It’s Frances here and it’s my turn to post a Pop it Ups Wednesday tutorial.
This time round I decided to pull out my Pop it Ups Cup Pop Stand Card die set, combining it with the new ModaScrap Patterned Paper and Joset Designs Macaron die set.
Hello my crafty friends! It’s Raquel Mason here today with a masculine card to share with you. In general, I think many of us would agree that it’s trickier to create a masculine card than a feminine card. My Dad loves chocolate so I thought the Cake Pop Up would make a perfect card for him.
I would like to show you how I made this easy Father’s Day card – or for added versatility, simply change the sentiment to suit your needs. Let’s get started!
It’s Frances here today with a Pop it Ups Wednesday tutorial to share with you all. Some years ago Karen Burniston showed how to create a Flying Easel Card and that is what I have created using Poppy the Owl, Labels & Circles, Iron Fence Pop-Up and the All Seasons Tree.
Hi, Sandy here – It’s Pop it Ups Wednesday and I’m happy to be sharing a fun card with you. I like keeping some cards on hand that can be mailed when the mood hits me. Time can get away from us and it’s always nice to send a little “Hay There” to someone you care about.
Hello my crafty friends! It’s Raquel Mason here today to share a technique from Karen Burniston called Seamless Backing. This technique is perfect for adding pattern paper to any pivot die. I love pivot cards because the front is also the inside when you open the card! Let me show you how I made this special Mother’s Day card. Remember that you can change the sentiment to suit your needs as the Heart Pivot is perfect for many occasions.
Hi all! It’s Shelly Hickox with you today, sharing a fun alternative way to use your Pop it Ups Iron Fence Die. I’m always a huge fan of finding new ways to use my favorite dies, and when I saw the cool pop-up Double Z-Fold cards that have been popular lately, I thought the Iron Fence would be perfect to adapt for this fold.
Magical, right?! What I love is that it will fold completely flat for mailing, and shouldn’t require any extra postage. You can go crazy with the fussy-cut embellishments like I’ve done here, or keep it simple. Read on to see how to make one of your own.
It’s Frances here and it’s my turn to post a Pop it Ups Wednesday tutorial today. This time round I am playing with a few of Karen Burniston’s new dies to create a Halloween card. My card features Whiskers the Cat sitting on the witch’s broomstick. I think the poor witch has fallen off it by the looks of the witch’s hat and shoes lying on the ground…. oh dear!
It’s my turn to post a Pop it Ups Wednesday tutorial here today. This time round I am playing with a few of Karen Burniston’s new dies being released this month to create a Christmas Card. With only 137 days till Christmas I figured it was time I started making some cards to add to my Christmas stash.
Hi everyone! It’s Fran from Karen Burniston’s Design Team here to share with you a card using Lucky the Rabbit!