Friday, 14 October 2016

Rugby Slider Card for JAI #333

Hello and happy Friday to you! This week has been full of early mornings and busy days - by this time next week we will have just spent our first night in our new home! Goodness, where has the time gone? Today we spent a little time in the new garden, giving it a tidy to get it veggie ready whilst waiting for a delivery....some might say it was an excuse to get away from packing and enjoy the sunshine and they wouldn't be wrong :-)

Also ready to be enjoyed is the new challenge at Just Add Ink this week.  Tina has suggested a letter challenge that is sure to be Just Add ...."G".so I hope you can take a moment to pop on over and see the fabulous cards our lovely Team have made to inspire you and we also have another announcement that you won't want to miss!

 For my "G" elements, I went with goal posts, grass and geometric shapes to create this rugby themed slider card for my brother's birthday. Our family are all rather passionate All Black rugby supporters - the national past time of New Zealand for sure :-) So a goal kicking slider card will hopefully appeal to my fabulous brother - and the rest of his young family can play with it too :-)

To create the slider track, I used the Shooting Star Framelits and there is a video tutorial by Stampin Up showing how to use them you can see here. I created the goal posts out of strips of card stock and rounded the edges using a small circle punch.  The rugby ball is made using circle framelits and the 13/4 circle punch andfaux stitching details are added with a White Gel Pen. Then, it's mounted using Dimensionals with their edges snipped and placed between eyelits. Using your Embossing buddy both on the sides of all things sticky, as well as the slider track will help it slide better.

Card stock: Whisper White (Thick and standard), Basic Black, Real Red, Old Olive
Designer Series Paper: Serene Scenery
Ink: Momento Tuxedo Black
Stamps: Sunshine Sayings
Accessories: Big Shot, Shooting Star Framelits, Circle Framelits, 1" Circle Punch, White Gel Pen, Paper Snips, Brights Enamel Shapes

Thanks for stopping by today and I hope you can take a moment to pop on over to Just Add Ink and I look forward to see what you will create with "G" elements this week!

Happy stamping until next time,



  1. This is such a genius idea (another "G"). So very clever and beautifully executed.

  2. Jan, this is a totally terrrific G card - completely out of the park lol. I'm sure your brother (and his young family) are going to swoon over this. You've executed (to use Karren's word) this beautifully.
    Good luck with the big move, and glad to read you're enjoying some sunshine down your way. xx

  3. So clever Jan - and such a great card for a boy or man! Thanks for sharing your great card! Kelly x

  4. This is neat. Haven't done a slider card. I'll have to find a tutorial and figure it out.

  5. What a Great and Gorgeous card Jan! Love it. Good luck with the move. I have seen your message (finally!) in SC. Thank you the info....I'll be mailing your (to be late) card to the right place LOL. All the best to you and Sally. xo

  6. Gorgeous card, Jan. Love it & so clever the way it's constructed. Perfect for any male!!!- katerina