Wednesday, April 29, 2015

THE PENNY SLIDER CARD

hi all,
and welcome to a digiplayground project.
 it is my turn to post and i have
wanting to share with you the second penny slider card i have ever made.
yeap!, the first one i made was years ago. i had forgotten how much fun they are to make.

anyway and anyhow, 
here it is....

-so much fun-
i grabbed this samantha walker file from the DGP shop
the card size is an a2
(5-1/2" x 4-1/4")

i cut everything with my cricut explore using design space.
the slit you see is where you attach the bike to slide. 
all the pieces just waiting to be put together. i cut duplicates to add dimension to some of the die cuts.

this pic is showing you that the bike slid forward, lol.
if you look to the first pic again, the bike is on the left, now is on the right.
-the penny slider effect-
(haha)
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wink-wink
-i gave the sun a happy face-

  see the pretty envelope with its scalloped flap? darling!  
i left the inside of the card blank to hand write a personal note.


how it works:
 there are two small circles behind the slit. they are to attach the bike for sliding. 
in my case i used the brads on the wheels, pierced through the bike to grab those circles to make the bike slide. normally you add a penny onto the circles for better movement and that is why they call it:
"the penny slider card". i did not add the penny but i can easily move it with my fingers.

and, if you take a closer look you will notice i also stamped the leaves: you can see some veins there.

what do you think? makes you want to try it, huh?
it is so cute and so easy to make.

is also available for
the silhouette, make the cut, cricut ds, sure cuts a lot and sizzix eclipse.

and now i have to say until later.

have a great week!
and thanks again for stopping by.

-copied from the dgp blog-

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