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Double Slider surprise card ft. Lawn Fawn

Hello everyone!

Alexandra here today sharing a fun interactive double slider surprise card using Lawn fawn stamps and dies !


Here is how my card turned out , and I have used several of stamps from Lawn Fawn and also the Double slider surprise

I started by stamping and coloring the images from Holiday Helpers  , Winter Village  , Coaster Critters using Spectrum Noir alcohol markers

Then I die cut two panels for the slider parts and inked them using Distress ink Peacock feathers and once the ink was dried I stamped the snow falling from the Snow cool stamp set   using Versa Mark and embossed them using white embossing powder.


Also wanted to add some details so I took the die and die cut the forest border from white cardstock and added to the slider parts and also to the main panel so when the slider is open there is a continued scene !

Then I started adding the other elements to create the card! To finish the card I added the slider part on a A2 size card base where I also added a piece of pattern paper

Thank you so much for stopping by today ! Until next time hope you have a great day!

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  1. Super cute Samantha, love the surprise of the double slider.

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  2. THIS is amazing! I'm going to feature it in the Coffee Loving Papercrafters FB page!

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    1. Amy so happy you like it ! And thank you so much for featuring my card!

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