Friday, October 02, 2009

Apple Cider Slider Card (revisited)

Hi Guys!!

I uploaded this video last year but thought this would be the perfect time to replay it for you all. Hope you like it!!!




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61 comments:

  1. scrapin grma10/02/2009 3:43 PM

    Hi Robyn, Very very cute Thanks for sharing love all your video's.

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  2. Hi Robyn - I am a relatively new follower so this video is new to me - thanks for re-posting it. I love it and now I want to make some - I guess your work is done :-)

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  3. Very cute Robyn, hope you have a SUPER fun time in Disney World... still wondering what kind of glitter paper you used... can't remember now what you used it on, I e-mailed and asked you and now I forget..:-(

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  4. Robin (with an "I"10/02/2009 4:32 PM

    I keep thinking I have watched ALL your videos...How did I miss this one? Thank you for showing it again. I love this idea!!

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  5. Thanks for revisiting this video, Robyn. I haven't seen this video and the card is super cute!

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  6. What a cute and easy idea...I think it will make some nice Fall treats for the teachers next week!

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  7. thanks for the great video, i have wanted to know how to make those for quite awhile now, awesome job and way cute!

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  8. Robyn

    Great to revisit an old video. Thanks for posting it again.


    Marilyn C.
    Oakland TN

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  9. I must've missed this the first time, some how. Thanks for reposting! I LOVE it!

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  10. what a cute idea. that would also be a cute gift for christmas with a hot choclate or apple cider packet. thanks for the inspiration!

    mara

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  11. Robyn I love watching your videos.

    Saw on your little facebook thingy on the side that you do NOT have a stress fracture - YES. Can you share a little bit about what other exercises you are doing - cause you look terrific.

    bettyshipe@hotmail.com

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  12. This is one of my favorite projects thanks for reminding me I will have to make some of these!

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  13. I love this project, just adjust the size and it works great with a flat chocolate bar too, like a Hershey bar.
    Thanks!

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  14. Thanks for sharing Robyn! I love how quick and easy it is!!
    Cassandra

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  15. What a cute idea. If I survive my boys' birthday party tomorrow (10 6 and 7 year olds) I will have to try it. Thanks for sharing it again as I missed it the first time around. Chris

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  16. So cute Robyn. What a cute idea!
    dee
    deelepage@hotmail.com

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  17. Super cute idea, I swear I thought I've been following your blog for over a year and I didn't ever see this one. Do you have different videos somewhere in an archive section? Love all you do,
    Sheri :)

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  18. That is too stinkin' cute!!!

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  19. Love that you 'bumped' this one!! I plan on doing these with popcorn for our Thanksgiving Feast at school ( we don't do halloween in Christian school...lol)
    & for Christmas I am doing cocoa packs!

    :D Thanks!

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  20. Fairly new to your site. This will work really well for small holiday gifts for my department. Always looking for new ideas.

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  21. How cute!! You did it again, Robyn. Anna

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  22. Hi Robyn,
    That card is so cute and so easy and quick. I usually give my nephew a check for Christmas and that is how I'm going to present it this year. Thanks for the great idea. Have a great time at WDW. We're heading there in Nov.
    Patti

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  23. Hi Robyn
    I always look forward to checking my email in the mornings and finding your wonderful videos.

    This is such a cute idea! Thanks so much for demonstrating it.

    Marjorie from TX

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  24. thanks for a new super simple idea. it could be used in so many ways. love it!

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  25. Great idea. I didn't see it the first time as I am kinda new to your fantastic web page. Thanks for revisiting this great idea!

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  26. Funny...I just taught a class on making these at a RS activity Thurs night! I got the idea from last years video. Everyone loved it! You are awesome!

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  27. What a great Idea!!!! I think I will scrap-lift it for cute Christmas cards For my Son's 2nd grade class.

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  28. boy, was that cute! never thought i'd consider a non-scrapbook project, but i'm feeling pretty sold on that one.

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  29. Hi Robyn,

    I bought some Papertrey Ink paper and inks as well as the Expression because of you!! Papertrey has the best quality of products I've ever seen. Thank you for finding/testing all of the great products and sharing with us.

