One more in this style – Nailed It. I used the Serene Scenery DSP for the card, stamped and die cut the hammer and popped it up on the panel. Funny how this was my least favorite of this style card and one of my daughter’s favorite! The Congrats was stamped on the inside. Always great to have some more masculine cards around. Hugs, Fran
Category: Occasions Mini
One more Reverse Word – this time pairing it with Everyday Hero. The balloon is from Confetti Celebrations. I stamped the superman, colored with Copics and fussy cut him out. The bottom of the card is stamped (with a mask) over and over and a few of the buildings were quickly colored with some W Copics and little stars stamped in Smoky Slate. The balloon is covered with Crystal Effects. Perfect masculine birthday card! Hugs, Fran
So after I did party balloons with the Reverse Word set, I decided to do hot air balloons. The balloon is die cut using the Up & Away Thinlits and the background paper is the Salebration paper Carried Away. The Reverse Words is stamped in Mint Macaron. I’m sure you can create a prettier hot air balloon! Hugs, Fran
Sending Love on a string! This Karen Burniston Hanging Charm Pull Card using the heart charm is perfect for Valentine Day. I used Stampin Ups beautiful Love Blossoms Designer Series Paper for the center.
When you pull it up, the heart dangles above the hidden sentiment.
I made this one into a full card. You can leave it as a postcard style if you’d like. You can find Karen’s video on how to make a Hanging Charm Pull Card here. Lovely! Hugs, Fran