Thursday, January 26, 2012

Slider Card - 8 Easy Steps



Slider Card

This week I will be sharing with you on how to make a Slider Card.Its simple, fun and it takes only eight  (8) easy steps to complete a slider card.  


Step 1: Using the Spellbinders Nestabilities dies, cut three (3) identical label shapes. Next cut one (1) more label shape using the next smallest die with the paper that you’d like to decorate your front card.
Note: For this project I used the Spellbinders Nestabilities – Lacey Circles.  



Step 2: Stick the next smallest label to one (1) of the larger label. 




Step 3: Take one (1) label shape and cut off (approximately 6mm) from the top and bottom (or enough to square off the edge).



Step 4: Mark four (4) brad holes. Stack all three large labels together and poke neat holes through all three (3) labels.



Step 5: Cut two (2) identical card pieces for the “pulls” to an appropriate size (you can measure the distance between the centre brad holes for the size).




Step 6: Cut a strip of transparent plastic bag, slightly longer than the “pulls”. Wrap loosely around a trimmed label (the one in Step 3). Use a double sided tape to close the plastic around the label.



Step 7: Stick the “pull” pieces to the plastic with decorated sides facing up (Important: Make sure the “pull” pieces stick to the plastic not the card).



Step 8: With some brads put all three (3) pieces of large labels together. Your SLIDER CARD is now ready to be decorated. 






Here you are...simple guides to make your slider card. Enjoy!

- Inaz -

Materials List
Pink Paislee Sweetness Pretty Lace (Paper)
Pink Paislee Picture Perfect (Paper)
Kaiser Craft Madame Boutique Collection (Paper)
Lost & Found Blush "Favorite" Dance Paper
Prima Flowers
Ranger Ice Stickles - Crystal Ice
Making Memories Primary Mini Circle Brads
Daiso - Polka Dot Brad
Webster's Pages Designer Trim Country Estate
Plastic
Spellbinders Nestabilities -Lacey Circles
Martha Stewart Puncher


3 comments:

Nasir said...

Very simple way to make this card, an awesome design.




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Nida Razali said...

Pretty card !

Amelia Khalik said...

Thanks for the awesome tutorial finaz. Great job! :)))