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Wild Card Class Day 2 project #2

on October 5, 2016

Kristina did a wonderful job of explaining how to make a ‘magic slider card’. You’re intrigued….I know, I was too! Then I watched the video like 7 times, and ventured out to made my very own ‘magic slider’!!! (Sorry it is late, while I type this, and I’m a bit slap happy!)


Because I know it is coming…full force…I am trying to be a bit pro active! (Love this WPlus9 set!

card-class-22-smMy paper warped a tiny…especially on the left side. But I still love how it turned out! I envy bloggers who smoothly transition to the end…I guess I’m just one of those who say bye, and wave for 15 minutes! I’m waving….have a great day!  Thanks for coming by…


3 responses to “Wild Card Class Day 2 project #2

  1. 3kidmama says:

    Your card came out beautifully! I was trying to think of a way to use Kristina’s card idea in a Holiday card – you knocked this out of the park! Love it!


  2. Betty says:

    Love these lights, too! I have made magic sliders before but without any direction, so I think it will be better having the class video to follow along. I am a day behind in watching videos.


  3. This is so cute! I love the Christmas lights idea! My paper warped too so I’m going to try my next one with just colored pencils or markers….anything to not use water or heat. Great job!!

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