Hello friends! I absolutely adore the new Magic Color Slider Die Set from Lawn Fawn. I shared this shark themed underwater scene a couple weeks ago HERE and today I thought I'd share a starry night magic color slider with you! I was super intimidated by the thought of creating my own magic color slider so having the Magic Color Slider Dies makes it so easy to make an interactive color slider card because all of the components are right there for you! Yay!
For the background I created an embossed design with the Snowy Backdrop Die by using an embossing "sandwich" in my Big Shot Die Cutting Machine. I used the number 1 tab, the bottom cutting plate, the die facing UP, Lawn Fawn Blue Jay Cardstock, the silicone mat, and finally the impression pad. Instead of cutting out all the little stars and circles, it embosses instead! Yay!
The edges of the background were inked up with Chipped Sapphire and Black Soot Distress Inks and then the embossed areas were colored with the white gold Gansai Tambi Starry Colors and a water brush pen.
The The Magic Color Slider Dies were used to die cut the components from Lawn Fawn Blue Jay Cardstock, Smooth White Cardstock and a transparency. Images from the Upon A Star Stamp Set were stamped and masked on both the white background (goes on the inside of the magic color slider) and the transparency window. Make sure and use StazOn ink for the transparency so that your ink doesn't smear!
On the background panel, I colored in the critters with Copic Markers and then inked over the stamped and embossed constellations and masked critters with the Chipped Sapphire and Black Soot Distress Inks. Once the masks were removed the background was adhered to the inside of the magic color slider. The slider track was adhered to the inside and then the transparency was lined up and adhered to the front of the magic color slider.
The slider was placed inside and "pull me" from the Push Here Stamp Set was stamped to the tab at the top. The slider was secured and then the front was stamped with stars from the Upon A Star Stamp Set using Lawn Fawn Yeti White Pigment Ink and Delicata Silver Ink.
Cloud borders were die cut from smooth white cardstock and vellum using the Puffy Cloud Borders Dies. The vellum border was adhered to the background, then the magic color slider was adhered.
A scattering of sequins and confetti adorn the sky and some Simon Says Stamp All Eyes On You stickers finish off the cute bunny!
V I D E O T U T O R I A L
To watch the creation of this magic color slider upon a star interactive card from start to finish, click HERE or watch below:
S U P P L I E S
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