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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Triple T-Slide Card

Here is a fun variation on the T-Slide card.  You can have more than one sliding piece on the inside of the card.

Follow the directions for making the basic T-Slide card.  When you get to step 5, you will score 3 slots.  To do this, place the piece back onto the Fiskars cutter.  Line the left edge of the paper at 3 1/2".  Lift the rail on the cutter and place the blade at 1 1/8".  Push the blade down and slide to the 1 7/8" position.  Lift the blade again and position at 2 1/8", push blade down and slide to 2 7/8".  Lift blade and position at 3 1/8", push blade down and slide to 3 7/8".  Slide the whole piece 1/8" to the left on the cutter.  Repeat these cuts above.  Take a xacto knife to cut away the little slot pieces.  

Cut 3 pieces for the inside of the card 5/8" x 3 1/2.  Score the end of each piece at 1/2".  Continue assembling the card at step 7 of the T-Slide instructions.

For this card, I used papers from Parisian Summer and Pink Pirouette designer prints.  The raccoon is from Stampin' Up! Under the Stars and the greetings are from Stampin' Up! Three Little Words.


Cherie said...

Wow! What an awesome card! Even though it looks complicated, I'm going to try it! TFS!

Creations by Patti said...

You've done it again!!!! Love the surprise - I love these type of cards!
Great job on the variation to this card style. TFS. Have a great day!

CarlavdM said...

I Like this variation very much and am going to give it a try one of these days.
Thank you for sharing.

Marla said...

Very cute! I've enjoyed these cards very much. Thank you.

TN Granny said...

Awesome card I think I just might need to try one of these I love fun cards like this.
God Bless,

Juliette Chapman said...

How cool is this? I am thinking I will have to make one of these too. I love interactive cards and so can't wait to try thin. TFS.

Lucia Kaiser said...

Thank you so much for this tutorial! I'm subscribing to your wonderful blog; found you via Stampin' Addicts.

Lucia Kaiser

Michelle said...

This is a wonderful card, I appreciate your awesome instructions!

Brenda Quintana said...

This is soooo cute!!!! I love all the well-thought out details, down to the heart on the pull-tab. Just wonderful!!!


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