Its alittle late for Halloween, but if you have an idea for next year….we have some seasonal colors of Slider Cards.
And not just for Halloween – there are also 2 colors for Christmas and Winter!
Seasonal Colors: Basis Orange, Basis Black, Basis Green and Basis Blue
I will be showing samples of all these colors in the next few days.
Papers Used on this “witchy” sample:
Basis Orange Slider Die Cut
Base Card – Black
Large Layer, Moon & accents – Basis Gold
Halloween Hill and Witch – Black Glossy
Stamps & Dies Used: Impression Obsession
Mesh Circles Cover A Card
Flying Witch Die
Halloween Hill Die
All Hallow’s Eve Clear Set
NOW…people are confused about what the Slider Die Cut is and what the package includes.
Here is a picture that shows the 2 pieces that are included in the Slider Die Cut Package:
1. the Slider Die Cut – shown below as the Brown piece. It folds in half to form a “pocket” and the front panel of the card folds to form a “tent shape” that moves up and down.
2. the Slider Insert – shown below is the Cream piece – it attaches to the die cut and when pulled up, it moves the front panel of the card.
The picture also shows how the Slider Die Cut is Folded – once folded and decorated, I usually attach to a scored A-2 Card or scored A-2 Steno Card. It’s not necessary, but then you have somewhere to write a message.
On my Halloween sample above – the Basis Orange Slider Die Cut is attached to a large Basis Gold Layer and then that is attached to a Black A-2 Steno Card. The piece of White that you see when the front panel of the Slider Die Cut is pulled up, is an extra piece of White Cardstock that I added before assembling the Slider Die Cut. I didn’t need to add this piece. But if I hadn’t, I would be looking at Basis Orange when it is in the “up” position as shown, similar to the blank sample above – when in the up position – you see the Brown. However, you can use an extra piece of cardstock that coordinates with your design and attach that to be seen when the slider is in the “up” position.
I hope this clears up some of the parts and assembly of the Slider Die Cut.
The package also includes instructions, but I plan on doing an instructional video (when I figure it out!) or at the very least – step by step “picture” instrutions that can be accessed online.
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