cards · Christmas · copics · Die Piecing · Foiling · Spellbinders dies · Winter

Spellbinders Blooming Tree Glimmer Hot Foil Plate and Die Set Card…

Hi everyone!  I’m feeling festive on this second Friday of August already!  This is such a pretty hot foil plate set! Easy and fast to add some touches of color too!

I used the Plaid Tidings Background Glimmer Hot Foil Plate on the top layer.  While I was deciding what I was going to do for this card, I also just embossed this plate through my machine… it worked great!

After I foiled the Plaid, I die cut one of the Essential Arches Dies in the panel.  I used mounting tape to raise it up on the cardbase.

I hot foiled a sentiment from the Christmas Magic Glimmer Hot Foil Plate set.  I haven’t tried embossing these yet but I want to.  I hope it works!

The smallest die in the Precision Layering Mini Slimline B die set works perfect for cutting out these sentiments! YAY!

A2 size card…one more for the stash!

That’s all there is to it!  Holler if you have any questions!  Have a wonderful weekend!

Here’s what I used to make this card…

Spellbinders – Glimmer Greetings…
[ SBC | SSS | SPL ]
Spellbinders – Tinsel Time Collection…
[ SBC | SPL ]
Spellbinders – Glimmer Greetings…
[ SBC | SSS | SPL ]
Spellbinders – Glimmer Greetings…
[ SBC | SSS | SPL ]
Spellbinders – Precision Layering…
[ SBC | SSS | SPL ]
copic sketch markers at Simon Says…
[ SSS | TE | BLIC ]
Glimmer Hot Foil System | Spell…
[ SPL | SSS ]
Spellbinders – Platinum 6 Machine Die…
[ SBC | SPL | SSS ]
Spellbinders – Glimmer Hot Foil -…
[ SBC | SPL ]
Spellbinders – Glimmer Hot Foil -…
[ SBC | SPL ]
Scrapbook Adhesives Crafty Foam Tape…
[ STR ]
Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue
[ STR | SBC | SSS ]

cards · Christmas · Die Piecing · Spellbinders dies · Winter

Spellbinders Ice Skate Christmas Wishes Card…

Hello! Sharing some icy Christmas wishes today!  I know, I know… I don’t wanna think about that yet either!  It’s cooled off a little here but still…humidity means the corn is growing or drying out I guess. 

I loved ice skating when I was growing up.  There was a park in the city that closed a street for sledding and made a pond for ice skating.  My dad would take us a lot during the Winter…so fun!  

I die cut the NEW Ice Skate Etched die from Spellbinders in white cardstock two times.  In a woodgrain pattern paper for the sole and in silver cardstock for the blades. 

I have a bunch of ¼ in. grosgrain ribbon but none in white. boo.  I used the tan and tried not to sweat it! lol 

I used one of the branches from the NEW Winter Evergreen Foliage die set, die cut it 4 times, added some white acrylic molding paste and Memory Box Fairy Sugar Dewdrop liquid glitter glue on the tips of the branches.

Christmas Wishes is from the New Mix and Match Holiday Greetings die set.  I cut it in gold glitter cardstock and white cardstock, glued them together for a little more thickness, then glued directly to the cardbase.

I used the Kaleidoscope Snowflake set again for the three snowflakes. (I used them on the Winter Mailbox a couple posts back)

Almost done but missing that pop of red so I had to cut some ornament balls from the NEW More Holiday Decorations die set. Then I was happy and glued my 5×7 panel to an A7 size white cardbase.  

Die cutting and gluing again! I need to stamp something! lol

Linking to some Challenges…

The Holly and Ivy Christmas Challenge – anything Christmas goes 

Craftyhazelnut’s Christmas Challenge – anything Christmas goes

Merry Little Christmas challenge – anything Christmas goes

The 12 Months of Christmas Link Up – Anything Goes Christmas

thank you for visiting my blog!  I hope you’re inspired to make some Christmas cards and share!

