New Baby Pop Up

 

Welcome My Crafty Friends,

hoping that you are all staying safe and healthy during these trying times.

Today I have another Karen Burniston Surprise Pop Up Ball card for you. My card was created using Boel Ask’s card which she posted March 1, 2020.   These pop up balls are addicting.

Have tried several times to upload the video for this but it will not upload – sorry!  You can see it on Facebook – Karen Burniston Pop-Up Peeps page.

Made 2 Surprise Pop Up Balls from flesh colored cardstock.  Karen Burniston has a great assembly video for making the ball.

For the arms I drew and fussy cut from flesh colored cardstock I did single layer but another time I would double up to make them a little sturdier.

For the feet I actually had cut out a baby from flesh colored cardstock then  cut the lower half attach to bottom ball.

For the diaper decorative pieces were cut from white cardstock then attached around the bottom attach a small safety pin to 1 piece add that to center front of bottom half of bottom ball.

Bib was cut from light blue cardstock on Cricut then trimmed up.  Small heart was attached to center then attached to center top of bottom ball.

Pacifier was created using a couple of circle dies from light and medium blue cardstock.  Attached using dimensional dots.

Hair was created using wool roving.

Words were cut twice from cardstock with Clear Double Sided Adhesive on the back – once from white once from medium blue.  Adhered blue first then added white offsetting just a little to give shadow effect.

I do hope that this is an inspiration for you to try making a Surprise Pop Up card – there are so many great designs on Karen Burniston Pop Up Peep Facebook Page.

I have linked below dies and other supplies I have used if you click on an item it will take you to the site I do make a small commission but it does not cost you anything extra.

Thanks for stopping by and until next time – Happy Crafting!

Christine

You only live once if you live right once is enough!

Supplies


Cardstock – Flesh, Light Blue, Medium Blue, White

Wool Roving

Small Safety Pin

Pattern Paper

6″ of Ribbon

Thin Magnets

 

Graduation Pop Ups

Hello My Crafty Friends,

Hope you all are enjoying your summer.

‘Tis the season – Graduation I had 3 our granddaughter graduating from college, our grandson from high school and my regional manager’s daughter from high school and she was magna cum laude WOW.  I decided to make some pop up cards using Karen Burniston’s Surprise Pop Up Ball along with some of her other dies.  I must give the maker of the original graduation  card acknowledgement her name is Cynthia Johnson-Dailey her card was my inspiration.  I used Karen Burniston’s YouTube video for the double ball  for assembly only then created from there using picture of Cynthia’s card as a guide as she did not have a tutorial.  Fun card but doing 3 at once was a bit overwhelming at times.

I have video on my Facebook page but can’t seem to get it from my phone to my computer.

This Surprise Pop Up Ball die set is so much fun and has so many possibilities.  I have posted links below for dies I have used just click on the item it will take you directly to site.  If you should purchase I do get a small commission but you do not pay anything extra.

Thanks for stopping by today hope these cards have inspired you to make a Pop Up Ball Card as they are really fun and the recipients really do enjoy them.

Until Next Time – Happy Crafting!

Christine

You only live once if you live right once is enough!

 

 

 

 


Other Supplies

911 Karen Burniston – Elizabeth Craft Designs  Props 1 – Discontinued

Wool Roving

Mirror Card

Embroidery Floss

 

 

Happy Bouquet

Happy Bouquet

Hello My Crafty Friends,

Today I have a card I created using  Susan’s Garden Club Columbine, Beauty Berry Bush and Garden Notes Love In A Mist along with Spellbinders Vintage Treasures by Becca Feeken.

Card base is 6″ X 6″ created from 110# Cardstock then embossed front.  The embossing folder was found on Amazon.

Background piece was from my stash and die cut with the frame lit in Vintage Treasures die set.

From white cardstock Vintage Treasures was die cut background was attached to back of main die cut using Kids Choice Glue.  Dimensional tape was used to adhere to card front.

Several Beauty Berry Bush were cut from green cardstock flowers cut from pink cardstock then shaped and assembled. three Columbine were cut from white cardstock shaped and assembled as well as one Love In A Mist cut from blue cardstock leaves from green cardstock.

Once flowers were where I wanted them they were attached using Kids Choice Glue.

Hope my card has inspired you to create.  Thanks for Stopping by.

REMINDER:  Susan has a brand new release coming out from Spellbinder late August early Fall new dies and tools – SO EXCITING!!!

Until next time – Happy Crafting!

Christine

 

You only live once if you live right once is enough!

 

Deepest Condolences

Deepest Condolences

 

Welcome My Crafty Friends,

Well here in Maine we have had our 3 days of summer – yesterday morning there was a frost here and a few tomato plants were lost hopefully that is it for frosty weather until fall.

My daffodils have come and gone but these paper ones will last forever.  My card today was created using Susan’s Garden Notes Daffodil and Narcissus, Galvanized Bucket and Ladder Fern along with Spellbinders Shapeabilities – Contemporary Diamonds.

Card is 6 X 6 from white cardstock.  Black cardstock cut 5-3/4″ square attached to card front using clear double sided adhesive.  White cardstock cut 5-1/2″ square embossed then adhered to card front.

Spellbinders Contemporary Diamonds cut twice from cardstock with clear double sided adhesive once from black once from green.  Black outline piece adhered to left side of card front then green cut out pieces set into openings.

Susan’s Garden Notes Galvanized Bucket cut twice once from black cardstock with clear double sided adhesive on back.  Adhered 1 on top of other.    Texture paste was spread over bucket left to dry.  Fresh Copper Nuvo Embellishment Mousse spread over bucket and handle.  The very center of handle was cut 3 times from black cardstock then adhered to center.  Couple of pop dots adhered to back center of bucket then adhered to right side of card front leaving opening at top.  Adhere handle to bucket.

Several Garden Notes Ladder Ferns were cut from green cardstock shaded and shaped then adhered in bucket using Kids Choice Glue.

5 Daffodils were created using Susan’s Garden Notes Daffodil / Narcissus die set cut from white cardstock, colored with Copic Markers then shaped (Susan has great videos on her Facebook page Susan’s Garden Club).  Daffodils were adhere to card front using Kids Choice Glue.

Stamped sentiment on white cardstock matted it with black cardstock adhered to card front with dimensional tape.

Thanks for stopping by today hope that it was inspiring!

Until next time – Happy Crafting!

Christine

 

You Only Live Once if you live right once is enough!