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Challenge #27 Anything Goes (featuring Pop Up Slider Cards)

It's time for our next challenge! Anything Goes - featuring Pop Up Slider Cards

Our sponsor for this  challenge is (drum-roll please)....
Winner will receive a 3 month subscription!

A little about our sponsor...

Hi! My name is Thia, I am the owner of Blue Moon Creation Crafting Station, and with the help of a friend, we inspire other crafty folks to get their craft on. Feel free to stop by and say hi! I live in Sunny Southern California with my loving and supportive hubby of 11 years along with our two young children. I have been the crafty type my entire life. 

I am addicted to all types of paper crafting, but I love creating cards the most. I love paper piecing with my TOMBOW glue. I own two Cricut machines (Baby Bug and the Expression) and a Cuttlebug. I also own a Silhouette Cameo . I absolutely love die cutting and embossing. When I discovered Peachy Keen Stamps a few years ago, I added them to the list of crafting supplies that I must have, along with Copic markers and chalks. (I am Copic certified as of this year!) And...When Peachy Keen Stamps started offering to manufacture stamps for others, I jumped at the opportunity to start my very own stamp line, Spiced Sunshine Stamps! 
Hopefully sometime soon I'll be adding dies to my stamp line too! Did I mention I love stamping? However, if you aren't into stamping and prefer digital images, you may like Digi Digi Doodle on Etsy. 
Ready for the challenge.  Here is the video to watch...

Also, Splitcoast Stampers has this awesome photo tutorial for you to follow!
(just click on the title here)

And now to our DT's  creations showing this card technique.


Modifying the Size of my Card to accommodate my Stamp I have made my Card 6+1/2" X 5". I have made use of my Blue Moon Designs Digital Stamp in various ways. I enlarged the stamp and cut out my Bees applying metal Feelers from some Butterflies in my drawer, I then coloured theSilver Metal Feelers with Black Copic 100 pen and also popped on a couple of Black Rhinestones and also utilised the large sized "Bee-Day" suspending it on clear plastic strip ~ The smaller complete Blue Moon Design Digital Stamp I have used inside the Slider Card.
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MY Tip:  I would suggest, when creating this card, that good quality cardstock is used, and a sharp blade in your trimmer.  Using xacto blade is ok to use but carefully.
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 My Tip: Use removable adhesive to place your elements correctly and then use the good stuff to put your card together. I needed to re-position my I miss you tag a couple of times.
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TiP:  Leave an open space for a handwritten note.

Brenda - Disney Girl 

 My Tip:  When making a card from a video tutorial I recommend watching the video first.  After you watch the tutorial once go back and try to create your card with the video.  
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 To find more information on how they did that, please click on their name/blog or the challenge under their picture. Thanks for playing along.
We hope these design team projects inspire. 

Your challenge:
Anything goes: cards, banners, layouts but if you enter a Pop Up Slider card, you will get an extra chance entry for this challenge sponsor.

This challenge ends on Saturday, August 30th at 10:00 pm EST.  Also, you can join up to our Facebook group: Scrapbook Blessings Club for more fun, games, inspiration, tips and techniques. 
If you do make a project using the featured technique, your project and blog may be showcased on the SBC Facebook group.

And as always, comments are appreciated. Thank you for stopping by and Have a blessed day!


  1. Wow - Your DT cards are gorgeous! Love the tutorial too - I would like to try this style - this is new to me! In the meantime, I linked up a regular card. Have a great week!

  2. This is my first challenge and my very first pop up card. I have never been in a challenge before because this is all new to me but I was encouraged by some people on a Facebook page that I am following, to enter this challenge. There are many talented people in here so I hope to get some great inspiration. I linked up my card but not sure if it is done right. I also started following this blog so I am excited to meet new people and learn new techniques!

  3. That is fantastic Ivy Birkner. I hope you are able to link up a card on this challenge site. Its great fun. If you have problems just pop a comment here and someone will help you.
    Annette ~ SBC

  4. Hi SBC-Team,
    great Challenge, i made my 1.Pop up Slidercard. It's make so much fun! Thank you, for the beautiful Inspiration!
    XO Sandra

  5. Gorgeous DT Creations!! My Gosh! I love Annette's little Bee card! That is fantastic!! Thanks for another fun challenge!

    - Susan
    {Scrap A Thousand Words}
    Open-Minded Crafting Fun Challenges

  6. We are so glad to get some new crafters! Welcome!!! We are so glad you are enjoying this challenge!!!!


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