Pull Slider Card Tutorial for Repeat Impressions stamps

Hi Everyone, Deonna Here!

It’s time for a new Project of the Week for Repeat Impressions and I’ve chosen to write and tutorial for a 
Pull Slider Card and Share

Supplies:

2 pieces Cardstock cut to 4 ¼” x 5 ½” each for Bases
1 piece of cardstock cut to 3 ¼” x 5” for slider Panel
1 piece of 3”x 2” piece of cardstock for slider tab
Punches- Tab punch, Word Window- Stampin’up
1”Circle punch by  Marvy Uchida
Repeat impressions stamps-9508-J, Ship (in a bottle), 9517-I, Message (in a bottle) Scroll, 9516-D, A message
Glue
 Scissors
Pencil
Ruler
Pop Dots



1.  Stamp, color and Cut out images that you have chosen to use.



 

2.  Using your 3 ¼” x 5” piece of Cardstock (Slider panel) , punch and glue tab to the right side of the piece 
of Cardstock . Stamp sentiment or decorate as desired and set aside




 

3.  Using one of your base Papers/Cardstock Mark with a pencil a line approx. 1” from each edge and 1 5/8” above the bottom of the Cardstock. Using your word window punch, start from one side of your cardstock punch 3 ½” line.




4.  Take your  3” x 2” piece of cardstock, fold it in half and. punch  with the 1” Circle punch, slightly overlapping the fold.  Put a small amount of glue down the center of one of the circles and Close. Fold each edge up to create what looks like a C and a Backward C. See Photo





 5. Glue  your ship to one side of the piece that you just created with Glue. Fold your other “C” to fit into your slider window. Set aside.



6.  Put down your second piece of 4 ¼” x 5 ½” piece of cardstock apply your 3 ¼” x 5” Panel on top of your 4 ¼” x 5 ½” piece lining the right side edges up, ***DO NOT GLUE! Add pop dots around the 3 other sides of your base cardstock  making sure that you are not touching your slider piece with the dots. 



7. Remove your slider piece of Cardstock and glue to the back side of your ship tab.




8. Adhere your slider ship piece of cardstock to the Pop dots that you just added to the  base piece and your 
project is complete.


9..  Decorate as desired. I chose to cut the Water out of a piece of paper for the bottom and used pop dots to raise it up. (Photo’s 21,22)


10.  Completed Project






2 comments:

centralNYscrapper said...

Thank you for your tutorial. I was inspired (and adapted it to use the Cricut Explore) to create a birthday card. If you would like to check out my creation, you will find it at http://centralnyscrapper.blogspot.com/2015/05/happy-birthday-slider-card.html. Thanks again!

Busy Bucharoo said...

Great tutorial. Can't wait to try it. Thank you for sharing.