Dies and Supplies I used to make this card…

Spellbinders – Winter Garden…
[ SBC | SSS | SPL ]
Spellbinders – Winter Garden…
[ SBC | SSS | SPL ]
Spellbinders – Celebrate The Season…
[ SBC | SSS | SPL ]
Spellbinders – Celebrate The Season…
[ SBC | SSS | SPL ]
Kaleidoscope Snowflake | Small Die of…
[ SPL ]
Liquitex Basics Medium – Modeling…
[ BLIC ]
Birch Press Design > Glitter Glue >…
[ BRC ]
American Crafts Glitter Cardstock – Gold
[ STR | SBC ]
Spellbinders – Platinum 6 – Die…
[ SBC | SSS | SPL ]

birch press design · cards · CAS · Christmas · Die Piecing · Memory Box · Winter

Birch Press Design Herbarium Plate and Adornment Dove Card…


I’m back!  I didn’t put the glitter cardstock pads away! 

Another die cut and glue fast and easy card you could mass produce! 

Using the NEW Birch Press Design Herbarium plate Layer A and NEW Adornment Dove dies!

I die cut layer A in the blue green and green.  I had to shim the blue green layer with a folded piece of copy paper to completely cut it (the glitter cardstock is thick) so I knew when I ran the green piece through, it wouldn’t completely cut out the design.  When you layer the green under the blue green it really adds to the depth if it has the design partially cut into it.  I should’ve taken a picture!  I hope that makes sense! 

I added two strips of 2 inch scor-tape on the back of the green layer to make sure all the pieces stayed in it and then I just used that to adhere it to a white A2 cardbase.

I glued the blue green layer over the green layer with Tombow Mono Multi liquid glue.

I die cut the solid backer Adornment Dove die in the champagne-ish color glitter cardstock and the outline Adornment Dove in white glitter cardstock.  

I LOVE that there’s a backer die for this dove!


Die cut the berries with scraps of red glitter cardstock… there are only three sets of berries, so easy to glue in if you put small pieces scro-tape on the back of the blue green layer before adhering it to the green layer. 

Die cut the Peace Honey Script die from red and white glitter cardstock and glue it on.  I used small pieces of mounting tape on the leg of the ‘p’ and behind the ‘c’.

Easy! yay!  Another card done…almost… I didn’t stamp the inside yet!  I’ll be sorry later! haha

Thank you for stopping by to see this.  It’s so pretty IRL.  I wish I was a professional photographer that could capture the true glitter and sparkly of this cardstock! 

I’m thinking this dove could be made into an ornament and even layered on a gift loosely with a tag!  So pretty!

Challenges…

Jingle Belles Rock – Blue Christmas

My Time To Craft Christmas – Winter Holiday Decorations for Christmas cards

Beyond the Blue – glitter and sequins

 

ok – talk to you again soon!

Supplies and Dies I used on this card…

Birch Press Design – 57458 Herbarium…
[ STR | SSS ]
Birch Press Design – 57479 Adornment…
[ STR | SSS ]
Birch Press Design PEACE HONEY SCRIPT…
[ SSS ]
Memory Box – GP1006 Festive Glitter Pad
[ STR | SSS ]
Sizzix – White and Gray – Big Shot…
[ SBC ]
Sizzix – Big Shot Accessory – Tool…
[ SBC ]

 

birch press design · cards · CAS · Christmas · Die Piecing · Memory Box · Ornament · Winter

Birch Press Design Christmas Ornament Pop Up Easel Card…

Hi everyone! Welcome to my attempt to show how glittery amazing this glitter cardstock from Memory Box is and how fun to use it with this new BPD release!  I’m sitting here looking at the real card wishing I could just show it to you IRL because it is so sparkly and pretty!!!

This was a fast card to make…all die cutting and so easy with a pad of 6×6 glitter cardstock!

Here it is from the side.  I die cut a white cardstock base with the easel die in the set, then I die cut from the glitter paper and glued it to the white card die cut.  Because of the 6 x 6 size of the glitter cardstock, I had to make it in two pieces.  It worked fine, you really can’t tell it. 

I’m going to say it again… it was so easy to make! lol  Cut and glue!  This would be a great card for a class or a cardmaker get together!

I stamped and heat embossed a sentiment from the BPD Christmas Ornament and Labels stamp and die set but I couldn’t decide if I wanted on the card for the pictures!  So it’s laying off to the side.  I will glue it on when I send it.

So pretty too… just glam it up!

It could easy be made into an ornament to hang on the tree or a gift tag!

It folds up so nice and will easily fit in an A2 envelope and mail for one postage stamp.

I added a Memory Box Christmas Fairy Drop in red on the bow.  Boom!  Done!  Taking pictures, trying to capture glitter cardstock took longer! 

