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 here today to share a grungy masculine card that is perfect for any man in your life. I’ve started with one of my favorite dies from Karen Burniston – the Oval Pull Card – then incorporated more of my favorite dies, stamps, and stencils to create a steampunk birthday card.
When the card is in the closed position, it hints at what is hidden inside, but the real magic happens when the recipient pulls it open!
Hello! It’s Suzanne here today to share a simple layered card. This patterned paper has been beckoning me for weeks. Once again it called softly as I caught a glimpse of it. Finally, I said, it’s your turn! It leapt out of the packaging and practically assembled itself.
If I can make a card with an unspoken or simple message then I’m usually pretty happy. The balloon breaking free could represent any number of life changes…. It could be significant for someone leaving someplace or someone, or starting a new phase of life. What about a graduation? You don’t want them to forget you! What does it represent to you?
Here is how this card made itself!
Hi! It’s Fran from Karen Burniston’s Design Team and it’s time for another Pop It Up Wednesday! Today I’m sharing a Pop It Up Hot Air Balloon card.
Hi It’s Kelly Booth
One of my very favorite things to do with cardstock that has a white core (White on one side and colored on the other) such as the New colored Soft Finish Cardstock, is to emboss it and then lightly sand the surface. I am just loving all the fun colors of the Soft Finish Cardstock so thought I would play with this favorite technique of mine.
Here is the front of the card with fun colors and Happy Balloons!
And the inside with more of the embossed and sanded cardstock around the Happy Birthday Pop Up:
Hello! Summer Hills-Painter here today with a shaker card project. In the new CHA collections, Karen Burniston released a hot air balloon die and I just knew this would be perfect for a shaker card. This project would be great for students going off to college, a coworker who is moving to a new company or position, and many other life events.
Here is how to make the card: