Monday, August 22, 2016

Girly or Ghouly Challenge

Hey there my crafty peeps!  It is time for part 2 of the Karen Burniston Designers challenge. This time the challenge was set by Shelly Hickox to make a card either Girly or Ghouly. We had to think pretty, shabby, feminine or French, OR think creepy, crawly, spooky or eerie.

For my card, went pretty and feminine using the Flower Pot Pop Stand die. I totally love this die!!!!

For the outside of the card I used the Labels and Circles dies set along with the decorator dies from the Anita Frames Pop Up.  The stamps is from the new Occasions Clear Stamp set. The flowers are a combination of the flower dies included in the Flower Pot Pop Stand die and the flowers included in the Props 7 die set.


On the inside I have added a trellis from the Bamboo Trellis die and lots of flowers from the flower dies included in the Flower Pot Pop Stand die, the flowers included in the Props 7 die set, and leaves from the Curvy Leaves die set. I have also added the butterflies included in the Flower Pot Pop Stand dies set as well. I have used glitter dots and lines to decorate the pieces as well.



Here is a look from above. The lattice on the inside of the pot allows enough space for lots of pretty flowers. I have also added another set of labels for a sentiment. 


Here is the best part of this die, it folds down flat for mailing. How totally cool is that!?!




Be sure to check out the other designers and see what they came up with for this challenge. 

 

 




thanks for stopping by! 


Sunday, August 21, 2016

Cups O' Gratitude



Hello my crafty friends!

Today I am sharing a card using the Twist Circle Pop Up die, now available for purchase here:



I kept the front pretty simple using the circles included in the die set. I have added glitter dots and glitter lines also avail from Elizabeth Craft Designs as well. 






On the inside, I decided to animate stacked cups from the Cup Pop Stand die. I love how versatile the Twist Circle die is. You can animate anything that you want inside the your card. The edge is stenciled with the Coffee  Stage It Stencil from the Pop It Ups line as well.



Here is a video by Karen Burniston, the designer of Pop It Ups dies, showing just how easy it is to use the Twist Circle Pop Up Die.


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Thank you for stopping by today!!!

Monday, August 8, 2016

Flower or Flour Challenge

Hello my crafty friends!
 It is time for the 1st Designers Challenge of the month. For this challenge, Karen has chosen: 
"Flower or Flour" - Make a card with flowers OR make a card with a baking/cooking theme - you decide!

For my card, I went with Flower. On the front of the card I used the accessory dies from the Anita Frames Pop Up. I also added flowers from the Flower Pot Pop Stand die.


On the inside, you can see the flower pot pop into action




Here is a close up of the flowers.


Want to learn how to make it? Check out Karen's video here




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Thanks for stopping by!!!!  Don't forget to check out the projects of the other designers. 

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

A Spooky Scene

Hello my crafty friends!

  I am sharing with you a sneak peek into some new dies being released in the Pop It Ups line at Elizabeth Craft Designs.


For the front if the card I used the new Bats stencil to ink in my bats. For the tombstone, I created a stencil from the new Halloween Scene die set.  The sentiment has been cut out using the decorator dies from the Anita Frames Pop Up die.




Inside my the card I used the the Halloween Scene dies again along with the new Iron Fence Pop Up die. The sentiment is from the Halloween clear stamp set. It has been die cut using the Labels & Circles die. 



Here is another view inside the card. You can see how the iron gate pops up when the card is opened. 



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Monday, July 25, 2016

Stretch it Oout

Hello my crafty friends! 


It is time for  our second Pop It Ups Designer Challenge for the month of July. The second challenge for the month is issued by a Designers Challenge team member. This month the challenge has been issued by Kelly Booth. 

And the challenge is .....

"Stretch it out!" - use any of the Accordion dies for a project of any theme.


Here is the card that I made for the challenge. I have used the Oval Accordion Card die featuring Jinks the Monkey. Jinks is hanging from a branch from the All Season's Tree.  I have added decoration to the pages with the Bananas Embossing Folder and Oval Dots Frame Edges. The sentiments are from the Cheeky Monkey clear stamp set. 






Make sure you stop by and check out the projects from the other designers today. Do not forget to check out Karen's blog tomorrow to see her project for the challenge.



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Thank you for stopping by!!!!

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Thanks a Latte!

Hello my crafty friends!

 Today I am sharing a card using the Gift Card Accordion die from the Pop It Ups line at Elizabeth Craft Designs

With the card closed, you can see Lucky The Rabbit holding a coffee cup. The cup was made by trimming the pot accessory from Honey The Bear. 


When the card is open, you can see the slot for a gift card. Such a fun way to give a gift card.



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Monday, July 11, 2016

Up Up and Away

It is time for another Designer's Challenge for Karen Burniston's Pop It Ups. Starting this month and going forward, we will have two challenges a month. The 2nd Tuesday of the month is a theme picked by Karen and the 4th  Tuesday is a theme picked by one of the Designers Challenge team members. The theme for first July is "Up".  We are free to interpret the theme however we choose with cards featuring the sky.

For my card, I was inspired by the movie UP. I created a sky background using my Distress Inks. I used balloon from the Spiral Circle Pull Card. The card is long and fits in a standard letter envelope.






I love the Hanging Charm Pull Card. I elongated the pull mechanism making it possible to have a double pull Card.




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