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Slider Pop-Up Card

Posted by Shannon Woodfin on

Products Used:
Dahle Vantage 12 x 18 Cutting Mat
Heaven Scent 4 x 6 Stamp
Tim Holtz Ruler 12 Inch
Pen Blade
Score Board We R Memory Keepers
Premium Cardstock Trio by Brutus Monroe
Art Glitter Glue
Doodads by Stopper Topper
Cutter Bee Scissors
3/4 " Circle Punch
Versa Fine Clair - Nocturne
We R Memory Keepers Angle Punch
Crop-A-Dile Hole Punch
Bone Folder
Foam Tape
Embossing Stylus Set
84 pc. Square Adhesive Rhinestone Squares
Crystal Glaze by Nuvo
Silver Sparkle Hemp Cord
5/8" Organza Ribbon - Bridal White

 

Cardstock Measurements:
3 1/4" x 4 1/2" - Alabaster
4' x 5 1/4" - Alabaster
4" x 5 1/4" - Black
4 1/8" x 5 3/8" - Alabaster
4 1/4" x 5 1/2" - Craft
5" x 1/4" - 4 pieces Black
4" x 1/4" - 2 pieces Black

 

**You will need to make a Pattern Piece that is 2 1/2" x 4 1/2".  Go down 3/4" and make a line across and then make a line down the middle.**
- Center pattern in the piece that is 4" x 5 1/4"
- Start at 3/4" mark and trace down and across the bottom and then up to the 3/4" mark on the other side
- Use a ruler and pen blade to cut your pencil marks only

 

Scoring:
- 3/4" from cut line to cut line
- 2 1/4" from cut line to cut line
- 4" from cut line to cut line

 

- Next, you will glue spacers on the back of the slider mechanism
- Use 3/4" Circle Punch to make finger hole
- Mark for stamping
- Angle punch and hole punch cardstock
- Fold and crease score lines
- Glue the inside small score line stamp side up the center and at bottom of the little flap
- Put glue on risers and center on sentiment cardstock 
- Arrange decorations on front and glue above the lower score line on the bottom half
- Glue card to Craft colored base piece
- Crystal Glaze the perfume bottles

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4 comments

  • I loved making this card. Thank you so much for the tutorial

    Karyn on
  • Thanks for accepting me into the group. I loved the slider card. Also enjoyed the BRENDA book, actually made one of my own entitled FLOWERS/BUSHES from my yard. The notebook pads a while back were a fun project too. I am in a group of five girls including my sister. we meet once a week. I get good ideas from your videos.

    Nancy Morton on
  • Had fun making this card. Thanks for the great tips.

    Charlotte A Linsner on
  • What a beautiful and fun card. Can’t wait to give this a try!

    Jessica Morris on

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