Again, this card is from Pop-Up Cards by Mari Kumada. It is from the end of the book: Amazing Card 1: Cards that slide left and right: Penguin on an Ice Floe
I cut the circle tab and penguin on my silhouette, and possibly the ice floe (though I may have done that by hand). I remember getting the penguin on the folded paper attached to the slider was challenging - not because it was hard, but because I wasn't sure if I wanted the penguin high on the tab or low. I believe I did that twice as I wasn't keen on the first placement.
I seem to remember that the penguin is on a black folded tab, attached to the pull paper. The pull tab is just folded paper with a circle on one end. The slit in the ice floe was cut with a craft knife.
Anyway, here's the card. Unlike the ballerina from yesterday, this is a technique you'd be able to apply to numerous designs (a mouse up a clock, a cat chasing something, a rocket ship blasting off, a train moving).
This is a great card style for slightly older kids (ones who can use the pull tab without ripping the card).