Hello and Merry Christmas in July!
I am back with another video tutorial today and I am participating in a fun video hop! I made a Magic Slider Light Up Card! It's super fun!
In the video, I don't go over the basic instruction of assembling the magic slider, as there are so many tutorials that do a great job of that already. I just go over how I modified/added to the magic slider to turn it into a light up card. Also, how I decorated and finished off the card.
This card and the production of this video was really a labor of love. I really had my mind set on making this particular card. I set out almost 2wks before the link was due for the video hop to make it. First, my Gemini kicked the bucket and I had to send it back to Crafter's Companion to be looked at. Thank goodness it was still under warranty and that I kept my old Spellbinder's Grand Calibur for a back up! Then, we had a minor earthquake. No crafting supplies were harmed in the earthquake. However, it lit a fire under my butt to get my Stamp N Storage shelves attached to my wall, as I have several stacked on top of each other and an earthquake could very easily cause them all to tumble over. I hadn't had my husband attach them to the walls, because I wanted them painted and I got them at the end of the nice weather last year. We have no where suitable in our house to paint them. So, I had been waiting for nice weather to do so. After that little earthquake, I decided NOW was the time. My husband, nicely offered to paint them for me last weekend with his paint sprayer. However, my craft room has been in shambles all week while they cured and he has been too busy working overtime all week this week to put them up. Then, I got a new camera and have been playing with that as well. Which was a good thing, but it's been an adjustment.
Anyways, back to the card. The video, I think, does a pretty good job of explaining how to put it together, so I will leave the video here and list the supplies below.
This video uses these sounds from freesound:
Christmas Intro by DDmyzik ( https://freesound.org/people/DDmyzik/ )
Your next stop in the hop is here: https://youtu.be/QYmfh1buPJI
Link to the blog post about the hop and contains all the links to all the stops on the hop, in case you get lost & all the prize information, etc: https://bit.ly/2OhjeUg
Lawn Fawn Magic Slider Dies
Arteza Real Brush Markers
- Ice Blue A173
- Rouge Pink A190
- Bright Blue A108
- Arctic Blue A117
- Teal A138
- Red A101
- Parakeet Green A185
- Lemon Yellow A105
Acetate (I used an old Cricut mat cover)
Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive
Copper Tape with conductive adhesive
LED lights (I don't recommend the ones I use. Too small!)
3V battery - I used CR 2032, However, thinner batteries are out there if you wish to use a thinner one
Neenah Solar White 110lb cardstock for all magic Slider parts and card base
Small scrap of some light blue Recollections cardstock
Stazon - Black
Gina K Amalgam Ink
Push Here stamp set by Lawn Fawn
Hero Arts CL887 Stamp Set - Used the "Let it Snow" sentiment
Hampton Arts stamp set (no name, but it has the snowman image and snowflakes that I used)
Concord & 9th Snowflakes Tournabout Stamp
Distress Ink - Mermaid Lagoon
Stampin Up Inks in Taken with Teal, Tempting Turquoise, Bashful Blue, and Marine Mist
Silver Embossing Powder - Personal Stamp Exchange
Gina K Amalgam Ink
***I buy all of my supplies myself and am not affiliated with any company. The links I provide are not affiliate links. I do not make a commission when you buy using these links. They are merely for your convenience or clarification of which supplies I have used. I do not guarantee they are the cheapest prices. I suggest you do your own research and shop around.***