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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Ready for another T Slide card?

I hope so, because these are so much fun to make!!  Let's get right to it shall we...
How can you not love this image?  She is adorable!!  The image is Audrey with a cupcake from The Stamping Boutique.  It's a digi image that I had purchased a long time ago, but if you go there now it is on special and all this week all the digi's are $1.00 off.  I had to plug them, I really ♥love♥ their images...

Anyway, I colored the image with my pencils and gamsol and cut it out with my small scallop oval nesties.  I also cut out a piece of Cherry Cobbler in the same size to layer behind it, just a little off center.  The swirls that you see behind the image are from Butterfly Swirls from The Angel Company that I stamped with Close to Cocoa ink.  The sentiment is from SU! For a Friend that is also stamped with Close to Cocoa ink also and I hand cut around it and layered it on to a piece of Cherry Cobbler.  I love that new color!!  The DP is from SU! and I'm sorry but it is the discontinued Sweet Always paper.  I added some jewels and ribbon once the card was put together, as always it was an after thought ~ I always think that I need just one more thing to a card when I "think" that I'm done Ü
The sentiment inside is from TAC's Everyday Events that I stamped with Close to Cocoa ink on Close to Cocoa paper.  I used my Modern Label punch to punch the sentiment out and I layered it on to a piece of Cherry Cobbler that I punched out with my Marvy Super Jumbo Scallop Oval punch. 

I still don't like the slider part.  When you open these cards it's fine, however when you go to close them the tab on the right side get's hooked up.  I have something different in the works for that so look for the tutorial tomorrow...

So that's all I've got for today ~ hope that you can wait til tomorrow for the tutorial.  Have a super great day an thanks for stopping by!!


Whimcees said...


Love your T-Slide cards! You have inspired me to try this!

Wishing you a happy day!

Barbara Diane

Carrie said...

Wow can't wait for the tutorial, this looks like something I must try.

Mitzi Curi said...

Hi Joanie! Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving such nice comments. I'm glad to discover your blog too, as I'm interested in creating more paper projects and need some specific tutorials. Looks like I found the right spot!


Annie said...

LOVE IT!!! Me want to learn! :) Can't wait for the tutorial!!!

Kim Score said...
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Kim Score said...

glad to see you having fun with the t-slide card! If you didn't catch it on SCS, I added instructions for the A2 size T-slide card. You can also get details at my blog with a picture of the cutting template.


Kim Score said...

Oh, and if it keeps getting caught for you, what I do is put a pop dot on either side of the slider tab which raises the cardstock just slightly enough so that there is good clearance for the tab. I probably should have put that in my tutorial.