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09/03/2017

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Little Kindness With Slider Groves
by Marybeth Lopez

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Hi! Marybeth here with a new die from Memory box called Slider Groves! Its a fun way to make this little bee from the Poppystamps  : (Little Kindness Clear Stamp) set, bumble around. It's so cute to see the bee tumbling around the blooms on the card!

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After I assembled my little Slider Grooves die  onto the card I also cut , fun foam backing to raise the panel to give it movement. I added more fun foam to the back then trimmed as needed.

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 I stamped my images in a light colored ink.The pretty blooms and leaves were colored in with Zig Brush pens .

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This is showing you a few of the colors I used and the water brush pen. I also added a bit of shimmer with Wink of Stella.

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Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to comment!  You  have a chance to win the Slider Grooves dies and a stamp set of your choice!

Wow, what a prize!  Good luck to you! God bless!

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Comments

Love this , I love cards with movement and normally hand cut groves to make sliders so these glider groves are perfect and what fun they would be with the itty bitty bee dies and the ladybug dies too, thanks for sharing your pretty card and the chance to win too.

Love this idea Marybeth, I always thought the slider went with a particular die set, never thought of it for anything you want. The little bee is so cute with your beautiful flower, the card is a delight.

How cute is the little bee sliding around the flowers :)

Your busy little bee is just so sweet buzzing around those beautifully coloured blooms, Marybeth ... what fabulous use of the slider! Hugs, Anita :)

Putting the bee on a slider is such an awesome idea.

I'm always intrigued by your cards....so beautiful. The bee is adorable. I'm all about any card or project that is interactive.

This is so clever with the bee on the slider. Your flowers are beautiful.

super cute and so pretty Marybeth! What did you use to hold your bee?

Pam, I used a tiny little plastic disk that I already had lying around,and two round diecut pieces of paper, made from a Poppystamps flower center die.

What a sweet card! The bee needs to slide to each flower for the nectar. :-)

Cada día hay Bellezas me encantan los Proyectos que hacen las DT para Poppystamps. cada día me inspiran. Gracias por compartir y darnos el chance de participar y ganar unos suaje, sellos.

Wow, Marybeth, this is so stunning. Love those bright orange flowers and of course so CAS.

HOW VERY SWEET! AND a PRETTY FLOWER SET TOO, with SUCH NICE sentiments!!!!! I am ALWAYS looking for nice sentiments for my cards! LOOOOVE that little bee tumbling around! LOL SUCH A SWEET CARD!!! SUPER JOB, Marybeth!

Love the flowers and that sweet bee! Gorgeous fall colors for the flowers! Lots of fun possibilities with the Slider Grooves dies!

Gorgeous card! Love the floating bee!!

How cute! Great idea with the sliding bee, instantly livening up an elegant card. Thanks for the inspiration.

Pretty flower card. Love the little bee sliding around the flowers. So cute!

Hi Marybeth, This card is stunning !! I adore this slider, it is so elegant and beautiful, and the bee is fantastic on the slider. I love it !!
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Never thought to use a slider element with a flower set! This is such a cute idea! Love the bumble bee. 😍 Thank you for the chance to win this prize.😎

Gorgeous card! I never thought of using sliders for a tiny element. Just perfect.

Win it? OH YES, please!! I love every single beee-utiful thing about it!
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Cutest slider ever! You generally see something fairly large on a slider and this is delightfully subtle and darling...

Love your beautiful slider card. The bee is such a cute idea.

Sliders have come a long way. Used to be just straight across. Thanks for all of the ideas.

Beautiful! Love the slider flower

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