Slider Card!

Hey everyone! I was over at Makeesha’s blog checking out all the inkspiration entries and there on make it Monday was a tutorial on the Slider Card that Keesh made in her Workshop WOWs, which I was in such awe of, I totally forgot to scribble down measurements. DOH! But thank goodness for Keesh! So I threw all my other plans out the door (you know like getting ready for a workshop), and got stuck into making one.

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And here it is open-

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I was going to do some more stamping where the sentiment is, but you know, it might have been over doing it. I tend to do that sometimes. Like when I cut the grass out from the Inspired by Nature set.

I clear embossed the Baroque Swirl in the background and stamped it again in just Sahara Sand on the centrepiece behind the main image. If you have any questions about anything else. Please just ask. Better yet go to Keesh’s Blog and look at the awesome step by step instructions.

Thanks for dropping by!

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6 thoughts on “Slider Card!

  1. Kirsty – I just lurrrrrve your card! Tell me something though ……….do you ever have trouble getting those big bold stamps to stamp nicely? With any bold stamps I “season” them by rubbing them with my sanding block before stamping, but there’s just something holding me back from getting this set, I hate it when I can’t get them to stamp clear! lol Anal I know!

    Karen

  2. I have been tempted so many times to do a card like this but have never got round to it. I love this stamp set and it will definitely be one on the top of my evergrowing list!! What a beautiful card, just gorgeous.

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