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Thursday, 13 June 2019

Happy Fathers Day

Good Morning everyone, thank you so much for all your amazing comments on my seahorse creation. 

Today Im sharing the card Ive made for my dad for Father's day, I've used the sizzix slider die again and gone with a farming theme.  


This first photo shows the slider panel closed.

6x6 White cardbase.  Ive used beautiful papers in blues & greens from B&M.  I first die cut the sections of the slider mechanism from my chosen papers, these B&M papers are ideal for this as a good weight but also light enough to fold easily.  I stamped my greeting on the panel that is revealed when you pull the slider part back.  I added an eyelet in the hole and added some green paper raffia to make it easier to pull the slider up. 

I cut a panel of the green leaf paper and layered onto a large piece of the blue paper and attached to the card front. I then attached the slider to the card front with foam tape. I attached the bull & cow chipboard after painting it black to the front part of the slider. 

From a scrap of yellowy inked card i die cut some flowers and die cut leaves from the green and blue papers. I then arranged these around my slider panel. I added some pale green enamel drops to the flower centres to finish. 


This photo shows the slider panel open to my (wonky) stamped greeting, i used 2 different sentiment stamps.


This photo shows the card laid down and the slider open so that the cattle are then stood up and sort of looks like they are in a field.  My yellow flowers could be buttercup's, celandine's, or primroses, alot of my dads fields are meadows so full of lots of flora & fauna.


Items Used:
Sizzix tropicool slider die set 662783
Tim Holtz funky foliage 663087
Cow&Bull fence chipboard
B&M Papers 12x12 'Seas the Day' & 'Botanical Bloom'
Justrite & clearly besotted sentiment stamps
Oxide inks twisted citron, lemonade & pistachio

You can see my first card made with the slider set here for more details

Thank you all for stopping by. Emma


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19 comments:

meg said...

A fabulous farm scene Emma, you use your dies to full advantage and show case them beautifully

As.I.Do.Rodos. said...

Fantastic card Ginny
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Kathleen said...

Another fabulous card that’s needed a lot of thought and patient crafting! I’m sure your father will love it.

kate Jeffery said...

a fantastic card Emma
Kate x

gwen70 said...

Wonderful card, I'm sure your dad will love it xx

My name is Erika. said...

You did a wonderful job of mixing masculine and a bit of softness with this card. Very nice! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Try It On Tuesday. Hugs-Erika

Pam said...

What a brilliant card Emma. I am sure your dad will be absolutely delighted with it.
Pam x

StephW said...

Your Dad's going to be amazed when he sees this, love the style and how the scene pops to life using the slider ... Steph x

Anne (cornucopia) said...

This is fantastic.

ALI said...

Wow that is just stunning, your dad is gonna love it x

Mrs A. said...

That’s an amazing slider card. Love the cows in the field. Hugs Mrs A.

Dawn Phillips said...

that is such a clever card. I'm sure he will love it. Love Dawn x

Meggymay said...

A fantastic silhouette scene and Fathers Day card. Thank you for sharing this with us at try it on Tuesdays.
Yvonne

Jean S said...

How fab for your dad Emma he willlove it!! Superb !!xx

mum of two said...

Very cool! I love the slider part. Thanks so much for playing with us at Die Cuttin Divas. Hope to see you again soon :)

michelle (Die Cuttin Divas DT)
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AlisonC said...

Those colours are so pretty together. Great theme! x

Darnell said...

Thud! I'm AWE-mazed by this 3D work of art you created for your Dad, Emma! He will treasure this and play with it again and again!! Thank you for your visit! Hugs, Darnell

Rike said...

A wonderful creative Father's Day card!
Wish you a happy day! Rike

Kirsty said...

This is brilliant Emma, love how the slider makes the card into a 3d picture, I'm sure your Dad loved it. Stunning work. Big hugs Kirsty. x