Mar 11 2010

Slider Card Video Tutorial

Stampin' Up! Slider Card

 
I really like making Slider Cards. Partly, because they are easy to make but mostly because everyone loves receiving them.  They just can’t stop pulling the ribbon and moving the slider back and forth.

Like alot of movements cards, a Slider Card may look intimidating but it really is not difficult. And to make if even easier, I have recorded a video tutorial for you. Scroll down this post for the link,

I can’t stop creating with the Vintage Vogue stamp set and what better colour than Bermuda Bay to make it stand out. Even with the boldness of the Bermuda Bay, this card still has a vintage feel to it.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Note: If you are not viewing this post on my blog, please go to www.dreamingaboutrubberstamps.com to view the video.

  

Stampin' up! Slider Card Open

This view is of the Slider Card open. The image underneath says "Friends".

  

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Stamps:  Vintage Vogue, Thank You Kindly ($18.95 or free with a purchase of $65 during Sale-A-Bration) 

Ink:  Basic Black, Bermuda Bay

Paper: Bermuda Bay, Basic Black, Whisper White

Punches:  1-1/4" Circle  

Other: Bermuda Bay Polka Dot Ribbon, Basic Black 1/4" Grosgrain Ribbon, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Pretties Kit 

 

 

Stampin' Up! Vintage Vogue StampSet

Vintage Vogue Stamp Set – Set of 8

Clear $23.95, #118598 – Wood $31.95, #117690

Page 26 of the Occasions Mini

 

Don’t think it, ink it!  

2 comments so far

2 Responses to “Slider Card Video Tutorial”

  1. Cindyon 12 Mar 2010 at 9:56 am

    Wonderful video and fun card. However, I ran into problems both times I re-cut the black sheet of paper to insert for the slider because there’s no visual on that. Can you explain exactly how you inserted that piece of paper as I cannot get it to slide whatsoever. Thank you so much!

  2. Darleneon 12 Mar 2010 at 1:29 pm

    Cindy –

    When you have cut the black paper, hold it with the cut to the bottom and the smaller side on the left. Then the larger side will go under the punched half circle and the smaller side will go through the slit and over the stamped images. Does that make sense?

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