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Pull-Tab Slider Card, Hero Arts bloghop

I think my regular readers know…I just love interactive cards. Maybe I missed my calling as a paper engineer? Ok maybe not. #keepingmydayjob! Scroll down for bloghop and giveaway details!

Pull Tab Slider Cards

The Hero Arts summer release is chock FULL of travel imagery. The two sets used to make the main card in this video (Road Trip and On the Road) work really well together – cars, roads scenes, signs, lots of fun. They’re great for planning your summer camping trip…but can also make a fun card! Later on in this post is a list of city- and region-specific stamps in case you live in one of those places – or are visiting one this summer. (I’ll be JEALOUS!) Watch the video below, or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

I used the same two stamp sets (listed at the end of the post) to make a southwest-themed card, too. Same construction though, except using four brads to attach both vehicles onto.Sandy Allnock - Pull Tab Slider Card2

I also created a little version of a pulltab card with the Seattle set – since I live here I couldn’t resist!

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In the supply list below I’m including not only the stamps I used here, but the other cities – just to save you some time knowing what’s out there. The wood stamps are aDORBs. I’m not usually one who likes those kinds of stamps because they don’t usually get designed to color. But I’ll be using the Seattle “destination” wood stamp for sure too.

Bloghop

As mentioned – I’m part of the bloghop with Hero today. I’m way out at the end of the list – if you want to start at the top of the hop, the Hero Arts site is where to go. Your next stop is Teri Anderson. She has talent packed into everything she creates, so hop on!

Hero will be giving away three $25 shopping sprees (so you’re safe to shop now if you want to get things before they run out and pick up something else later!) drawn from comments left across all blogs in the hop. Please comment by Sunday, May 15 at 11:59pm PT and they’ll announce the winner next week.

Supplies

Below are links to the supplies I’ve used for today’s project; compensated affiliate links may used, which means if you make a purchase I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate your support toward the costs of running this blog! Read more.

 

 

314 thoughts on “Pull-Tab Slider Card, Hero Arts bloghop

  1. […] Libby Hickson Lori Craig Lucy Abrams Lydia Fiedler Mariana Grigsby May Sukyong Park Nichol Magouirk Sandy Allnock Teri Anderson Wanda Guess Yana […]

  2. […] Designer Sandy Allnock has a video for making a fun pull tab slider card. In her video she’ll show you step by step how to cut and assemble the card. As well as some tips on water coloring and putting together a stamped travel scene. Click here to visit her blog and check it out. […]

  3. Always a pleasure to watch your videos. You are SO creative and make it look so easy. I really can’t wait to try the slider card. Thank you for sharing all you do.

  4. Wow such fun creative cards with great scenes!

  5. What a clever card! Love the watercoloring, too.

  6. What a clever card! I absolutely love those stamp sets!

  7. Very creative cards! Thanks for sharing.

  8. I love what you did with your cards and the ones that were pull outs. That’s so cool! I’ve never seen that before and I’ve never done that before either. I’ve never been to Seattle but I’ve read about it in stories. I like that card too. We used to camp in the 70’s with a pop-up trailer pulled on the back of our car. Those days were fun and I miss them. No more camping anymore for any of us. I’ll take anything from the new release. Love your card!

  9. COOL & CREATIVE cards!!!
    LOVE your scenes and colouring, LOVE your FABULOUS action too!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing your INKY INSPIRATION 🙂

  10. Such great cards! My favorite is the Seattle card, since my daughter lives there. Thank you for sharing your great ideas!

  11. I love your cards! Your watercoloring is so beautiful & j love the interactive element. Thanks for such wonderful cards ‘ all the inspiration.

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