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
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
It’s been snowing here – really, really snowing. 17 inches of snow! So I’ve been coloring 🙂 This is Saturated Canary’s Ellie’s Birthday on a Pop It Ups Rectangular Pull Card using Remembering Your Birthday as the sentiment on Best Year Ever Designer Series paper – colored with Copic markers! Did I mention we had a big snow?
When you open it up, balloons from Pop It Ups Props 2 and packages from the Evergreen Pivot card decorate the inside.
And the sentiment says it all! I’ve pulled everything I own out while doing this card! (Did I mention it snowed?) Hugs, Fran
I needed a birthday card so I decided to try out one of Karen Burniston’s videos on making a Spiral Pull Card with a character. I chose to put Poppy the Owl on the front and used the very fun Flashback Designer Series Paper with Pictogram Punches for the sentiment.
Lots and Lots of stars – punches and framelits! The cute little camera that Poppy is holding is from the Project Life stamp set Point & Click.
Stamp Sets – Pictogram Punches, Really Good Greetings, Point & Click
Card stock – Whisper White, Soft Suede, Early Espresso, Pumpkin Pie, Real Red, Crushed Curry, Pool Party, Very Vanilla, Red Glimmer paper
Ink – Real Red, Crushed Curry, Pool Party
Etc – Karen Burniston’s Spiral Pull Card and Poppy the Owl dies, Star Framelits, star punch, Beach House washi tape, Crystal Effects (camera lens)
Play along! Watch the video and create one of your own! Hugs, Fran
It’s Day 2 of the Karen Burniston Pop It Ups Challenge. The theme is masculine and I’ve done a masculine Double High Katie Label Pivot Card for you today using The Open Sea and the Maritime Designer Series paper.
I love making these Double High cards – and Karen has a great video to teach you how to make them.
Stamp Sets – The Open Sea, Remembering Your Birthday, Fabulous Four
Card Stock – Real Red, Night of Navy, Whisper White, Maritime DSP
Ink – Jet Black Stazon, Night of Navy
Etc – Pop It Ups Katie Label Pivot, Accordion Fancy Label and Agatha Edges, Circle Framelits, Candy Dots
There are lots of great ideas on Karen’s Facebook page. Go check them out! Hugs, Fran
This card is a combination of several baby cards I’ve seen using this stamp set. I chose to make it into a birthday card – a belated birthday card! Unfortunately, I need lots of these. This is an easy card – and an easy layout. It’s great for show casing all kinds of images.
Stamp Sets – Zoo Babies, Remembering Your Birthday
Card stock – Basic Gray, Neutral DSP, Smokey Slate, Pool Party
Ink – Smokey Slate
Etc – Pennant die, 2 1/2 circle punch, ABC embossing folder, button, baker’s twine
I’m cleaning up my office today. Between old and new – it’s a mess! Hugs, Fran
Stamping? Did you go to a workshop or party? Try it on your own? I saw some cute images in a store one day and decided to give it a try. My first images were a cute hedgehog from Penny Black and some little kiddos from Me & My Big Ideas. I still have them. They led me to want to find out more about this art – and here I am. So since today is my birthday, I decided to pull out some of these very old images and make something new.
An odd color combo on the front – Wisteria Wonder, Real Red and Basic Black. The sentiment from Remembering Your Birthday was the perfect font and saying for this card.
On the inside I used Karen Burniston’s Lot’s of Pops die and the cute little triangle punch from the Occasions mini.
So now it’s your turn! What got you started stamping? Hugs, Fran
So what do you do when your daughter brings you a package of wooden camera shapes? You pair one up with the Essential Wooden Elements out of the Spring/Occasions Mini and make a card! And doesn’t this paper from I Am Me work perfectly with this? I also used the On Film Framelits and Arrow embossing folder – plus some Washi tape. (Gotta use washi tape!)
The elements are very light weight and fairly thin. I adhered them with some Tombow Multipurpose adhesive. To finish off the camera, I filled the camera lens area with Crystal Effects.
The sentiment is from Remembering Your Birthday.
Stamp Sets – Hip Notes, Remembering Your Birthday
Card stock – Basic Gray, Pool Party, Whisper White, I Am Me DSP
Ink – Jet Black Stazon, Basic Gray, Pool Party
Etc – Essential Wooden Shapes, Crystal Effects, On Film Framelits, Candy Dots, Epic Day This & That Washi tape, Arrows embossing folder
The wooden elements are really easy to stamp on. I even used a Stamp a Ma Jig to line up the words with no problem. Fun, fun, fun! Hugs, Fran
This bright and cheery card is LATE for my niece’s birthday! Sheesh! I used the Sizzix Accordion Flip Album die designed by Karen Burniston (who also designed the SU exclusive Pop N Cuts die and inserts!) The color combination comes from the Designer Series Paper I Am Me.
Here it is opened – the mirrored paper just will not photograph.
I used Flower Shop to add the So Saffron flowers.
Now to get this in the mail!
Stamp Sets – Flower Shop, Remembering Your Birthday
Card stock – Calypso Coral, So Saffron, Pool Party, I Am Me DSP, mirror paper
Ink – So Saffron, Real Red
Etc – Accordion Album Flip die and Frame, Flower punch, 1/2 circle punch, 2 1/2 Circle Punch
I’ve been running behind for a few days now so I’m taking today to try and get things together. Wish me luck! Hugs, Fran
Still searching for that perfect card using Sketched Birthday! Here I tried it with the very fun Designer Series paper – Birthday Basics. I just love the color combo in this DSP! On this one I stamped the sentiment directly on the paper and it’s a bit busy.
So on this one I turned the card and stamped the sentiment on a piece of Very Vanilla. Better.
Stamp Sets – Sketched Birthday, Remembering Your Birthday
Card Stock – Bermuda Bay, Crisp Cantaloupe, Very Vanilla, Birthday Basics DSP
Ink – Jet Black Stazon
Stampin Write Markers – Crisp Cantaloupe, Bermuda Bay, Summer Starfruit
Etc – Pennant die, 2 1/2 circle punch, Rhinestone
Our Stamping Garage sale went great – and I’m glad it’s over We had almost cold weather which was very nice (and very different for the sale.) Hugs, Fran