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!
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.
Karen Aicken here and I’m happy to be the Guest Designer for today’s blog post. I’m sharing a birthday card made with one of Krista Schneider’s new line of stamps/dies and a coordinating Bonbon box. Since I’m a visual learner, there are lots of photos in this post.
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.
Hi my friends and welcome, it’s Sandy Diller here to share a pivot card with you today. June is a traditional month for weddings, so that’s what I’ve made this time. Weddings evoke thoughts of love & hearts so I’ve used Karen Burniston’s Heart Pivot Card and Els Van de Burgt’s Dotted Scallop Rectangles along with a few other lovelies from the new release to create this card.