***Bonus – None of this glitter comes off!!!  Thank you Memory Box! lol

Thank you for visiting today!  

 

 

 

Here’s what I used to make this card…

Birch Press Design – 57455 Christmas…
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box – GP1006 Festive Glitter Pad
[ STR | SSS ]
Birch Press Design – 8154 Christmas…
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box – Christmas Fairy Dewdrops
[ STR | SSS ]
Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue
[ STR | SBC | SSS ]
Sizzix – White and Gray – Big Shot…
[ SBC ]

cards · Christmas · Die Piecing · Ornament · Slimline · Spellbinders dies · Stitching · Winter

Stitched Ornament Merry and Bright Slimline Card…

Hi everyone!  It’s been some time since I used wool felt so I found my box and set to work die cutting and stitching up this new die from Spellbinders Stitched Christmas release.

I meant to make it as an ornament to hang on the tree but once again I forgot the plan and glued it to a card! lol

The pretty branches are part of the die set.

I used Knit Crosheen thread to for my stitching.  Taylored Expressions Tiffany and Avocado wool felt.

I used Tombow Mono Multi liquid glue to adhere the top and bottom avocado felt pieces.

My slimline card size is 3 ⅜ in x 8 ⅜ in.

I used Spellbinders new Mix and Match Holiday Greetings die set for the sentiment. I love this font!  There’s 18 word dies in the set!

Here’s a close up of just the ornament…so pretty!

I wish I could show you this one in person! It’s definitely a card to give to someone that will keep it and get it out for display each Christmas season. 

The tiny pearls are from starlitstudio. 

Linking to some Challenges…

The Holly and Ivy Christmas Challenge – anything Christmas goes 

Craftyhazelnut’s Christmas Challenge – anything Christmas goes

Merry Little Christmas challenge – anything Christmas goes

Sweet Stampers Challenge – Christmas in July

The 12 Months of Christmas Link Up – Anything Goes Christmas

Thank you so much for stopping by! Countdown to Christmas is on!  EEK!  

Links below for what I used to make this card…

 

 

 

Spellbinders Buy One Get One offer good through August 7!

Spellbinders – Celebrate The Season…
[ SBC | SSS | SPL ]
Spellbinders – Stitchmas Christmas…
[ SBC | SSS | SPL ]
100% Wool Felt – Blues & Purples
[ TE ]
100% Wool Felt – Yellows & Greens
[ TE ]
Pearl Embellishments – 2mm, 3mm and…
[ STR ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe – Spearmint Stick
[ STR ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe – Robin’s Egg
[ STR ]
Crystal Katana Black Edition |…
[ SPL ]
Spellbinders – Tool N One – Rose Gold
[ SBC | SSS | SPL ]
Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue
[ STR | SBC | SSS ]
Platinum 6 Die Cutting and Embossing…
[ SPL ]

 

cards · Christmas · Die Embossing · Die Piecing · Distress Ink coloring · Memory Box · Oxide Inks · Techniques · Wreath Building

Merry Christmas in July, Holly Wreath Card and Tutorial

Salutations of the season to all!  And just like that, it’s the end of July!  Let’s get a head start on Christmas cards! 

My card today is from the NEW Birch Press Design Festive Floral release!

I’m using the NEW Holly Wreath Plate die set. Keep reading for a tutorial how I made the wreath without layering!  First the finished card pictures…

 

Close up showing the NEW Handwritten Merry Christmas and Outline die set… so beautiful! I love how he included the dot of the ‘i’ onto the ‘t’!  No gluing tiny dots this time!  (well except on the wreath hohoho)

A shot from the side…

Sentiment from Birch Press Design Kind Hearts clear stamp set. (gorgeous sentiments in this one)

Here’s how I made this card in pictures…hope it works!  Let me know what you think!  Was it worth it?

I started by die cutting Layer C in Hammermill 100# Color Copy Cover cardstock.  Keep both pieces.

Now, using Layer A (the plate with all the detail), lay the plain wreath you die cut with Layer C into layer A die, right side into the die.

Next we are going to emboss the plain wreath die cut by running it through the die cut machine. From the bottom up you’ll need the standard platform, clear cutting plate, tan (squishy) mat, die cut in the die with cutting blades facing into the mat and on top a clear cutting plate.

