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Monday, February 6, 2017

Flowers for you-Erica stamps

Hello wonderful people out there.
Today i am here to share my DT post for yet another awesome digital stamp company, Erica stamps.

 There is a new release named "flowers for you".
You can buy this wonderful stamp by clicking HERE. Remember its on sale so don't miss out the chance.
Moving ahead with the card...
I took sigma cardstock from Papericious and using stitched rectangle die from Gina Marie designs created a panel. I coloured the image using Zig clearbrush markers.
Distressed the corners.
For the base of the card i took a cardstock measuring 6 inches by 13 inches. Scored at 4 , 8 and 12 inches.
Folded it to form a normal 4 by 6 inch card with a slit inside.
 Took two more pieces of cardstock for the inner sliders measuring 3.5 inches into 6 inches, a bit smaller so they can slide easily.
I used distress inks and Mudra botonical bloom stamp set for the inner to sliders.

Used hugs die from Lawn Fawn and the corner branch is from Spellbinder holiday die set and flower die from Nakshathra designs.
Its time to assemble.
To make the slider i took a satin ribbon and rolled it around the inner folding (1st scored portion measuring 4 by 6 inches) and joined the ends.

After joining the two ends of ribbon, stick the two slider pieces in opposite directions of the card. Remember to stick only on the ribbon and not the card base.

I hope i am clear.
Once done seal the 1 inch extra part( 12" -13") inside to lock the slider.
I am attaching a link to double slider card tutorial found on YouTube. Hope it can be of some use.

I then adheared the stamped image over the slider card and used the die cuts to decorate it.

Hope you all will love it.
Entering it to following challenges:

Vrajangna Patel.


  1. What a clever card and that is a lovely image.
    Thanks for sharing with us at ATSM, and I hope you will join us again soon.
    Carol x

  2. Lovely card. And love the pretty images. Thank you for joining us at ATSM. All the very best and hope to see you again in our gallery soon. Nandini, DT

  3. Awesome project! Thank you for sharing the tutorial. Thank you for joining us at Sasayaki Glitter Stamps challenge!

  4. Great card and tutorial, I am yet to try this technique and I think I will finally need to give it a go! :-)
    Mirella, Mudra CT

  5. Thanks and great to know i inspired you to try this technique. Its really fun.