Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Slider Get Well Card (with Video)

My friend Liz, of Liz's Paper Loft, had shoulder surgery last week.  I made this fun slider card to cheer her up, using the Papertrey Ink Movers & Shakers:  Sliders dies.

The focal image of the card is the cute flowerpot, cut at 2 3/4" from the Cricut Everyday Pop-up Cards Cartridge.  I ran the pot through the Cuttlebug Distressed Stripes embossing folder, and added a fun tag made with My Creative Time's Teeny Tag Greetings die and stamp set.

The slider mechanism allows for the cute sentiment from My Creative Time's Pain Pain Go Away stamp set to be revealed.

To see how I made this card, watch the video below.

Products I used for this card:


  1. Katie, you are amazing! Thank you so much for sharing how to make this wonderful card! You make it look so easy!

  2. Beautiful Katie! Thanks for the video, I had no idea how those dies worked. Another item for my wish list! Have a great day! Love and Hugs, Cathryn :)

  3. Awesome card Katie!
    Miranda :)

  4. This is so so cute- I am sure Katie will love it

  5. This really is too cute and perfect. You should get a commission from PTI for showing off their products SO perfectly!!! Amazing job! Hugs- Glora

  6. Katie ~ OMG Liz is going to LOVE her card! What a FABULOUS and well explained video! WOW! I want this die even more now! The papers are just so perfect and that flower and pot is way to PRETTY! Thanks for doing these videos too! You have no idea how much they have helped me! Thanks for the shout out too! LOL!

  7. i meant Liz will love it... it was early when i saw your post.. and i just came back and watched your video... i hope Liz is feeling a "little" better today, please tell her i said hi..

  8. Liz your card is so fantabulous! :) I love those mover and shaker dies! And the paper you used is gorgeous! You did an awesome job and I know Liz will love it! Have a wonderful day! lindagk23

  9. Awesome card! That slider thing is so cool! I'm sure Liz will love it!
    Tracy M :)


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