Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Gingerbread Town

 Howdy my crafty peeps!

Just stopping by to share my card as a guest designer for this month's Designers Challenge. This month, we were challenged with using the Mini Pops Die for a card of any theme.

For my card, I went with a gingerbread theme in a slim line card. Here is the front of my card. I have used the newly re-released Holiday House Pop Up die. I have also used houses from the House Pivot card die, Trees from the Tree Pivot, and charm from the Winter Charms die set. The back ground is using the Long Rectangles Crosshatch and the Long Natures Edges. The gingerbread details were added using a white gelly roll pen. 



Here is the inside of the card. I have continued my gingerbread village theme. I have used the house from the House & Fence Pop Up die and placed it on the Mini Pops Pop Up die set. I have also used the angled arms to add movement to some of the trees. I have also add the Merry Christmas from the Merry Christmas die. More details have been added from the House Pivot Panels and Evergreen Pivot Panels die sets.




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Saturday, October 19, 2019

Karen Burniston/ Pear Blossom blog hop


Hello my crafty peeps! 

Thank you so much for hopping along with us on the Karen Burniston and Pear Blossom Press Collaboration Hop! Be sure to comment along the way to be entered to win one of two great prizes:

Snowman Twist Circle Die Set with a 5-pack of EZ-Lights, or
Cake Pop-Up Die Set with a 5-pack of EZ-Lights!

Now don’t worry if you aren’t drawn as one of the winners; we’ve got a special gift for everyone! Just enter the code POPANDLIGHT for 15% off your purchase at karenburniston.com or pearblossompress.com. One code works for both shops! (Coupon code valid until November 2, 2019.
Prizes & Official Contest Rules
Two prizes will be awarded to two separate winners, chosen at random, from comments left on participating blogs and videos. No purchase necessary. Comments must be posted by 11:59 pm PDT on October 26, 2019. Only one comment per blog or video will be counted, but you can comment on multiple blogs and videos in the hop for additional entries. (This is to prevent spam.) Contest open internationally to participants over 18 years of age. Void where prohibited by law. Any personal information collected will only be used for the purposes of contacting winners, your information will never be shared or sold. Comments left on YouTube videos must not violate community guidelinesThis contest is not sponsored by YouTube. Winners will be announced on November 28, 2019 here and prizes must be claimed within thirty days of announcement, or new winners will be drawn.  And now for the card that I made for the hop. 


Here is the front of the card. 



Inside, I have used the Rocket Pop-Up 



Here you can see the card with the light pushed 



I have turned the lights off so you can better see the glow of the lights.  



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Thanks for stopping by!  Make sure to check out the other creations made for this hop.

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Blast off!

Howdy my crafty peeps!

Just stopping by to share my card for this month's Designers Challenge. This month, we were challenged with using the Train Pivot Panels or the Rocket Pop-up for a card of any theme.

For my card, I went with an outer space theme. Here is the front of my card. I have used the "crater" piece from the Rocket Pop-Up to create the planet that my alien is blasting off from. I love the stencil feature in the die to help create the craters. I used Hickory Smoke and Black Soot Distress Inks on grey cardstock. The spaceship and alien are from the Space Charms die set.



Here is the inside of the card. I have added the Enjoy the Ride die set and you can see the rocket pops up into the air taking flight.


Here is a close up of the rocket. I have used 3 flames to create the flame burst out of the end of the rocket. The flames were cut with yellow cardstock and inked with Wild Honey and Barn Door Distress Inks.


Here you can see the card closes flat for mailing.


Thanks for stopping by! 

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Sunday, September 1, 2019

Shoeper Awesome!

Howdy my crafty peeps! Just stopping by to share a crafty boy card!

For this card, I used the Triple Flip Die set creating a single flip panel. Here is the front of the card. I have created the sentiment using the Alphabet die set.


Here is the panel opened up to revel the sentiment. 



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Thursday, August 22, 2019

Choo Choo

Howdy my crafty peeps! 

Just stopping by to share a little crafty inspiration. We all know that boy cards can be a bit challenging, however, using the new Train Pivot Panel die from Karen Burniston is the solution.

Here is the front of my card. I have used the Train from the Train Pivot Panel die along with elements from the Train Elements die sets.



Here is the inside of the card. I have added use the Train Pivot Panel die with the Twist Panel Pop up die set. The clouds/smoke were made using the Outdoor Scene die set. I have continued theme from the front of the card. I have also added the Happy Birthday and the panel pieces using the Rectangles - Crosshatch die sets.



Thanks for stopping by!!


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Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Merry Cocktails

Howdy my crafty peeps!I am just stopping by to share a card using the new Triple Flip  and the Happy Hour Charms die sets 

 Here is the the front of the card. I was definitely inspired by the background paper for this card. I decided t0 use the Coffee Charms die set as well. (I was thinking a nice cup of joe with some Baileys). I have also added in a border from the Border Blends - Party die set.



Here is the card with the flipped open, continuing the cocktail theme.




Here is the inside of the card. I have added the Cheers sentiment and another cocktail to round out the theme.



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Gingerbread Town

 Howdy my crafty peeps! Just stopping by to share my card as a guest designer for this month's Designers Challenge. This month, we were ...