toadstools: Chrome Oxide Green, Mid Cadmium Red, Deep Red /  Light Ultramarine, Nougat, Ivory
Basket of Apples: Van Dyck Brown, Bistre, Ivory / Chrome Oxide Green, Mid Cadmium Red, Deep Red / Mid Cadmium Red, Chrome Oxide Green, May Green

Distress Inks Used:

Sky: Tumbled Glass, Stormy Sky
Grass: Mowed Lawn, Lucky Clover

That’s it for today! Have a wonderful week.



  1. Jane Crisci says:

    Adorable card!!!

  2. Carmen says:

    Your card is super cute!! I’ve made one like this before but I love the idea of the magic mushroom stops on yours!

  3. Beatrice says:

    Such a cute card!

  4. Elizabeth Hulse says:

    i love, love, LOVE interactive cards! This one is just so cute, I may have to buy every stamp set on there! Thanks for sharing

  5. Gail Plaskiewicz says:

    This is just so cute! I love all your coloring & how green the grass is. I have a colored pencil from a color by number kit called Grass Green & it’s the color of grass. I love how you did the lettering to match the mushrooms! Great job!

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