Sunday, December 23, 2012

Magic Slider Card

Hi Everyone! 

I wanted to pop in to share a magic slider card that I made.  I think these type of cards are so neat, so I was excited to try and make one for myself. 

Here is the card before any of the "magic" happens.  I used the Lawn Fawn sets Critters in the Forest, Hats off to You, and Cozy Christmas.  The sentiment is from Hero Arts.  

When you pull the tab on the top of the card, look what happens: 

Magic!  This card was so fun to make.  I'm entering it into the Lawnscaping Challenge: Make it Shine, which is sponsored by Lawn Fawn this week.  

For the shiny part, I added glitter paper to the background, assorted stickles to the tree and to Santa's hat, and glossy accents to the Christmas lights.  It's very sparkly in person!  Other supplies used for the card including a PTI tag die, acetate, lily bee patterned paper, and white cardstock (SU).   

I'm also going to enter it in this weeks Simon Says Stamp Challenge: Anything Christmassy. 

That's it for me today!  Thanks for stopping by! 



  1. Oh what a gorgeous Christmas card, its so clever.
    Thanks for joining us this week and Merry Christmas from everyone at Simon Says Stamps Challenge.

  2. Wow, so cool! Magic cards are so neat! Great job, Lizzy! :)

  3. wow.! brilliant..!! love everything on it, the color combo, the layout and the tag ! Thank you for playing along with us at Lawnscaping..

  4. So fun! I love your interpretation of "make it shine!" Thanks for playing along with us at lawnsacping!

  5. Wow, this is so clever! Excellent card!!

    Thanks for playing along with us at Lawnscaping!

  6. LOVE it! It's been a while since I want to try one of these! The whole design is great and I specially love the Christmas lights hanging there! Thank you so much for joining us at Lawnscaping challenge :)


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