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Pop it Ups Wednesday with Sandy – Happy Birthday to You

June 7, 2017

It’s Sandy here with a Pop it Ups card celebrating my Dad’s 93rd birthday. I’m so fortunate to have both of my parents with me.  They are in their 90’s and living independently near me.  I have many birthdays on my May calendar but none more important than my Dad’s.  I made this card for him and I’m sure he will get a little chuckle out of it.

 

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Pop it Ups Wednesday With Raquel – Masculine Card

May 24, 2017
Pop It Ups Wednesday With Raquel - Masculine Card

Hello my crafty friends! It’s Raquel Mason here today with a masculine card to share with you.  In general, I think many of us would agree that it’s trickier to create a masculine card than a feminine card.  My Dad loves chocolate so I thought the Cake Pop Up would make a perfect card for him.

I would like to show you how I made this easy Father’s Day card – or for added versatility, simply change the sentiment to suit your needs.  Let’s get started!

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Pop It Ups Wednesday With Raquel – Seamless Backing Heart Pivot Card

April 26, 2017
Seamless Backing Heart Pivot by Raquel Mason

Hello my crafty friends! It’s Raquel Mason here today to share a technique from Karen Burniston called Seamless Backing.  This technique is perfect for adding pattern paper to any pivot die.  I love pivot cards because the front is also the inside when you open the card!  Let me show you how I made this special Mother’s Day card.  Remember that you can change the sentiment to suit your needs as the Heart Pivot is perfect for many occasions.

 

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Pop it Ups Wednesday with Frances – Steampunk Birthday

April 12, 2017

Hi everyone,

It’s Frances here, and it’s my turn to post a tutorial today for Pop it Ups Wednesday. This time around I decided to pull out my steampunk themed dies and stamps, combined with the Oval Pull Card and Jinks the Monkey, to create a birthday card. I have to admit that steampunk is a little out of my comfort zone, but it can be fun to play with something in ways that aren’t what I normally do. 

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