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!

8 comments:

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.

*STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

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!)

~Tex

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!