Saturday, September 6, 2008

YOU ROCK!


Had to get this new set from Stampin'Up! as soon as I saw it. Isn't it adorable? I love that sentiment too.... YOU ROCK. So, what better to go with that sentiment than some iTunes? Oh yah, rockin' indeed baby....

This is a slider that opens up to show a gift card. I saved the instructions a long time ago, from I think Jenn's blog. I will find out for sure and post. I tweaked it though, so I'll try and get a tutorial done later this week if anyone is interested. You pull on both chocolate chip tabs and they slide open to reveal an iTunes gift card.

Here is what it looks like when opened:

I paper pieced the skull and then colored in the bones with my Copic Marker. I made the eyes pop up with Dimensionals, and added Angel Wings Shimmerz Paint to the teeth.

Here's the Recipe:

Stamps: Just Jawing
Paper: Pink Pirouette Textured Card stock, Georgia Peach Designer Paper, Chocolate Chip card stock.
Ink: Adirondack Pitch Black, Copic Marker, Craft Close to Cocoa.
Other: Top Notch Die, Big Shot, Round Tab Punch, Paper Snips, Crafter's Tool Kit, Vintage Brads, Dimensionals, Word Window Punch, 3/4 inch Circle Punch, Angel Wings Shimmerz Paint.


Man, my computer is acting up... I think it's time for a new one. So, I need to get busy and back up my stuff and get my photos off. I couldn't get the directions that I used to even open today! UGH! I'm working on a matching notepad cover to go along with this gift card, so if my computer is still alive, I'll share that tomorrow. :)

Have a super weekend, thanks for stopping by
!

18 comments:

Brenda said...

IF we're interested in a tutorial??? You bet we are!! Thanks for sharing your talents and ideas with those of us who were not in line when they were handing out the creativity gene!!

Tiffany said...

Great slider card! How fun that you incorporated pink into this too. What a fun looking card!

Have a great weekend!

Laura said...

This is great Cami! I can't wait for the tutorial.THanks for sharing!

2stampis2b said...

I love the slider card and the colors you used! Very cool!

Kendra said...

OMW!!! Are you kidding me? I want to be you for a day so I know how you come up with all these brilliant ideas! SO COOL!

Stefanie Staniak said...

I generally don't like skulls but this guy is just adorable !! And he looks so good in Pink !! :) Another brilliant Cami creation - love it.

glitter girl said...

this is awesome -- love it! I also *HAD* to get that set. I just played around with it last night, so will be posting my creation soon. I need to try paper piecing with it next!
Have a great day - can't wait to see more!

Alexandra said...

Hello? Interested???!!! You know we are!!! I LOVE what you did with this set, too cute Cammie!! I ordered this one too, and can't wait to play with it - comes tomorrow, whoohoo!!!! Your card ROCKS as usual, just too fun! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

~amy~ said...

Love it!!! You and your card ROCK!

Shera said...

I would LOVE a tutorial on this card!!! This looks awesome!

Kim Etherington said...

Too cute! Love the new rock look!

dedehames.stampinup.net said...

This is adorable and I can't wait for the tutorial. I'm always looking for "new" things to create and this definitely qualifies. I'm pretty good at CASEing, but I don't get originally creative that often. Thanks for sharing.

lisa808 said...

This is fabulous! What a great way to present a gift card. I am on the edge of my seat waiting for your tutorial. Thanks in advance.

Valerie said...

How cool is this!~ YOU ROCK, Babe!

Robin D said...

DEFINITELY post a tutorial!!! That is the cutest thing I've seen in a long time, and it just screams my daughter!! She would love this. Thanks for coming up with such a good idea for this set!

Robin D said...

PS...please make the instuctions work for someone who can't afford the Big Shot!! Thanks.

Cambria Turnbow said...

Robin.. you can use anything for the front panel, you do not need a big shot. You can cut any size card stock that will fit the front.

The tutorial is posted here:
http://cambriaturnbow.blogspot.com/2008/09/gift-card-slider-tutorial.html

Enjoli Bennett said...

This is too cute.. I love it! =)