Shooting Star Slider Card Video Tutorial

Do you like movement cards? They can be a lot of fun but they used to be a lot of work before Stampin’ Up! introduced the Shooting Star Bundle of products. Now it’s a snap!

Here is a fun card I made using the Shooting Star Bundle. And while this bundle is coordinated to work together you can make all kinds of cards with it, the sky is the limit – Just pick your favorite stamp!

Want to see just how quick and easy this slider card is to make? Why not check out my Getting Started Video below?

Getting Started with Slider Cards Video Tutorial

This card was part of my monthly Team Meeting in which we learned how to create these fun and easy cards. If that sounds like fun to you – Why not check out what all the benefits of joining are HERE.

My team, The Blue Mountain Stampers is very active and we have a lot of fun together too!  Don’t live locally? No problem there is always a Team to Go option each month with tutorials, videos and pdfs too.

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 Stamp sets: Shooting Star (141616/141619*)

Ink: Marina Mist Classic Ink (126962), Emerald Envy Classic Ink (141396), and Basic Black Archival Ink (140931)

Paper: Playful Palette Designer Series Paper  (141657), Peekaboo Peach Card stock (141417), and Whisper White Card stock (100730)

Accessories: Sliding Star Framelits Dies (*141820), 1″ Circle Punch (119868), 2016-2018 In Color Stampin’ Write Markers (141393), Blender Pen (102845), and Clear Wink of Stella (141897), Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430), and Foam Adhesive Strips (138995)

 *Shooting Star Bundle 142349/142350)

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3 thoughts on “Shooting Star Slider Card Video Tutorial

  1. Love this card! I never tried to make a slider card until you taught us how to use these framelits. It’s so easy. Thanks for sharing your talent, Jini.

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