Monday, February 15

Birthday Slider


How many of you have made a slider card?
As you may know I love my Magnolia stamps and follow a couple of blogs of fellow Magnolia lover's. One of the blogs is Claudia Rosa. She had a tutorial for a slider card and it was one like I had not seen before. From the outside it looks like a normal card but when you pull on the bottom and top of the card it opens up to look like...
this. Isn't that cool? It was really easy to make and Claudia's directions were very easy to follow.I picked up this cute little Tilda at the Magnolia-licious store. She was colored with copics and I added some stickles to her hair ribbon, her wings, the flower on her hat and the heart on her pants.

I finally opened up my Dazzle Champagne Versmark and rubbed it on the prima's to give them some shading and shimmer.
I gave this card to a dear friend of my for her birthday. I wish I would have taken a picture of it with the gift card that I attached on the inside with repositional glue dots, it fit perfectly!

I know I am going to make another one of these slider cards and would love to see yours if you make one.
Thanks for checking in with me today!

Card Supplies:
Stamps: Magnolia, Gina K's - Heartfully Yours Additions
Ink: Copics, Mementos - Tuxedo Black, Bahama Blue, Dazzling Champagne Versamark
Paper: Dusty Durango, Pacific Point, Basic Greys - Marrakech
Other: Spellbinders - Labels 7 & Blossoms, Ribbon, Stickles, Primas, Buttons, MS Branch Punch


lisa808 said...

Awesome card!!! I'm off to check out the directions.

Shawna said...

WOW! What a fantastic card! I have never made a slider card, but with your fabulous example, I may just have to try it. Thanks for sharing Sharri!

Betty Benton said...

What a neat idea -- thanks for sharing the tutorial!

Jessica said...

Love my card, Sharri! Thank you SO MUCH!!

Tina Gilliland said...

Soooo adorable!!! I will have to try the slider card.

Nancy said...

What a great card! I love Magnolia stamps. I've never made a slider card. I think I should give it a try sometime. Thanks for sharing the card and the tutorial. :-)