Other Products: Card Stock: A4 Crafters Companion With-hint of gold 300gm; Ranger: Stardust stickles, Glossy accents, Inking foam tool, Bone folder, Scissors, Distress Inks: Forest moss, Tea dye; Other: Fussy Cutting Scissors, Double sided Tape, Double Sided Foam Tape, Scoreboard
Instructions: This Z slider card fits into an envelope that measures 22 cm x 21 cm when completed. The card size is, 17.5 cm x 21 cm. To make the card base: Taking the A4 cardstock and score at 6 cm and at 12 cm along the long edge. Fold into valley and hill folds. This will form the card front foot (6 cm x 20.8 cm) and card front background (17.7 cm x 20.8 cm). For the slider, cut 10.5 cm height x 12.1 cm width. (12.1 cm is the edge that is later glued to the top of the card.) For the card front cut 16.5 cm height x 20.9 cm width. All the matting layers will be cut at 2 mm smaller each side. Cut 6.5 cm height x 17 cm width for the slider guide. Taking the forest moss ink, ink the card background, slider and card foot of the card base. Adhere the slider to the top of the card background base. Adhere the slider guide to the back of the card front base so the slider will slide when all is put together. Taking the design paper, fussy cut the tree leaves. Measure and cut the top left of the paper to fit the card front. You will be missing the right corner due to the fussy cutting. This will be covered so you will not see this once the card is finished. Fussy cut the remaining image. Ink the edges of the fussy cuts with the forest moss ink. Adhere the design paper cuts to the card front base using glue and tape. Use the 3d foam tape/foam squares to give the height needed. Apply the tea dye ink to the background around the Deer and between the trees as needed. From the remaining fussy cut piece with leaves and roses on it, ink the edges and adhere to the top of the slider. Apply the glossy accents/crystal lacquer to the Deer and small flowers in the tree leaves on the card front. To finish, add stickles to the flowers along the foot of the card and to the roses.
Created By: Susan Smit