Guess what I watched last night? The opening ceremonies of the Olympics! And it inspired me to make this card. Whoever was the first person to figure out how to make the flag using the Swirly Bird dies is a genius and I salute you! I used it for the front of my patriotic card.
Inside I used Karen Burniston’s Cake Pop It Up die to make a platform for Rocky – who has clearly won the gold! The bottom of the stand is just covered with a piece of Real Red. The sentiment is from Banners for You with the Bunch of Banners Framelits.
The Olympic circles are and medal are punches and circle dies. (The punch for the circles is the 1 1/4″ with a circle die to the outside.) Doesn’t he look happy to win! Hugs, Fran
Pretty Pink! The sentiment on this card is from Remembering Your Birthday and it’s perfect for this card. I used the retired Hearts Framelits to make a series of hearts – one stenciled with Karen Burniston’s Flower stencil and glitter, one with the sentiment and one small heart.
Open it up – and you have a pink Pop It Up Cake with lots of glitter!
Karen has a great video showing how to make this background. But be careful – glitter is addicting! Hugs, Fran
Since I’ve turned 29 every year for quite a few years – this card is perfect! Baker Beaver and the Cake Pop Stand are a new dies for the Karen Burniston Pop It Ups dies. Isn’t he cute? Don’t you love the spatula? That’s from the new Props 8. It’s a full set of baking props. For the cake, I used just the largest cake layering piece and cut it down by 1/8″ for each layer. I’ve paired him with Stampin Up’s new Number of Years stamp set. The sentiment “Look who’s turning” fits exactly on Karen’s new Pull Card Edges. Baker and his cake are on an action wobble. The paper is the very fun It’s My Party Designer Series Paper Stack from the Occasions Mini and the balloons are the new Balloon Bouquet Punch.
Here’s the inside –
Now we can celebrate 29 every year! Hugs, Fran
There’s a new cake in town 🙂 A Pop It Ups Cake from Karen Burniston! This sweet die (coming soon) creates a cake that pops out of your card for a special birthday wish. And it’s so easy to use! Here I’ve paired it with Stampin UP’s Remembering Your Birthday.
Gotta love a Pop It Ups card! Hugs, Fran