Tuesday, 17 April 2018

Slider magic with Through The Craft Room Door


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The sponsor for this challenge is:

My Favorite Things
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I have linked the products available from the MFT store in my ingredients below.

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I have made two projects to share with you today.

This post is all about the second one, a magic slider card.

Unfortunately the only My Favorite Things exclusive products I have in my crafty stash are the shaker pouches shared in my previous sunflower shaker card post.  The good news is that MFT stock a wonderful variety of essential crafting products, so I have linked to the products I have used so that you can purchase them from the MFT store.

I made two of these magical birthday cards so that I could show you the magic happen,
with one fully open and the other closed then gradually opening.
I'm sure I will be making more of these fun, interactive folds.



I started with a new magic slider cut file on my Silhouette Cameo design mat.  The card is actually a print & cut but I wanted to personalise it by colouring with Copic markers, so I removed all the colour.  I printed the front cake image on acetate and the image/sentiment panel on X-Press It blending card.  I heat set the image/sentiment panel, coloured with Copic markers then trimmed to size.  I cut all the coloured cardstock panels using my Cameo then assembled, starting with the coloured image panel and the "U" shaped spacers, adhering them all in place.  I tucked the slider panel in through the slot, pulling it right up to the edge of the card fold.  Next came the acetate panel.  I applied high take double-sided adhesive around the inner edge of the back of the window (sure hope that makes sense, you can learn all about it on Lori's video tutorial HERE).  I carefully aligned the acetate cake panel over the coloured image, holding it in place then slowly closing the front over it.  All that was left was to do was to adhere the card front down and it was ready to make magic happen.

Here are the cards side-by-side so that you can see them in action.
Just click on the image if you want to see the detail in full screen.

  

   

These cards are so much F U N ... just have to share some more close-up pics


   

   

   


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You can learn all about my other TTCRD Guest Designer project HERE

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NOW it's YOUR turn!

I hope that I have inspired you to get creative
and look forward to seeing your projects fill the gallery for

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*** INGREDIENTS ***

Copic markers - click on the colour number to find them in the MFT store
or see them all HERE
Copic markers - cake
R20-R21-R22-R24-R27-R29
Copic markers - banner/candles/cake platter
BG10-BG11-BG32-BG23-BG13-BG49
Copic markers - candle flames
Y35-Y38
Silhouette Cameo
Silhouette Design Store - Design ID #260768
Magic Slider Card Cake by Lori Whitlock
X-Press It - 6mm High Tack Double-sided Tape
Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Adhesive - to adhere the layers

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Sending a big Thank You to My Favorite Things for sponsoring the challenge and to Deonna for inviting me to be Guest Designer on the Through The Craft Room Door Challenge Blog.
    
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I am going to enter my card in the following challenges (alphabetical order):
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16 comments:

  1. Oh I love magic slider cards! You did this on your Silhouette? Hmmm I need to check out your video. Such a wonderful birthday card. I love it! Thanks for sharing with us at Cards in Envy.

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    1. Thank You Sherri :)
      You will have heaps of fun once you start making magic slider card ... they are addictive. I confess, I can't wait for the birthday girl to open her one soon.

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  2. Oh my goodness. This is the cutest, neatest thing I've seen in a while. I live it. Thanks for the instructions.

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    1. Thank You Missy :)
      I know you will have heaps of fun making [and giving] these cool cards ... I can see an addiction starting already!

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  3. Now I really need to try to make one of these! What a fun birthday card and so glad you shared it over at Cards in Envy...thanks for playing!

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    1. Thank You Ann :)
      You will have fun making and testing your magic sliders, they are surprisingly easy to make and very addictive!

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  4. I do like the magic of slider cards. Thank you for joining in the QKR Stampede challenge this week.
    Mary

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  5. Awesome job on the the very cool and fun card! Glad you shared with us at PIP this week :)

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  6. Very beautiful card!Thanks for join us at
    ScrapbookStampSociety Challenge.
    Hope to see you again and good luck.
    Gr.Kaija Dt-member

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  7. beautiful card Tracy
    Thanks for join us at
    {ScrapbookStampSociety DT Member}
    Hope to see you again and goodluck

    Greetings Karin DT Coördinator


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  8. Love your slider cards and the images are so cute. Thank you for your time to play with us at Creatalicious Challenges . Hugs Neva

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  9. Back again and this is so clever! Love this entry, thank you for sharing with Creatalicious, Jackie CT member.

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