Wednesday, November 9, 2016

90th Slider Card


Hi everyone,

Today I am sharing another birthday card that I have created for my mother's 90th birthday which happens later this week. This one I made for one of my daughters to give to her.


On Monday Raquel Mason shared a card she created for the Hats Pop It Ups Designer Challenge where she used the main die from the Ring Accordion Card die set to create a slider card. Of course when I say her card I thought it was a fantastic idea ... who doesn't like finding more ways to use products that we already own.  Of course I had to make one too!

Instead of using the Ring Accordion, I decided to use the Circle Accordion to create my slider card. 

To decorate my card I used two of the gifts from the Gifts Peel Off Stickers set. I attached the stickers to adhesive tape and added Warm Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter and then colored the images with copic markers.

I added the number "90" to the centre of the circle which also has glitter on it.





 Here is an animation of the slider in action. Of course each gift only slides in it's own track either the top or bottom track.


For the inside of the card I used the Anita Frames Pop Up die set to create a pop up card. I added the negative of two of the gifts left over from the Gifts Peel Off Stickers. 

Stamps: Square Sayings - Simon Says Stamp
Paper: White; Pink; Green; Enchanting DP - Three Bugs in a Rug
Dies: Anita Frames Pop Up; Circle Accordion Card; Labels & Circles; Twist Circle Pop Up;  - designed by Karen Burniston for Elizabeth Craft Designs; Hi Rise Alphabet - MFT Stamps; Grandma - Cottage Cutz
Other ECD Products: Gifts Peel Off Stickers; Clear Double Sided Adhesive Tape 64mm; Warm Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter; Transfer Sheet
Other: Black Ink; Foam Tape; Copics



2 comments:

  1. Great card Frances! Your Mom will have lots of fun watching the presents go round.

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  2. So cute, with the spinning gifts on the front. Fun idea!

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