I love these little Trick or Treaters from Eat Cake Graphics. I thought this set would be perfect for a hidden slider card.
I made the card using the Trick or Treating Cling Stamp set. The set has all the image stamps you need for this project; including the Trick or Treaters, the house, and the candy bowl. The sentiment is from the Happy Halloweenie stamp set.
For detailed instructions to make a hidden slider, check out this post.
It may sound confusing at first (at least it did to me!), but once I had all the pieces in front of me – it made much more sense.
This slider card was made the same way as the other hidden slider post.
But because of the size of the images I wanted to card to be bigger (to fit in a 6″ square envelope). So I had to increase the size of the pocket and the slider.
The pocket is made from 2 pieces of Majestic Purple Med paper, one 5 3/4″ by 8 1/2″ – scored 1 3/8″ from each end. This forms the front and the sides of the pocket for the slider. The back of the slider pocket is made from a piece of 5 3/4″ square purple. To create the pocket, I just folded up the top and bottom at the scores and then adhered the purple back over the folded pieces.
The black base is 5 5/8″ square. Of course I had to make my orange slider larger also – it is 5 5/8″ square. The porch is my popped up image with the candy bowl hiding behind.
Hidden slider cards are so fun to make – they always make me feel clever!