Wednesday, April 24, 2013

April Club, Double Slider Cards

Double Slider Cards

Double Slider Cards, open

Double Slider Cards, inside, before sealing

Double Slider Cards, front, without main image attached
Double Slider Cards are fun to produce!  We made them in my April Club.  When you pull up a front slider pops up from behind the main image and a larger back slider pops up from the inside.

The dimensions of the sliders can be adjusted to accommodate your greetings/images.

You start with a piece of 4-1/4" x 11" card stock that is scored at 5-1/2".  However, the fold is at the bottom of the card instead of at the top so that the back slider (which is on the inside) can be pulled up and the front slider comes out simultaneously.  I like to punch a hole through the card front and back to make it easier to pull up the slider.  I don't really show the mechanics of the word window holes that are punched in the card front and to which the sliders are attached.  You can find a great picture tutorial on Split Coast Stampers.  You can view the first double slider cards I made here, and here. and here, etc. (on p.3 of my SCS Gallery)

Supplies for card on left:
sets- button buddies, sweet essentials, teeny tiny wishes
cs- whisper white, pretty in pink, basic gray, so saffron, champagne glimmer paper
ink pads- pretty in pink, basic gray
access- dimensionals, mini glue dots, sticky strip, white organza ribbon, subtles buttons
punches- small heart scallop border, 1" square, word window

Supplies for card on right:
sets- aviary, feels good, teeny tiny wishes
cs- very vanilla, pool party, basic gray, island indigo
ink pads- island indigo, basic gray
access- dimensionals, mini glue dots, sticky strip, two tone ribbon
punches- 7/8" scallop circle, 1/2" circle, 3/4" circle, 1" square, word window

Happy Stamping!  Mary

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