Howdy crafters! It’s Karen Burniston here to scare up a fun way to use the Rectangle Pull Card for a peek-a-BOO! Halloween card.
Hi, It’s Kelly Booth here. One of my favorite things about making cards yourself is that you can customize them to specific colors. I had a wedding to go to and loved that I could give them a card made in their special colors.
Today I’m using the new Anita Frames Pop Up die set just released by Karen Burniston for the wedding card. Other dies we will be using are the new Circles & Label set, the Wedding Charms set, Stitched Squares, Poppy The Owl (tiny heart), Petit Flourish Stage it Stencil, and the Best Wishes Clear Stamps.
Here is my card front:
The card opened up:
Hi, it’s Sandy Diller here to share a Halloween Pop it Up with you. Who doesn’t love a costume party? Some of Karen Burniston’s fun Characters are showing off their disguises for you today. You may remember (Monster Mouse) Frankin-Mouse from last year. He is accompanied by Witchy-Whiskers and Count Vamp-Hoppy.
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! Continue reading
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.
Hi and welcome. It’s Sandy Diller here today sharing a fun home décor wall panel. I love mixed media and this was the perfect opportunity to get my hands a little messy and use my dies in a different way. I used lots of Shimmer Sheetz, fun foam, dies and gesso to create this panel. Hope you enjoy and will give it a try.
Hello Everyone, it is Christine here from the Susan’s Garden Club Design Team. I am so excited to be introducing 2 of Susan’s new releases, coming soon. I decided to use the Garden Notes Aster and the Canning Jar & Lid. She has both new Garden Notes and CountryScapes dies coming out and trust me, it was a hard decision to choose which ones I wanted to make first, but since summer is so short-lived here in Maine I decided to continue with flowers.
As crafters, I am sure many of you can relate to the fact most of us look at everything wondering what other purpose it could be used for, and that is what I did with the plastic packaging that most cutting plates come in and it is just what I used to cut my jar from. Continue reading