Hi y’all! It’s Susan Lee Rose from @susanleeroseblog here again to show you a really fun slider card using the Cards for Crafters Stamp Set ,as well as the Craft & Create 6” x 6” paper pad.
--8-1/4” x 5-1/2”, score at 2-3/4” (Card Front)
--8-1/2” x 5-1/2”, score at 4-1/4” (Card Inside)
--5-3/4” x 5-1/2”, score at 5-1/2” (Card Back)
Craft & Create Paper Pad
--Green Tonal, 5-1/4” x 5-1/4”
--Button Print, 4” x 5-1/4”
--Navy Dot, 4” x 5-1/4”
—BM Maymay Trio Cardstock https://bit.ly/2SRRf0j
--Craft & Create 6” x 6” Paper Pad https://bit.ly/3qiHTHw
—Darice Yellow Ribbon https://bit.ly/3qdsZCh
--Cards for Crafters Stamp Set https://bit.ly/3xChZ3D
—Rectangle Die https://bit.ly/3gKqkwJ
--Memento Tuxedo Black Ink https://bit.ly/3gSUQTN
—Nuvo Creative Pens https://bit.ly/35DPUNw
—Versafine Onyx Black Ink https://bit.ly/3wXVF4w
—Bearly Art Precision Glue https://bit.ly/3qd8vta
—Tonic Teflon Bone Folder https://bit.ly/3wKKT1L
--WRMK Score Board https://bit.ly/2TVNozO
—Tonic Paper Trimmer https://bit.ly/2SQdmV2
--Die Cut Machine https://bit.ly/3zFZWLU
—Craft Knife https://bit.ly/3xvuiPo
—Cutter Bee Scissors https://bit.ly/3gIlRKQ
--Double Sided Foam Tape https://bit.ly/3gM5Cwg
--Double Sided Tape https://bit.ly/3cVaGME
1. Cut out all the paper and score according to cut list.
2. From the green tonal paper cut out a hole using a rectangle die cut about ¼” from the right edge. Then glue to the front of the 8-1/4” x 5-1/2” piece of lunchbag cardstock card front. Using the rectangle hole as a guide, cut out the lunchbag cardstock using a craft knife to create a matching hole in the lunchbag cardstock. SAVE ALL THE PIECES THAT YOU CUT OUT YOU WILL NEED THEM LATER.
3. Take the 8-1/2” x 5-1/2” (Card Inside) and glue in the 4” x 5-1/4” navy dot to the left inside, and the 4” x 5-1/4” button print to the right inside.
4. Line up the card front and the card inside at the right edge of the card front. Trace around the rectangle hole so you know where to cut. Cut out the rectangle using a craft knife. Save cut out rectangle.
5. Fold the card inside closed and trace around the rectangle hole so you know where to cut. Cut out the rectangle using a craft knife. Save cut out rectangle.
6. Line up the card front and card inside again, making sure the rectangle holes match up, glue into place.
7. Glue the 5-3/4” x 5-1/2” card back to the back of the card inside.
8. With the card closed, trace the rectangle cut out onto the back of the card (the lunchbag cardstock that is showing). Glue one the reserved button rectangle over where you traced.
9. Open the card so that the lunchbag cardstock flap is now showing. Trace the rectangle cut out onto the flap. Glue the reserved green tonal rectangle over where you traced. You will want to slightly bend up the edge of the flap, so it won’t catch on the rectangle on the back panel.
10. Stamp the image and sentiments onto white cardstock. Color the image with alcohol markers and then fussy cut out. Trim the sentiments to size.
11. Using double-sided tape on the back of the flap to hold ribbon into place. Wrap ribbon around the flap 3 times. Use a powder bag to remove the sticky from the double-sided tape not covered by the ribbon to keep it from sticking.
12. Attach the stamped image to the front of the card using double sided foam tape.
13. With the card closed, attach the smaller sentiment to the button paper rectangle showing through the rectangle hole.
14. Open the card and attach the larger sentiment to the green tonal paper rectangle showing through the rectangle hole.
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