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Tutorial - Penguin Slider Card

Wow, what an amazing response I received to my Penguin Slider Card that I posted Friday in some Facebook cardmaking groups!  I had a lot of requests for instructions, so I created this li'l video tutorial on how I made it.   I re-created the card, this time using no special dies, so more of you can hop on board.   So grab your Penguin Place bundle, cardstock, paper trimmer, foam tape, and be sure to grab my igloo digital stamp and let's get crafting this cute slider!

*Note:  for those who want to create this slider without using the igloo, click here

Also... I forgot to mention that I resized my igloo to 2 3/4" x 3 3/4" before duplicating and printing it out.  :)  

If you have any questions, please leave me a comment and I'll try to answer as best I can.  Thanks so much!!   ~ Happy Inking :)

SU! Penguin Place slider card

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Stamps: (SU!) - Penguin Place; (ITD) - Polar Fun 

(you can download a FREE version of my igloo image HERE)

Dies & Punches: (SU!) - Penguin Builder Punch


 Extras: (SU!) -  Foam Adhesive Strips; (Copic & Artist's Loft) - alcohol markers; (?) - white gel pen


Comments

Aimeslee Winans said…
What a simply adorable card! You do these interactive ones like it's second nature to you, but I know there is a lot of intricate engineering going on behind the scenes! Hope y'all are cooling off up there or getting a break from the heat at least, xoxo
Unknown said…
Unfortunately, the link to the printable igloo doesn't work any longer but I so wish to have the igloo. Can I buy the digi from you? Crafty hugs from Carmen, Germany
Kristine said…
Thank you Carmen, you didn't leave a way for me to contact you. So hope this helps. You can purchase the igloo at the link provided in my list of products. Or you can go to http://www.imaginethatdigistamp.com and type Polar in the search bar. Thanks!

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