Magic Card

One piece of cardstock 4 ¼ " x 5 ½ " for card base (Chocolate Chip)
One piece of cardstock 8 ½" x 10 ½" for slide cover (Cajun Craze)
One piece of cardstock 3 ¾" x 5 ¼" for slider (Very Vanilla)
One piece of light colored cardstock 3 ½" x 5" for behind window (Very Vanilla)
window sheet 4" x 5 ¼"
Paper Cutter
Circle Cutter™
Sticky Strip
Circle punch
Ribbon or other embellishments
Step 1
Take your 8 1/2" x 10 1/2" piece of cardstock, slide it into the paper cutter horizontally and score it at 5 1/4".
Step 2
Now slide the cardstock in vertically and score it at 4 1/4".

The two scores you've made have now separated the cardstock into four separate "panels". We'll refer to these panels in the next steps.

Step 3 Cut out the upper left panel of the cardstock.

Step 4
Cut off 1/4"off the long side of the right panels (top and bottom). 
 Step 5
Score 1/4" on the long outside edge of the single panel on the left side.

Step 6
Use your hobby knife or paper cutter and cut a 1/4" thick slot on the score between the right side panels. Leave ¼" margin on each side.
Step 7
Stamp your left panel with a background stamp.
Step 8 Cut a window out of your left panel.

Step 9
Take your 3 3/4"x 5 1/4" piece of cardstock. Cut thin strips 1/8" in from the bottom all the way up to 4 3/4" on both sides.

Cut the thin strips off, leaving the T-shaped cardstock as shown. This is your slider.

Step 10
Stamp your image in the center of the Slider with StazOn™. Color your image. 

Step 11
Line up your window sheet over the stamped image.  Using the Stamp-a-ma-jig and Stazon Ink, Stamp your identical image on the window sheet.

Step 12
Fold your slider cover up and use your circle punch to punch a half-circle on the top (where the fold is).

     Step 13 
For a different color cardstock under your image on the acetate than the one you have made the slider cover with, take the cardstock color of your choice, cut a piece of 3 1/2" x 5" and tape it to the side on the opposite of the window.  I used Very Vanilla
Step 14
Slide your colored image through the slot between the top and bottom panels. You will have your window on the right, and the panel that will hide your colored image on the left. Push your image out as far it will go. The tabs we made in Step 9 will prevent it from coming out completely.

Take your window sheet image and lay it on top. Line it up exactly and add a thin strip of tape on the top to keep them together.

Step 15 
To make sure the cardstock and window sheet images are secure, punch out a piece of coordinating colored cardstock with your circle punch, fold in half and adhere over both pieces.

Step 16
Push sliding images all the way in, fold window panel over and adhere.  I used 2-way glue on the fold then add sticky strip to the  back and adhere to your 5-1/2” x 4-1/4” piece of cardstock (Chocolate Chip)

Step 17
Finish your card!

Micky Seerveld
Stampin' Up!, Walworth, WI