How to Create a Slider Pull-Tab Card Featuring Heffy Doodle’s Geology Rocks

Slider Pull Tab Card featuring Heffy Doodle's Geology Rocks- Marie Nicole Designs

Hey there, crafty friends! It has been crazy around here since being back from Creativation. I absolutely loved being able to meet fellow cardmakers and creatives from around the world in person! Most of these people I get to work alongside of online, so meeting in person is such a treat!

I was able to stop by the HEFFY DOODLE booth at Creativation. The stamp sets there are so cute and full of adorable puns! I came home with this GEOLOGY ROCKS stamp set, and as soon as I saw the volcano image I knew I HAD to make it erupt! I posted a short clip on my Instagram feed of this slider card and many of you asked for a video tutorial, so here it is!

 

It takes a few minutes to get the slider part rigged up, but it is really not that hard to do! Knowing how to build a pull-tab card opens up so many interactive card ideas! I hope this gives you some ideas and inspiration to use in your own cardmaking!

Slider Pull Tab Card featuring Heffy Doodle's Geology Rocks- Marie Nicole DesignsSlider Pull Tab Card featuring Heffy Doodle's Geology Rocks- Marie Nicole DesignsSlider Pull Tab Card featuring Heffy Doodle's Geology Rocks- Marie Nicole DesignsSlider Pull Tab Card featuring Heffy Doodle's Geology Rocks- Marie Nicole Designs

If you do create a pull-tab card using this method, I would LOVE to see it! Just tag me or shoot me a message! Happy crafting, friends!

*I’m also linking this card up with SIMON SAYS STAMP’S MONDAY CHALLENGE!*


3 Comments Add yours

  1. crafteeme says:

    Such an amazing card! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. hamiltonk2015 says:

    What a fantastic card! Thanks so much for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge 🙂

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  3. meihsialiu says:

    This is such a fabulous card! Brilliant design! Thank you so much for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. 🙂

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