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  30. This is so great, like you said, it can be used for so many different cards! Thank you so much!

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  31. Thank you for posting. Being a newbie I have not seen this, love it...
    jman4@comcast.net

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  32. What a fun, cute project! I love it! I hope you have fun in Disney World...I think that's where you said you were going. Feel better!
    Pam

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  33. Hi Robyn,

    I had not seen this video and just love the idea -- so simple yet so darn clever! Even my husband watched and thought it was clever. Thanks for posting it again.

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  34. I love this idea! It's really verstatile! I can see using this basic setup for birthdays, holidays, party favors, etc.

    This specific one is just adorable!! I love pumpkins!

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  35. Teresa Kaufhold10/03/2009 3:41 PM

    Oh how cute!
    I am so glad you reposted that! I had never watched this video and it is such a wonderful idea! Thank you for sharing so much with us!

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  36. Robyn I made these after seeing your video last year and they were a hit. Thanks for sharing again!

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  37. I remember this from last year! Thanks for the reminder!!

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  38. Hi Robyn

    Saw it the first time around, but fun to watch it again, thanks for re-posting it!

    Rosalie, CA

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  39. I really miss the songs in your video's as well as you stamping!!! Great video.

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  40. Hey Robyn,

    I just wanted to tell you I noticed how much your fingers have changed in one year =) YOU GO GIRL!!!!!!

    thanks for sharing,
    Sarah

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  41. So cute! Great idea for little party favors!

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  42. Super cute!! Thanks for sharing, i soo look forward to your videos, they really brighten up my day when things aren't going quite right!! : )

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  43. Great idea!! I can see using this for soups and Hot chocolate also. I have done a candy bar slide that was similar. Keep the great projects coming.

    Kathy

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  44. Hello my name is Gloria Polite. I really enjoy watching your videos. Thanks alot for sharing, you inspire me and I love your spirit. At this particle time I'm recovering from surgery, please Keep them coming you make my long days fun. Have a wonderful trip to Disney. May God grant you traveling grace to and from.
    Gloria Polite
    jbpolite2@comcast.net

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  45. i love your videos. thank you so much for your ideas. i saw you repost this a few days ago and just checked in to see if anything new was up and you've birthed a brain child. cocoa mugs for christmas presents, etching and all. just what i needed for the guys in my family.

    thank you again,
    cissy
    tigger24601@hotmail.com

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  46. I love this idea! I don't think I've seen a single video by you that hasn't inspired me though! I think I may do this for Halloween with Hershey bars for my team at work. Thank you for all of the time and sweat that you put into keeping us all so inspired. Not only with your crafting, but with your family, your weightloss, your marathon, etc. Your family has a lot to be proud of!

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  47. What a great idea if you want to give a little something for halloween and not candy!!!

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  48. awesome i'm going to try it thsnk for sharing

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  49. love it Robyn. Great to send some to grandkids in FL. rather than candy !!! thnx again, Mary M

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  50. Love this idea. So glad you shared it. I will have to try this some time.

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  51. Joy Burk... in PA10/05/2009 4:37 PM

    Such a cute idea! I can't wait to do this with hot chocolate!

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  52. So cute thanks for showing us how to do that. I think I will do some for Halloween with pop rocks.

    Thanks again,

    Sandra Konrad

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  53. This is so cute. Love it!

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  54. I think that I am going to make these for little candy bars( snack size) . I am a teachers aid now and have 40 kids in my class! Thanks I will have to get on this one.Jen Hickman

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  55. i LOVE these!! I am making them for thank yous for people walking in the walk with me

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  56. Love your videos and all your creations.

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  57. Really like this cute apple cider holder! Thanks for showing it again. I don't have a Cricut so I love it when you show other things that aren't done with the Cricut.

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  58. This is such a great idea. It will be a quick, easy and inexpensive way to give something thoughtful to my co-workers.

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  59. Hi Robyn, I FINALLY made a slider card. Thanks for the how-to videos!

    http://auds-n-ends.blogspot.com/2011/02/happy-valentines-day.html

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