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09/04/2017

Mon 04

Wintertime Fairies Slider Card
by Nancy Penir

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Hi there! Nancy here, and I have an interactive card to show you today. It's Slider Week at Poppy, and Memory Box has released a new die set to help you create a slider.

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The set offers 4 sizes and shapes, and is used with your stamps. Let me show you.

If you've never done a slider card, You Tube has several videos and how-to's. My slider is made with 2 pieces of foam fit together within the cutout, and attached to my fairy. A pulltab with ribbon slides the image through the slide.

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The stamp set I used is from the darling new Wintertime Fairies, (coming soon!) and has a coordinating set of matching dies.

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The sweet holiday fairies set has 3 fairies in different poses. I stamped, cut and colored my fairies and images first, 

and created my background card base from Distress Oxide Inks. On the bottom of the card I created a stencil by tearing a piece of paper in the shape of a hill before spritzing it with white spray. 

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The scene has the flying fairy starting at one end of the card, and flying to the other end, lighting the Christmas lights banner.

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I hope you enjoyed my slider post today. Remember to check back to see how each designer  used this useful and fun die set!

And don't forget to leave a comment to win a stamp set of your choice. Good luck!

Nancy Floral Signature copy

 

 

 

Comments

I can't get enough of these cute slider cards! Everyone is going to get this technique for their 2018 birthday card! :)

Such a sweet scene, Nancy ... those dainty little fairies are just magical ... love that one is flying through the air! Anita :)

Cada día me enamoro más de las Bellezas me encanta el fondo como recreaste las hadas los detalles wow. Gracias por compartir.

Morning Nancy, Wow !! these slider cards are fabulous !! I have never made a slider card before, but I am so excited with all your inspiration, I really need all these dies and stamps, they are really beautiful.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

HOW CUTE! I LOVE the idea of a pull-tab for the slider, Nancy! Fingers get in the way of seeing the card when you're moving the sliding piece! ;) SUPER IDEA!!! AND I also LOVE that Poppy Stamps is offering MORE THAN ONE DESIGN of the Slider Die in the same package!!! SO NICE to fit just what a stamper/ card maker needs!!! ;)

So cute and festive. I like the sliding fairy.

Oh Nancy, how cute is this! I love the little fairies and how you made her fly across the card. The sparkle is gorgeous around the igloo.

Super card - love the little fairy flying above the scene !

Slider cards are so cute, and yours is adorable!

Slider, sliders - so much - your fairy creations is adorable!

Wonderful card. So detailed and pretty. Great composition of all the fairies and banner.

that is just too sweet!

How festive and fun! Love this beautiful card. Your coloring is so awesome.

Absolutely adorable! Love this Nancy!

Cute as can be! Love those sweet Wintertime Fairies and your beautiful coloring! Such a fun Christmas lights banner too! Delightful card!

Such an adorable scene! Love it!

Oh Wow!!! Super Adorable card!!!

What a cute slider card with little fairies :)

So cute! Love the faires

WoW! Thsi is A-W-E-S-O-M-E!

Really sweet card. Great set.

Super mignon !
Bises
Thaly

I love slider
and spinner cards
and this scene
with the fairies
is darling!
Carla from Utah

Adorable interactive Christmas card, Nancy!!!!!

What a delightful card! "Snow" cute!

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