Friday, 3 August 2018

Friday Die Day

Hello friends

For this week's Friday Die Day I'm featuring Snow Ball.
Along with your crafty materials you'll also need 2p for this card...
find out why below.

A snowy silhouette scene designed by Sharyn Sowell. 
The approximate measurement of this die set is 
5.00 x 2.45 in. 12.70 x 6.40cm

I've die cut it twice, once from burgundy card and from silver foil card.
I'll be affixing the silver foil card behind to create a narrow drop shadow.


I then used A2 Curved Borders one to create tram lines,
held in place with removable tape before running through the Platinum.


Once die cut, used scissors to trim away the section revealing a shaped curved aperture.
Keep that curved piece - you need it.


I cut the same design into Christmassy paper (Tim Holtz).
Affixed this over the white card to ensure it was of a reasonable thickness.
Do the same with the curved piece.


Created a card base from ivory Hopsack card (Papermill Direct),
coloured card panel on top.


Snow Ball die cut affixed to the reverse of the curved insert piece.


On the reverse affix Crafty Foam Tape.
Ensure you put pieces either side of the curved aperture.


Next add a 3D Foam Circle to your tuppence! 


Place onto your card base, overlay your card front and you have created your
own slider.


Affix your Snow Ball die cut and curve onto the coin.
It now moves from left to right.


Add some embellishments, I've gone for Mini Poinsettias,
just be aware that you need to allow for the movement.


The finished card, fun to make and lovely to receive.



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Take care friends, have a wonderful weekend and a 
little heads up...it's Charity Kit Day on Sunday! 

15 comments:

Christine Collins said...

Hi Christine
What a great idea and lovely novelty card for a child. Love the Tim Holtz paper too.
Chris xx

Ann Morris said...

I like that Christine, thanks Ann

Kitty Davies said...

Morning All.
Thank you a brilliant card.
Take care and keep cool Kitty.

nattyboots said...

Hi Christine
Lovely card and paper ,not seen a slider card for a few years now, and looking at your card i think they could make a come back ,just beautiful .
Elaine H X

hazel young said...

Beautiful card and dies Christine. Love penny or tuppence slider cards. Love the Tim Holts papers used are they current or older stock. xx hazel

CraftyCoffey said...

Lovely card, such a fun idea.

Michele

Sheila Howard said...

Hi Christine. Love your cute Christmas card. Have a good day x

karenlotty said...

Very cute i have never tried a penny slider card I love that you have used a curve

lydia jordan said...

Morning Christine,
Love these dies, and your card is gorgeous.
Lydia
X

margaret driscoll said...

Good Morning Christine
This is cute and a sweet Christmas card, I never did try the slider cards but after watching yours well maybe!
Take care
Love Marg

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Christine, I thought you were going to make a 'slider' card, and Wow !! great that you can make the slider aperture without having to buy a slider die, brilliant. I adore the paper you have used and this card is fabulous.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Jean Eve said...

What an ingenious idea. Will have to try it.Not a very nice day today Up north! But glad of a drop of rain. Be well x love Jean

Sharyn Sowell said...

You always make very best of the best! Thank you for sharing such a fun use of the die. Can't wait to see what you come up with next, clever you!

Brenda Lello said...

Hi Christine, What a clever card. I’ve never tried to make a slider card. Yours is so inspiring. Thank you for your inspiration. Love Brenda xx

Betty McAlister said...

Slider cards are such fun especially for children. Lovely card Christine. xx

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