Multiple image slider card tutorial

Multiple image slider card tutorial for My Favorite Things by Laura Dovalo.

Hi there! Today I’m stopping by to invite you to check out my multiple image slider card tutorial on the MFT Stamps YouTube channel.

Cenital view of interactive slider card with multiple images.

It’s of course spring themed and features images from the adorable MSTN Sending Sunshine and Smiles as well as the Honey Bees stamp sets. Let’s see it in action in the clip below:

As you can see, when the slider panel is pulled, three of the images change. The mechanism features no specific dies so anyone can make this card! I used the speechbubbles from the MSTN Say Anything Die-namics for my windows, but you could use any simple shaped dies. Just make sure that you leave enough room for the hidden images that slide into view.

Close up oc interactive multiple image slider card.

The safest bet would have been to limit the changing images to the middle row. In my card the border of the panel barely covers the red flower. Also, you can almost see the hidden heart through the ladybug’s speechbubble when the card is in its initial position. I mention all of this and give more ideas in my tutorial.

Close up of spring themed, pink, multiple image slider card.

The letters for the main sentiment are from the Connected Alphabet Die-namics. I die cut them out of Black Licorice Card Stock backed with Scor-Tape and covered them with Glossy Accents. That’s it for today. Click HERE if you want to see the tutorial for this colorful, interactive card. Thanks for stopping by!

List of Copic markers

Bee: YR24, YR21, W10, W7, W5, BG01, BG00, RV29

Ladybug: R37, RV29, R02, R01, R00

Butterfly: BG02, BG01, BG00, RV29, YR24, YR21

Flowers and heart: BG02, BG01, YR24, RV29

Measurements for the multiple image slider card

Main panel: 4 1/8” x 5 3/8” (10,5cm x 13,7cm)

Back panel: 4 1/8” x 5 3/8” (10,5cm x 13,7cm)

Slider panel: 3 ¾” x 5” (9,4cm x 12,6cm)

Card base: 8 ¾” x 5 5/8” (22,2cm x 14,3cm)

Cellophane strip: 3 ½” x 3”

List of products used for the multiple image slider card


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