(If you have the older multi purpose platform, use it like you would a regular embossing folder. Fold the top layer back.)

Look how cool this is… it’s embossed!

Now we’re going to ink the wreath with Distress ink.  In my picture I grabbed regular Distress ink but when I was making my card, I used Distress Oxide Rustic Wilderness.  ugh.  My regular are out in plain view and my oxide are in a drawer now. Change is hard! lol  I used my oxide brush with regular ink.  There go my eyes rolling at myself again!

Back to layer C – die cut scraps of red cardstock for the berries.

Here you see the back of the inked, embossed wreath…I placed pieces of thin mounting tape over the berry holes.  Link below… I love this mounting tape!

Then turn the wreath over and using a pickup tool of your choice add the berries to the holes and they will stick in place!  Easy!

Ink scraps of white cardstock with Rustic Wilderness Distress ink, cut into pieces to lay over the holly leaves on layer A and run it through the machine.

Turn wreath back over and line it up to layer A to match up your Holly. Then turn it right side up and glue on the Holly.

Remember it’s opposite…

No earthly idea why in this picture the green is a funky color! lol

I wanted to show that the wreath is super fun just inking the solid wreath without embossing too.  At the last minute I thought to splatter it with some white spray ink.  I didn’t go back and splatter my card though.

So I’m showing three variations using these dies differently than they were intended!  Let’s make Christmas cardmaking fun! lol

Holler if you have any questions.  I have some old videos showing how to do embossing with dies too.

Linking to some challenges…

ABC Christmas Challenge – N is for NEW,  O is for OLD (mine is new)

Addicted to Stamps and More – any occasion

Crafty Gals Corner – Christmas in July #233

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge – Anything Goes

Thank you for stopping by!

Here’s what I used to make this card…

Birch Press Design – 57478…
[ STR | SSS ]
Birch Press Design – 57450 Holly…
[ STR | SSS ]
Birch Press Design – CL8162 Kind…
[ STR | SSS ]
Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue
[ STR | SBC | SSS ]
W 023 Spellbinders WIZARD TAN…
[ SSS ]
Sizzix MULTIPURPOSE PLATFORM STANDARD…
[ SSS ]
Sizzix – White and Gray – Big Shot…
[ SBC ]
Sizzix – Big Shot Accessory – Tool…
[ SBC ]
Sizzix Cutting Pads – standard
[ STR | SBC ]
Ranger Ink – Tim Holtz – Distress…
[ SBC | SSS ]
Ranger Ink – Tim Holtz – Distress Ink…
[ SBC | SSS ]
TE Blender Brushes
[ TE ]
Ranger Ink Jet Black Archival Ink Pad
[ SBC | SSS ]
Gingham Red 3/8″
[ RSN ]
Scrapbook Adhesives Crafty Foam Tape…
[ STR ]

 

All Occasion · cards · CAS · copics · Die Piecing · Distress Ink coloring · Oxide Inks · Shopping · Simon Says Stamp · Summer

Time for a NEW release from Simon Says Stamp…. Dream Big!

Hi everyone!  Bringing you everything ‘dreamy’ with this release in Summery July!  Check it all out HERE

I received the Tropical Leaf Bunch die to play with.  It’s from Simon Says Stamp but designed by Memory Box!  I love it when I get the designs by MB!

You deserve a break but I don’t mean at Mc Donalds! lol   I’m not a beach person but I’ve probably not been at the right beach to appreciate it! 

Here I kept it very CAS (clean and simple). 

I die cut a rectangle out of copy paper so I could ink blend an area centerish on the front of my A2 size cardbase.

I blended oxide inks with my blue and brown brushes without putting on more ink because I wanted it very light.

Then I did some splattering with Prize Ribbon and Ground Espresso Distress inks and then a little white acrylic after the ink splatters were dry.

I die cut three of the Tropical Leaf Bunch, glued them together and then directly to the cardbase.

The beach chair is from last months SSS release.  I stamped it and fussy cut it by hand, colored it with Copics and glued it directly to the cardbase. Details about this set in my post HERE

Then I stamped the sentiment from the beach stamp set and added Memory Box Fairy Jewels from the Pastel set. 

