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A Pop-up Slider Card

Just like the last card I shared on Tuesday, this card looks relatively laid back when it's closed.



For this card, I used the following...

Night of Navy cardstock:

-4 1/4" x 5 1/2"


Basic White cardstock:

-4" x 5 1/4"

-2 3/8" circle punch


Boho Blue cardstock:

-Stylish Shapes Dies


One Horse Open Sleigh Designer Series Paper:

-3 7/8" x 5 1/8"



But what I didn't list is the one piece of Basic White cardstock that you can't see in the picture above but makes the entire card the fantastic eye-catcher that it is. It's a piece that measure 3 1/8" x 4 1/2", and it slides up and down, creating this amazing pop-up slider card!




How did I do that slider? Check out the template below, and notice where the piece of Designer Series Paper is cut and scored.


When the Designer Series Paper (DSP) was ready, I added the 3 1/8" x 4 1/2" piece of Basic White to back side of that DSP, ONLY adhering it to the 1/2" shaded section shown in the template.



Then, when adhering it to the rest of the card, make sure you do not put any more adhesive on that extra white piece, but only around the outside of the DSP layer. I used liquid glue so I could get a thin line of glue around the edges.



The layers of Night of Navy and Basic White papers make the whole thing look beautifully elegant, but the Trucking Along stamp set makes the card automatically perfect for the guys in my life. How cool is this stamp set? The punch is currently unavailable, but while we await its return in October, we can still make some pretty awesome cards, including this beauty I'm highlighting today. The Trucking Along products can be found in the Online Exclusives in my online store.




For a complete list of supplies I used on this card, along with links to my online store, scroll to the bottom of this blog post.


Happy fun-folding!

Amy






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