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Tutorial on how to use Patk's Die cut sliders. :)

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Pat P.

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Okay have been promising a tutorial on using Patk's Sliders..... Here it is....
First cut a piece of card slightly smaller than your card top.


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Put doublesided tape around the sides and down the middle. Then take two pieces of co-ordinating papers and attach to the card top like so....


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Next trim it to size....


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Next take the slider and co-ordinating ribbon. Cut the ribbon slightly longer than this piece of card about 1 inch. Thread your slider onto the ribbon.


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And on the reverse side of the prepared card put some double sided tape across the middle and attach the ribbon at each end. I put on another piece of tape to make sure it was secure.


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Then I stamped my greeting on another piece of paper and cut it out....


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Cut a piece of white card slightly bigger than the greeting piece and used the inkpads to colour around the edges of the white card.


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Tape the greeting to the middle of the white card piece. And put a piece of doublesided foam tape to your slider.


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Now attach your greeting to the slider.


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I then punched out some mini flowers.
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glued them down to a co-ordinating piece of paper cut in little squares and edged with a glitter gel pen. Then glue some gems to the centre of the flowers. Start with your middle one first and doublesided tape it down to your card.


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Followed by the other two.


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I then took a lilac card and edged it like I did the white card for the greeting.


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Next tape your finished topper to the prepared lilac card.
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I then attached a punched out heart with some foam pads and stuck in the insert.


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This is one way of using the sliders with the ribbons. Here is another.....


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Again take a piece of card and cover again in papers of your choice.


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punch a small hole in the centre of your slider.
Next with a brad through the centre of some flower parts attach to the slider.


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Attach slider to the ribbon


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And attach to the card as before.


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Tape down to your card....


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And there you go another use for the sliders.


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Have fun!!! And a big thanks Patk!!!!

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wow they look soo easy must get myself some sliders

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Tracy , if you want some cutting let me know as I've got the dies Smile

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[justify]I have the sliders but never thought to use them as a base to put something on top of them. What a brilliant idea. Thanks for this Pat.

Mary will know as she received the card but if you have to make a card for somwone with a fairly short name then you can use the sliders and put a letter on each one.

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