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today!  Hope you enjoy the new release and here’s the 

code for $5 off through 8/15…  5BUCKS

Have a great weekend!  Do any of you have an ebike?  We’re going to go looking at them this afternoon.

ttul,

p.s. links to the new products are in bold and the SSS picture in my post!  Thank you for looking/shopping through my links!  I appreciate it!

cards · Christmas · Die Piecing · Distress Ink coloring · Mini Slim Card · Spellbinders dies · Winter

Winter Garden Release Letterbox Card…

Special Delivery!  All the fun things of the season right there!  Snail mail, snowflakes, jingle bells and snow!

I went with a Mini Slimline Card for this one.  I used Spellbinders Precision Layering Mini Slimline A and B sets to cut my layers.  I really like these dies because they are heavier and hold the rectangle shape better than the thin silver ones do. I don’t like it when I die cut layers and they’re wonky!

I tore a piece of white cardstock for the mailbox to stand in (snowdrift) and die cut it with the same layer die as the blue background size.  I used Prize Ribbon Regular Distress Ink to ink up the background this time.  I spattered on some water droplets.  I like to spray water into the palm of my left hand, then I rub both my hands together so they’re both wet, then I clap over the inked background to spatter the water drops. I let it sit a minute, then lay a paper towel over it to get the extra water.

Then I spattered on some diluted white acrylic paint.

I die cut the mailbox post from woodgrain cardstock and the mailbox from silver mirror cardstock.

I die cut the sentiment from gold glitter cardstock and white cardstock, then glued the gold on top of the white.

The jingles bells and ‘garland’ are from the NEW More Holiday Decor die set.  I love how cute the little bow is on the super cute jingle bells I die cut in silver mirror cardstock also.

I love that there’s just enough dimension to add perspective.  It’ll still mail in an envelope for one stamp.

I used the thin mounting tape, I’ll link below, behind the mailbox post and box on this card and yesterdays.

Finished size is 3 ½ in. x 6 ½ in.   So happy to have a start on Christmas cards!  I can’t believe we’re half way through July! I need to get more done!

I’ll be back soon….we have to keep making!

Here’s what I used to make this card…

Spellbinders – Winter Garden…
[ SBC | SSS | SPL ]
Spellbinders – Celebrate The Season…
[ SBC | SSS | SPL ]
Spellbinders – Celebrate The Season…
[ SBC | SSS | SPL ]
Kaleidoscope Snowflake | Small Die of…
[ SPL ]
Spellbinders – Precision Layering…
[ SBC | SSS | SPL ]
Spellbinders – Precision Layering…
[ SBC | SSS | SPL ]
Hammermill WHITE 100 LB SMOOTH…
[ SSS ]
Ranger Ink – Tim Holtz – Distress Ink…
[ SBC | SSS ]
Ranger 4oz Distress Sprayer by Tim Holtz
[ STR | SBC | SSS ]
American Crafts Glitter Cardstock – Gold
[ STR ]
Bazzill Foil Cardstock – Silver 12×12
[ STR ]
Platinum 6 Die Cutting and Embossing…
[ SPL | SSS ]
Scrapbook Adhesives Crafty Foam Tape…
[ STR ]
Scor-Tape; Scor Tape
[ STR ]
Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue
[ STR | SBC | SSS ]

All Occasion · Birthday · cards · Die Piecing · Flowers · Oxide Inks · Spellbinders dies · Summer · Thinking of You

Winter Garden Release in a Summer Way Card…

Hi everyone!  How fun is this NEW die set called Letterbox from Spellbinders Winter Garden Release!  I made it up in a Winter Scene card too but I think I’ll post it separately because I have so many pictures of this one.

I die cut everything and put them together before I adhered them to a Distress Oxide ink blended A2 size cardbase. I used Mowed Lawn and Tumbled Glass with a torn piece of copy paper to separate the sky and grass.

I used a NEW die set called Winter Evergreen Foliage behind the Be Bold flowers.

I love these sweet blooms with the mailbox!

The die cut sentiment is from the NEW Mix and Match Holiday Greetings Die set.  I die cut it twice in white cardstock, glued them together and glued them directly to the card.

I used woodgrain cardstock for the post and a matte silver metallic cardstock for the box.

I hope you like this as much as I do!  I’m anxious to show you the Winter version too!  ❤

Linking to Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge – Make your own backgound

Thank you for clicking over and holler if you have any questions!

Dies and Supplies I used to make this card…

Sale info below!

