Hi everyone! It’s Fran from Karen Burniston’s Design Team here to share with you a card using Lucky the Rabbit!
Bonjour my friends, it’s Sandy Diller here. We have a trip planned to Paris this summer so I wanted to share a little of my excitement with you by showing how I made this Eiffel Tower Pop Stand Card. Part of the fun of this card is that you can see the inside of the card through the window but you really don’t get the full effect until it is opened.
Hello everyone, it’s Sanna here today sharing a Mother´s Day card and present box set with you. For this set I used the Through the Lens – Metal paper series papers with the Fitted Circles, the Stitched Rectangles and the Bunch of Flowers 4 die cut dies. This is how I created both the card and the packaging.
Hi friends, it’s Caz here for another Pop it up Wednesday, and today’s project is something a little different for me, but something I really enjoyed creating.
I recently made a canvas for this month’s Pop it Ups Designer Challenge and I thought it would be nice to share another one with you so you may be inspired to create your own.
Hi Kelly Booth here, I’ve recently been inspired by all the Springtime flowers popping up all over and so I decided to make a birthday card using some colorful flowers using the tiny flower from the Fence Pop Stand die set, Lucky the Rabbit and the Hanging Charm Pull Tab die set. I also used some paper from Through The Lens – Wood , the Flower Stage It Stencil , Lucky Birthday clear stamps and the Stitched Rectangles die set.
Hi and welcome to another Pop it Ups Wednesday. It’s Sandy Diller here today to share a fun little birthday card with you. I live in an active adult community where celebrations are an everyday occurrence – with birthdays being the most fun. We take great joy in making fun of our age, so I thought this card was just the ticket.
Hi everyone, it’s Sandy Diller here today to share a fun Pop it Ups card I made for my hubby. Poor guy has the flu.
Its Caz here with a Leaping Lucky card. I love to experiment with the Character dies from Karen Burniston! With a few snips here and there you can make them look a little different, like I have done with this card.