Su­perb slid­ers

Add an el­e­ment of sur­prise to your cards with th­ese fun magic slider ideas.

Quick Cards Magazine - - Welcome - By Julie Gibbs

Con­jure up a mag­i­cal slider card

If you’ve never made a magic slider card, you’re re­ally miss­ing out. They can take a bit of time and pa­tience to put to­gether, but once you’ve mas­tered this clever tech­nique you’ll never look back! Us­ing a se­cret stamped and coloured im­age, sneak­ily con­cealed be­hind a plain slider panel and stamped ac­etate, magic slider cards are cer­tain to sur­prise your re­cip­i­ents, and leave them puz­zled as to how you came up with the idea! Take a look at th­ese fun-filled wood­landthemed cards from de­signer, Julie, and then have a go at your own cre­ations – you’ll love the re­sults! And re­mem­ber to show us how you get on… we love to see your makes.


My Fa­vorite Things Wild Wood­land stamp and die sets From Seven Hills Crafts Bo Bunny Week­end Ad­ven­tures 12x12 col­lec­tion From Craftie-Char­lie Coloured card­stock Rec­tan­gle, cir­cle, square, scal­loped cir­cle and heart nest­ing dies Ver­saFine Onyx Black ink pad StazOn black ink pad Me­mento Tuxedo Black ink pad Me­mento Dew Drop Pis­ta­chio ink pad Cor­ner rounder and heart punches Ac­etate But­tons Gold peel-off strips Foam pads Glossy Ac­cents Goo­gly eyes ProMark­ers Eyelet set­ter and eye­lets Twine and rib­bon Dou­ble-sided tape Blue, white and black fine­liner pens From your lo­cal craft shop

Mask stamped char­ac­ters to cre­ate a 3D per­spec­tive!

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