Spellbinders – Winter Garden…
[ SBC | SSS | SPL ]
Spellbinders – Celebrate The Season…
[ SBC | SSS | SPL ]
Spellbinders – Winter Garden…
[ SBC | SSS | SPL ]
S5-502 Spellbinders BE BOLD BLOOMS…
[ SSS | SBC | SPL ]
Spellbinders – Parcel and Post…
[ SBC | SSS | SPL ]
Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink Pad…
[ SSS | SBC ]
Ranger Ink Tim Holtz Tumbled Glass…
[ SBC | SSS ]
Hammermill WHITE 100 LB SMOOTH…
[ SSS ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe
[ STR ]
Simon Says Stamp Cardstock MATTE…
[ SSS ]
Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue
[ STR | SBC | SSS ]
Platinum 6 Die Cutting and Embossing…
[ SPL | SSS ]
Memory Box – SH44003 Woodgrain Paper…
[ STR | SSS ]

 

Christmas in July Sale at Scrapbook.com!  Ends July 24th… check it out!

 

 

 

All Occasion · cards · Die Piecing · Distress Ink coloring · Embossing Folders · Masculine · Memory Box · Oxide Inks · Summer · Thinking of You

Sending You Some Vitamin Sea!

Hi everyone! Check out the latest release from Memory Box, ‘June Island Vacation’!  I had fun playing with these products!

I embossed the fish with the NEW Ocean Fish 3D Embossing Folder, then I used the NEW coordinating Ocean Fish stencil set to color the fish!  It worked great!

I have no idea what colors these fish should be! lol  I used my mug of dye ink blender brushes!  I didn’t add any ink, I just used the ink that was in the brushes and used the green, blue and bluegreen brushes over yellow.  Orange and red together on the other!

The Ocean Fish Folder comes with matching dies, so I die cut the fish after coloring.

For the background piece, I used the Memory Box Underwater 3d embossing folder on white cardstock, then used my Distress Oxide blender brushes to add color.  Again, just the color that was in the brushes.  I guess I was too lazy to get out the ink pads!  Funny girl yesterday! lol

I used mounting tape to mount the fish to the background piece and added some clear Fairy Drops.

The sentiment is heat embossed from the Deep Blue Ocean clear stamp set released last year.  Awesome sentiments and images in this set.  Dies to match too!

I saw Memory Box Dave’s card on the Memory Box website using the Kelp Collage die, also from last year so I used it too!

The last thing I did was add some clear glitter pen to the fish.  I love how it makes it look like shimmery fish!

This will be a fun card to send to someone feeling under the weather.  I love vitamin C anyway… it’s a staple around this house! lol

Linking to some challenges…

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge – Make your own background

Shopping Our Stash Challenge – Blending In

Double D Challenges – Creatures In/Under the Sea

Thank you so much for stopping by!  I hope you enjoyed my card and it made you smile.

ttul!

Here’s what I used to make this card…

Memory Box OCEAN FISH 3D Embossing…
[ SSS | STR ]
Memory Box – 88623 Ocean Fish Stencil
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box – 94561 Kelp Collage craft…
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box – EF1012 Underwater 3D…
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box – CL5268D Deep Blue Ocean…
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box Clear Stamps DEEP BLUE…
[ SSS ]
Memory Box – Fairy Drops – clear…
[ STR | SSS ]
Gina K Designs SET OF 10 BLENDING…
[ SSS ]
Simon Says Stamp Blending Brush SET…
[ SSS ]
Spectrum Noir CLEAR OVERLAY Sparkle…
[ SSS ]

Birthday · cards · copics · Die Piecing · Interactive · Lawn Fawn · Summer

Lawn Fawn Platform Pop Up High Five Birthday Card…

Two more cute pop up cards!  The last two for this round of family birthdays! These critters are having a grand time celebrating!  Today is Corrin’s 12th birthday and the other is for Cedryk who will be 10 later this month.  They grow up so fast!

I die cut Happy Birthday in blue and backed it with a white die cut, then added three clouds to the back.  I love how that turned out with the balloons! (I used clouds from a couple companies)

Close up… I stamped, die cut and then colored with Copic Sketch Markers.

Our oldest daughter has a big, nice tramp and the kids have so much fun on it!  We were over there the other day and after they jumped awhile they moved to the slides!  They greased them with dish soap and soon there was a competition happening! So funny!

close up… I did different balloon colors on this one.

