Double slider card

Ive been making this for a card class on Saturday and decided to make those gorgeous flowers everyone seems to be doing lately and is part of the NZSU blog challenge this week. Megan McDonald has done a wonderful tutorial on making these so go and check it out!

Double slider cards can be a little tricky but they certainly have that wow factor when you pull one end and the one opposite pops out too! Ive got some more ideas on this type of card too so watch this space!

Materials used: The stamps Ive used are Happy moments and Whimsical words which are  Sale A bration sets and 5th avenue floral for a bit of background stamping. Cardstock is WW, Rose Red and Old Olive .The buttons are playground (summer mini) and button latte and Ive used a grommet (with a clear brad) and a jumbo eyelet. Rose Red wide ribbon and white taffeta ribbon was used here.

About Delyshttp://rowanz.wordpress.com/Lover of milky bars, Chocolate, fruit and coffee. Sharemilker, Mother and Wife Scrapbooker and storyteller of our lives.

4 thoughts on “Double slider card

  1. I came across your blog and was caught by your Soft Suede technique which I am now planning on showing my stamping club next month. Now I am caught by your flowers. I have done the slider card before but the flowers are fantastic. Is it the scallop circle cut along the indents and bent up? I especially love the embellishments in the center.

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    • Yes Tina..all you do is punch out several scallop circles, scrunch them up into a ball as though you are going to throw them out, unfold and cut into the indents. I also dauber the crease marks. Have fun teaching the ghosting and this technique your stamp club will love it Im sure!

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