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Saturday, September 6, 2014

Cat's Meow!


I have made one more Slide N Glide card!  As I said in a previous post, I was inspired by the PopnRock cards that I saw on Pinterest!   Below you can see that I started out with a different look for my cats but they looked too scary for me!  So I changed out the eyes with googley eyes!  They looked a little more friendly to me!



I mounted the cats on a base that is made from the small oval punch from SU that I cut in half.  The picture below shows that I can still fold this card up and mail it.  It is a little bulky and will probably cost more but you can mail it!  I will add more detail to the front but I wanted to show you how it looks for now.




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This picture gives you a better view of the mechanism that is used to make the cats move. 



The back  of the card!

I did a video of the way to assemble the mechanism that made the cats in the back ground move!  This is the same technique I used to make the sail boat move in a previous post back in August.  I was going to share a template for the flap I used for the Cat's Meow but my scanner is acting up!  I will try and share it later - when my husband fixes the printer.  It is just a little larger than the template I shared in August.  Hope my video isn't too confusing!  Let me know if you have any questions!




 

5 comments:

  1. Your slide 'n glide cards are fabulous, Chris! Thanks for sharing your techniques. : )

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  2. Amazing....I can't find the template for the movement piece? Also can you repost your video on how to make the card?

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  3. So cute! Love your cats!! The little mice make it!!

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  4. Oh my.. this came out great. Love the cat that seems to have had a shot of caffeine. You were working on this card when we went up North, right? I want to learn how to make these under your watchful eye. We need to do this soon.

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  5. A super creation! I have really enjoyed stopping by and I LOVE your pop up cards I spotted whilst strolling through your blog! Hugs, Lesley

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