I used Doodlebug pattern paper for the pop up and TE cardstock for the grass.

Here’s my phone picture…shows the detail of the giant Happy Birthday better! I know I already said this but the clouds! ❤

 

Thank you for clicking over for the backyard playtime…reminds me of a meme I saw on instagram… we had some good times didn’t we! Bug bites and all!

ttul!

Here’s what I used to make this card…

Lawn Fawn – Lawn Cuts – Dies -…
[ SBC | SSS ]
Lawn Fawn – Lawn Cuts – Dies – Giant…
[ SBC | SSS ]
Doodlebug My Happy Place 12×12…
[ STR | SBC | ACH ]
TE Premium Cardstock
[ TE ]
Lawn Fawn REALLY HIGH FIVE Clear…
[ SSS | SBC ]
Lawn Fawn REALLY HIGH FIVE Die Cuts…
[ SSS | SBC ]
Lawn Fawn SET REALLY HIGH FIVE Clear…
[ SSS ]
copic sketch markers at Simon Says…
[ SSS | TE | BLIC ]
Sizzix – Big Shot Plus Machine -…
[ SBC ]

Birthday · cards · copics · Die Piecing · Doodlebug Designs · Interactive · Masculine · Pop up card · Summer

BBQ Platform Pop up Birthday Card…

Hi everyone!  We had a fun holiday weekend with a super muggy 4th!  whoa… super nice days and then boom…super high humidity and high temp.  Definitely know it’s Summer!

One of our son-in-law’s is a great cook!  So I made this card just for him.

I have two more pictures and I’ll post them.  If I had this card still I would retake the pictures because the back sign is blurry…f stop too low! lol I was in a hurry to get to the party! Good thing I’d snapped a phone picture!

 

I colored the stamped and die cut images with Copic Sketch Markers.  Then assembled the card just like the Lawn Fawn Platform Pop up video.  The Boss of the BBQ sentiment is from a discontinued Taylored Expressions set.

 

So fun…now it’s time for lunch!  This card makes me hungry!

One more birthday platform pop up to post, then it’s back to Memory Box cards!

Thank you for stopping by!

Here’s what I used to make this card…

Lawn Fawn – Clear Photopolymer Stamps…
[ SBC ]
Lawn Fawn – Lawn Cuts – Dies – Let’s…
[ SBC ]
Lawn Fawn – Lawn Cuts – Dies -…
[ SBC | SSS ]
Lawn Fawn SET PLATFORM POP-UPS Dies…
[ SSS ]
Poppystamps – 2364 Happy Birthday…
[ STR ]
copic sketch markers at Simon Says…
[ SSS | TE | BLIC ]

Birthday · cards · copics · Die Piecing · Interactive · Lawn Fawn · Masculine · Pop up card · Summer

Lawn Fawn Basketball Birthday Platform Pop Up Card and SALE….

Hi everybody!  I had so much fun making these pop ups!  Inspired by the Lawn Fawn design team!  I’m so happy how this turned out!

I stamped, colored with Copic Sketch Markers and die cut all the images.

Here’s a close up…I die cut the Happy Birthday die in white and black, glued them together a little offset.

A phone picture just because it captures it a little different.

Holler if you have any questions!

Thanks for stopping by and Happy 4th of July!  BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!

SALE!

 

What I used to make this card…

Lawn Fawn – Lawn Cuts – Dies – Giant…
[ SBC | SSS ]
Lawn Fawn – Lawn Cuts – Dies – Really…
[ SBC | SSS ]
Lawn Fawn – Clear Photopolymer Stamps…
[ SBC | SSS ]
Lawn Fawn SET REALLY HIGH FIVE Clear…
[ SSS ]
Lawn Fawn – Clear Photopolymer Stamps…
[ SBC | SSS ]
Lawn Fawn – Lawn Cuts – Dies – All-Star
[ SBC | SSS ]
Lawn Fawn SET ALL-STAR Clear Stamps…
[ SSS ]
Sunny Studio Stamps – Clear…
[ SBC | SSS ]
Sunny Studio TEAM PLAYER Snippets Die…
[ SSS ]
Lawn Fawn – Lawn Cuts – Dies -…
[ SBC | SSS ]
Sizzix – Big Shot Plus Machine -…
[ SBC ]
Lawn Fawn – 8.5 x 11 – Woodgrain…
[ SBC | SSS ]