Fall Raccoons Slider Card


Today I have a fall card featuring the lovely Mama Elephant “Rowdy Raccoons” stamp set. How cute are these raccoons? I absolutely love them!

To make my fall scene I also used Mama Elephant “Meowlloween” and “Meowlloween extras” stamp sets. I stamped all the images with VersaFine onyx black ink on Bristol paper and colored everything with Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers and added some details to the animals cheeks and the wagon with a white gel marker. Then I die cut the hill using Lawn Fawn “Stitched hillside borders” from watercolor paper and inked it up with Memento peanut brittle ink and antique linen Distress ink. For the sky I blended tumbled glass Distress ink on watercolor paper, die cut some clouds from white cardstock using Lawn Fawn “Simple puffy cloud frames” and adhered them to the panel.

I made the slider mechanism using a hole punch and a craft knife and mounted the raccoon with the wagon using two 1 cent euro coins and triple foam tape. Then I adhered the hill with the slider mechanism to the sky panel using triple foam tape and stamped the sentiment using VersaFine onyx black ink. At this point it didn’t seem to me a fall card, so I die cut some leaves from color paper using Mama Elephant “Birch trees” dies and adhered them here and there.

Finally, I adhered the panel to a piece of Lawn Fawn “polka in the dark” pattern paper and then adhered everything to a kraft card base.


Thanks for stopping by!


One thought on “Fall Raccoons Slider Card

  1. Sergio Robles Hernández December 15, 2016 / 18:02

    Que cuqui….jijiji


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