Hello! I'm thrilled to be sharing one of my cards created with the March 2019 Simon Says Stamp Card Kit! I created this sliding window Wooly Lucky llama card that has a pull slider that reveals an additional sentiment! I love interactive cards, don't you?!!!
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To watch the creation of this interactive sliding window wooly llama card from start to finish, click HERE or watch below:
For my card today I incorporated the Lawn Fawn Really Rainbow Scallops 6x6 paper, Green Apple cardstock, smooth white cardstock, Lucky dye ink, sequins, Metallic Gold envelope, and the Wooly Llama Stamp Set from the March Kit! These kits are so filled with good product that the only additional products I used were dies, ink, markers, and a Lawn Fawn ("pull here") stamped image. I love the challenge of creating a card made mostly with the kit. I hope this inspires y'all to find creative ways to utilize the kit's components!
The Sunny Studio Sliding Window Dies is hands down one of my most favorite interactive die sets. I have long been a fan of the pull tab sliding windows but was so intimidated to create my own. This awesome set makes creating them a snap! I highly, highly recommend this die set.
I die cut a 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" Really Rainbow Scallops patterned paper background with the frame and notch. This is the front on the card. In fact, this card isn't going to open traditionally but will pull up to reveal the "inside" of the card with another stamped and embossed sentiment!
The measurements for trimming the remaining components are as follows:
- Slider (white cardstock): 3 1/4" x 5" (the length on this can be adjusted after you've put the slider together.)
- Front panel (white cardstock): 3" x 4"
- Thin strips (green cardstock): 1/4" x 3"
The llama, shamrocks, and sentiment for the front of the card were stamped from the Wooly Lucky Stamp Set with Intense Black Ink and Lucky Dye Ink as shown. The images were colored in with Copic Markers and embellished with a white pen and Nuvo Crystal Drops in White Blizzard. This panel on the sliding window is one of my favorite ways to "disguise" the fact that this llama doesn't have a coordinating die. No fussy cutting required! Whoohoo!!!
Gold star sequisn from the kit are the perfect accent and pull out the yellows/gold from the buckle and blanket.
The back of the card was created from the Green Apple Cardstock in the kit, stamped with another sentiment from the Wooly Llama Stamp Set using clear embossing ink and heat set with white embossing powder.
The panel was secured to the green card base with foam adhesive. Foam adhesive makes the sliding window work easier.