Slider Pop-Up Card Portrait

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This is the portrait style of the slider pop-up card.

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This is what it looks like when you fold it flat and it does fit into a 4-1/4′ x 5-1/2′ envelope. I have just tried it!

Here are the measurements and the video for you.

Card stock: 4-1/4′ x 10′

If you are using the CTMH Score Board:

score on the long side @ 1/2′, 2-1/2′, 3′ & 5′

then turn to the other end and score @ 1/2′, 2-1/2′ & 3′ 

If you are using a 12′ score board:

score on the long side @ 1/2′, 2-1/2′, 3′, 5′, 7′, 7-1/2′ & 9-1/2′ 

Slider panel back: 3-1/4′ x 5-1/4′

Paper panel: 3′ x 5-1/8′

Front panel: 2-3/4′ x 5′

Paper for the top of the box section: 1-3/4′ x 4′ or you could us an embossing folder on the front section.

Tools used:

CTMH Score Board Z1937, Paper Trimmer Z1783, Bone Folder Z1204, Liquid Glass Z679.

I made this card using Honey Card stock X5668, Paper Fundamentals Adventure Z2032, the stamp set “Treats of Friendship” C1616, the Gold Shimmer trim Z1985

I stamped the Donut twice, once on a 1-3/4′ circle in Desert Sand 1273 and also on a small piece of  Pixie 5773 card stock using Cocoa Ink Z2114. Then I cut out the icing top from the Pixie, coloured the sprinkles in using the ShinHan Marker B262 Cerulean Blue Lt Z2449. I hand cut out both the centres and glue the icing on top of the Desert Sand donut then attached it to the middle of the slider panel. I did the same for the Coffee mug, first I stamped the mug on some White Daisy 1385, then again on a piece of Desert Sand 1273, the n again onto a small piece of Honey X5668, the was Cocoa Z2114. I used the same ShinHan Marker on the label on the mug.

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Here is the one that I made last year. I used the stamp set “Wild Wonders”. The Lion is cut from the Artbooking Cartridge on page 51 and is cut at 1-3/4′. The colours used are Cotton Candy, White Daisy and Blushed ( this one is no longer available)

I hope that you liked this card and give it a go.

Till next time, keep on creating 😉


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