Hi, it’s Sandy Diller here with a fun Pop it Ups card for you. I love all the characters created by Karen Burniston but if I had to pick a favorite it would be Lucky the Rabbit. Today’s card features Lucky, here to say “Hi” to a friend.
It’s Frances here, and it is my turn to post a Pop it Ups Wednesday tutorial today.
For my tutorial I have been playing with the Pull Card Edges die set. This die set was designed to use with all the Pull Card die sets to help with layering, but this die set can be used to create other cards as well, as you can see by the photo above. For my cards I have used all the edges in the set and you can see how you can use both the positive and negative parts when you die cut. Of course where I have used one shape on a card you can substitute one of the other shapes for a completely different look.
Hi and welcome, it’s Sandy Diller here today. We recently returned from a wonderful trip to Europe where we took lots of photos. We visited so many beautiful places and noticed other people taking photos as well. Some were serious photographers and some were so funny as they posed for their selfies. Jinks the Monkey is joining the rest of the tourists today and snapping a selfie.
It’s Frances Byrne here with my Pop it Ups Wednesday tutorial for April. This time round I have created a card that can be used for birthdays or any other celebration using the Cake Pop Up Card die set.
Hello my crafty friends! It’s Raquel Mason here today. Lucky the Rabbit can be used for any occasion, like say a birthday card. I would like to show you how to double the Spiral Circle Pull Card so you can use all the fun stamps that come in the Lucky Birthday Clear Stamp set. Let’s get started!
Hello my crafty friends! It’s Raquel Mason here today. As I sat and watched a movie with my family, an idea popped into my head using Jolly the Mouse. I thought Jolly would make a great ‘Three Blind Mice’ card simply by using some Props – Props 1 to be exact! Let me show you how easy it was.