Hello crafty friends, it’s Summer Hills-Painter here.
Today I want to share with you an easy Mother’s Day card using the Flower Pot Pop Stand die. Let me show you how I made it.
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.
Hello my crafty friends! It’s Raquel Mason here today to share a fun way to use your Pop it Ups dies. You can inlay your die cuts for a different look or use a journaling pen to add details. Let me show you how I made this card, perfect for any graduate or to say bon voyage.
Hi all! It’s Shelly Hickox with you today, sharing a fun alternative way to use your Pop it Ups Iron Fence Die. I’m always a huge fan of finding new ways to use my favorite dies, and when I saw the cool pop-up Double Z-Fold cards that have been popular lately, I thought the Iron Fence would be perfect to adapt for this fold.
Magical, right?! What I love is that it will fold completely flat for mailing, and shouldn’t require any extra postage. You can go crazy with the fussy-cut embellishments like I’ve done here, or keep it simple. Read on to see how to make one of your own.
Hello my crafty friends! It’s Raquel Mason here today to share a spring card using the Iron Fence Pop Up. It’s so easy to change the style of the Iron Fence just by using spring colors. Let me show you how I made this card.
It’s Frances Byrne here with today’s Pop it Ups Wednesday tutorial. I have been having fun lately creating Z-fold cards using the Pop It Ups Pivot Card dies. Seeing that Valentine’s Day is just under a week away I thought it might be fun to create a Valentine card using the Heart Pivot Card die set.