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Hello, friends! It’s Channin here with a new card and video to share! In today’s video I create a fun slider card with the Far Out Friends Stamp Set and matching dies. Watch to see how I color these interstellar images, ink blend a galaxy background, and then add a mini slider for a fun interactive element!

VIDEO: Far Out Friends Mini Slider Card

First, I stamped several images from the Far Out Friends Stamp Set in Memento Tuxedo Black. I then copic colored then images and then die cut them out with the matching dies when I was done. For the large planet image however, I ink blended with a couple of distress inks using the To the Moon Scene Builder Stencil and Mask Set and then copic colored the craters to add depth. Once I had finished coloring the large planet I then die cut it out with the matching die. Next, I trimmed it down to fit an A2 panel and then set it aside.

I then created my galaxy background by ink blending several distress oxides over an A2 panel of white cardstock. Once I finished ink blending, I added water spots and when the panel had dried I stamped a sentiment from the Stellar Sentiments Stamp Set in Versafine Onyx Black. Next, I added white Gansai Tambi paint splatters to look like stars. 

With my background finished, I then started on the mini slider. First, I die cut a channel in my background panel using the Straight Interactive Sliders Honey Cuts Set. Next, I added craft foam to the back side of the panel and then adhered it to the front of an A2 top-folding card base, making sure to pop in a dime between the two before I stuck them together. I then adhered a small rectangle of craft foam to the dime with a tape runner. 

Next, I adhered all my images except for the astronaut to the card front and then finished by adhering the astronaut to the craft foam on the dime with liquid glue. 

I hope you enjoyed today’s card and video! Thank you so much for stopping by!

~Channin

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