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

 

 

Molly’s Graduation

 

Welcome to my blog glad you stopped by.

Today I have just a quick post to honor our granddaughter (our 1st grandchild) as she closes one chapter and enters the next chapter of her life.  Such an emotional time as I can not believe the little girl that won our hearts from day one has graduated high school and will be going off to college in the fall.  Meme’ and Pepe’ are so proud of her and glad that we could be part of it and to get her to pose for a few pictures with us.

Her card was made using Karen Burniston’s Tag Book Pop-up die along with a few Cricut cutouts.

 

Until Next Time – Happy Crafting and remember –

“you only live once… If you live right, once is enough”

Christine ( aka Meme’)