Monday, September 10, 2007

Double Slider Card

Corie posted a tutorial for the double slider card awhile ago, and I've been dying to try it. I finally got a chance yesterday, so here's what I came up with.

I started with this designer paper that I bought at our local scrapbook store, Scrapbook Oasis. I can't remember who makes it, sorry. The colours in it matched perfectly with Wild Wasabi, Chocolate Chip and Blue Bayou, so I went with those.

I wanted it to be a thank you card, so I used numerous stamps with that sentiment, including Sincere Salutations, Much Appreciated and Simply Said. The rose is from the Wild Rose set.

This will probably be a stamp club card at some point in the future! It took quite a bit of fiddling to make sure everything lined up, but once I figured it out, things went smoothly!

So my first stamp club of the year meets tonight. I'm very nervous and excited! I need to go clean my house so it's presentable! Thanks for reading!


Alexandra said...

Don't be nervous - you will be AWESOME!! You are truly talented girl!! This double slider is wonderful - I need to try one.


Lori Barnett said...

I LOVE double sided paper!!! This card is awesome!! I've never made a slider card. Maybe something new I will have to try :)

Tex said...

Did you enjoy your stamp club tonight? I'm wagering that you had a great time!

Don't you just love the double sliders?! They're so much fun, and yours is wonderful! (I have that very same paper waiting to be loved .. it's gorgeous!)


dd2njoy said...

Lovely Shannon! It's amazing what you talented people are coming up with! TFS! And have fun tonight!!

Corie said...

Do not be nervous -- you will do great, you are so talented!!!

Your card turned out FANTASTIC -- I am so glad you were able to use the directions!!

esther said...

what a lvoely idea, thanks for sharing, will hop over to look at the tutorail when i get a chance. gorgeous colours on your card, love it!

Heather P. said...

This is gorgeous! LOVE this!

Rose Ann said...

I've never tried one of these. Yours looks awesome, and I love the paper you used!