Just to show how versatile Stampin’ Up! makes Designer Paper packs, here’s a slider card using the same DSP as yesterday’s cards for kids.
Just Add Cake DSP; Whisper White, Blushing Bride, and Early Espresso Cardstock
Marina Mist 1/8” ribbon, Build a Cupcake and Scallop Edge punches
If you’ve not made a slider card, they’re kind of a fun alternative. Just cut a 4 1/4” x 11 card, score it at 5 1/2”, then cut off about 1” or 1 1/2” from the end, depending on how much of your slider piece you want to show. The slider is 3 1/4” x 5”. Just adhere along the sides and there you go!
Here’s what it looks like with the slider out a little. I thought the ribbon pull tab was pretty self-explanatory, but my husband tried to just open it like a regular card. But he’s a guy. Probably the friends you send this to would understand the tab.
The Create a Cupcake stamp set has some fun images for stamping your cupcake with patterns and such, then punching it out. I went with simple here, using just the punch and plain cardstock.
Sliders make a good choice for invitations or announcements, as well. You should try making one today. Right now. Let your family fend for themselves. They’ll be fine.