Slider

I finally bit the bullet and decided to attempt the slider card that came in July's edition of the Papercraft Society Box. I thought it was going to be really difficult so had not got around to giving it the time. But it was amazingly easy I was so surprised and I love the results. This is definitely a fun card and one I will be creating again


There is a video on my YouTube Channel Mrs H's Crafty Corner

Cardmaking Supplies Used
July PaperCraft Society Subscription Box - Stamps, Dies and Patterned Paper
Sheet Red Card
Spectrum Noir Alcohol Markers
Gold Ribbon
Blue Gems
Flower Sequins
Embossing ink 
Wow Embossing Powder in Blue Glitz
Spectrum Noir Midas Metallic ink pad in Jade Green
Sheet of A4 White Card Stock
Made to Surprise Lets Hear it For the Girls Sentiment Stamps

Cardmaking Instructions
 The sheet of white A4 was cut to 6 Inches, scored and folded at the half way mark

A piece of red card was cut to 5 3/4 Inch by 6 Inch and a Sheet of the stripy patterned paper from the subscription box was cut to 5 1/4 by 5 1/2 Inch. These were glued together and using the slider die from the pack I cut the slide mechanism.


This was laid over the white card base and a pencil mark showed where I needed to stamp. I heat embossed the sentiment "Oh you don't look a day over fabulous"

The Pull mechanism was cut into red card and Pull was stamped onto the end with the Midas Ink.
Using double sided tape this was glued onto the mechanism on the inside of the card. The Card face was then glued onto the card base.


The stamped images were coloured, fussy cut and arranged on the slide mechanism. The word 'Yay' was die cut in the same red as the card. This die was also into the subscription box.



Gold ribbon was glued down the sides 

The Pull mechanism was finished with 2 flower sequins and blue gems stuck onto the top and the bottom. 


This will be entered into the following challenges

Thanks for reading 
Happy Crafting
Claire xx



18 comments:

  1. These are fun to make and yours looks great! Shabneez x

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  2. This is brilliant.
    A great tutorial too, thanks for sharing x

    hugs sally x
    sallysbitz2.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. how awesome...love the bright, happy colours
    xx Karen

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  4. Wonderfully made card and the image and slider style are beautiful. xx

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  5. Such a fun, festive card! Crafty hugs Linda

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  6. What a great card Claire - love your colours and papers, they work so well together!
    Stay safe
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  7. very pretty card and I love the sentiment

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  8. Fabulous slider card -never attempted one of these look so complicated. love the paper and great sentiment
    Carol x

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