It’s Frances here, and it’s my turn to post a tutorial today for Pop it Ups Wednesday. This time around I decided to pull out my steampunk themed dies and stamps, combined with the Oval Pull Card and Jinks the Monkey, to create a birthday card. I have to admit that steampunk is a little out of my comfort zone, but it can be fun to play with something in ways that aren’t what I normally do.
Hi friends, it’s Sandy Diller here today. Have you ever had an idea that you just couldn’t let go of until you’ve made it? Well, that’s my project today. I issued a challenge to myself to make an Easter Bunny from Elizabeth Craft Designs dies in my collection that does not include a bunny. I’ve used lots of different shapes – hope you enjoy my “self-challenge.” If you decide to try it, I’d love to hear from you.
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!
It’s Frances here, with my first project to share with you for 2017. For my project today I have used three of the new dies which are being released on the 9th of January. The Love Sentiments set and Love Birds are part of Els van de Burgt Studio Valentine Collection, and the gold decorative piece I used to decorate my card is the Lace Pocket from a new designer called ModaScrap. This die can be used in so many ways – not just for creating pocket cards.
Hello, it’s Caz and today I am here with a little Halloween Treat Idea. This one is great if you have some special little trick or treaters coming to visit. By using the Oval Pull Card Pop it Ups die in a slightly different way you can create this fun bag topper.
Hi Everybody! I’m Kathleen Adams and I have the honor of being today’s guest designer. I was inspired by my granddaughters love for the boardwalk at Santa Cruz, CA. She never seems to tire of wanting to spend the day there. Here’s how I made this card.
Good Morning. This is Selma Stevenson today with a card to make your mouth water, wanting strawberries. I used the Joset Design Strawberries dies, and one of Karen Burniston’s Pull Card die sets.
Hello! Summer Hills-Painter here today with an Oval Window Pull Card project. The card I am sharing today is for Mother’s Day, but this design could be for many other occasions as well.
Here is how to make the card: