Pop Up Slider Card for the Pals’ Wicked Fun Fold Blog Hop


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Welcome to the Pals Blog Hop for October 2016. We thank you for stopping by to take a look at our new 2016 Blog Hop monthly themes.  This month our projects feature cards made using “wicked” folds. What is a “wicked” fold? It is anything other than the standard A2 card fold. We hope to provide you with lots of ideas and that you enjoy our creations.

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By Debbie Mageed, Botanical Builder Thinlits, Pretty Pines, Party Pop Up Thinlits, Pop up Slider, Fun Fold, Stampin Up

 

Here’s a wickedly fun pop-up slider card for you to try! This fun fold can be used for so many absolutely fantastic designs. I wanted to make this with specialty paper but you can use any kind of paper you wish.

 

By Debbie Mageed, Botanical Builder Thinlits, Pretty Pines, Party Pop Up Thinlits, Pop up Slider, Fun Fold, Stampin Up

The side view shows how the card pops up from the slider inserted into the card.

 

By Debbie Mageed, Botanical Builder Thinlits, Pretty Pines, Party Pop Up Thinlits, Pop up Slider, Fun Fold, Stampin Up

It’s All in the Wickedly Fun Pop-up Slider Card Details

  • Paper: Affectionately Yours Specialty DSP, Copper Foil Sheets, Tip Top Taupe
  • Cool Tools: Botanical Builder Framelits, Pretty Pines Thinlits, Party Pop-Up Thinlits
  • Finishing Touch: Basic Rhinestones, Crumb Cake 3/8″ Stitched Satin Ribbon

 

 

 

Instructions

This card was a lot of fun to make so I hope you will give it a go! Here are some tips for making it your own.

  1. Card base: 6 1/2″ x 10″. I cut this in half because the specialty paper was one sided. You can use double sided paper in one piece and score at 5″. The opening in the back for the slider card will be the two open ends and the fold will be in the front.
  2. Here are the dimensions for the cuts and folds: template
  3. Once you have done the cuts and scores for the card base, the slider card should be put in place, then put adhesive on the 1/2″ portion and attach to the slider. Now you can add adhesive to the left and right side of the card base (as well as the front if you cut the card base in two).
  4. Add stamps, embellishments and have fun with the wickedly fun pop-up slider card!
  5. Tip: If you use any of the foil sheets like I did here, put wax paper between the paper and the die before cranking it through the Big Shot (or your die cutting machine). Always cut the foil sheet to the size you need so it doesn’t pick up any of the markings from your cutting plates.

 

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12 Comments

  1. Roselee Orlanzino

    This card is awesome! Thanks so much for the pictures and detailed information about how to recreate this type of fun fold. I’m excited to give it a try.

  2. What a beautiful card. Thank you for detailing the technique for the slider. I can’t wait to try it.

  3. Stunning card, Debbie. I love that the recipient can really display it! Wow!

  4. This is absolutely beautiful! And thanks for the instructions!

  5. Wow, Debbie! This card is stunning! Cannot wait to try one of my own. Your specialty paper puts this card a notch above! What a great fold to give someone special that very special display card. This may take the place of my easel card fold!

  6. WOW! I can’t wait to try this slider technique. It’s a wicked cool surprise!!! THanks for sharing all the details of your lovely card. (You used my favorite DSP!!!)

  7. Debbie, your card is simply stunning. Talk about a WOW factor. Beautiful!!

  8. What a gorgeous card Debbie! Not only is it a great slider card, but the copper males it SO elegant!

  9. Hip, Hip Hooray! This card is a beauty!

  10. Gorgeous!! The copper makes this so rich and the pop-up element makes it fun!

  11. This is stunning! All of the copper makes this card look like a million bucks! Brilliant!

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