Pop N Cuts Traveller

Graduation?  Retirement?  Study Abroad?  This card has a long history and ended up looking absolutely nothing like the card at the beginning. I really like the Epic Day Designer Series paper and it became the focal point for everything else in the card.  The hexagons on the front were cut with my ecutter because I don’t have a hexagon punch – yet! (hint, hint)

And she’s off!  She has her bags packed, her maps and passport (yes, that’s a passport – or a book to read)  She’s mapped out her past or future travels and visited the travel agent. And she’s got her camera ready.

The map, Bon Voyage sign, airplane and arrow are from My Digital Studio.  The dots on the map were made with the tiniest circle on the Owl builder punch.

The luggage is all made with the Ticket punch. 

The camera is the only thing left from the original card idea!  Ah well!

The travel brochure is also made with the ticket punch.  The map is My Digital Studio.  I decided to let the DSP speak for itself for the bottom of the card.  It was too pretty to cover up. 

Where is your Pop N Cuts Dress Form gal headed this summer? 

Stamp Set – Word Play
card stock – Whisper White, Epic Day DSP, Chocolate Chip DSP, Island Indigo
Ink – Island Indigo, Calypso Coral, Crumb Cake
Etc – SU Pop N Cuts base, Dress Form framelit, Ticket punch, 1/4 square punch, Owl punch, 1/4 circle punch, My Digital Studio, Window Framelits

Now back to setting up for my New Catalog open house this Thursday!  I can’t believe it’s time for unveil the new book!  Come join us   Hugs, Fran

Updated: May 20, 2013 — 11:52 am


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  1. You. Are. Amazing!!! I want to go where this girl is going! She seems like a wonderful adventurer. Love everything about this!

  2. Oh Fran, another master piece with this gorgeous dress die!!!!! Your attention to every little detail on this card is beyond amazing, you are indeed an incredibly talented paper crafter!! When I see this cards you make, I often wonder how you come up with the idea and the design….. the wondrous wheels in your mind must be working to perfection 24/7!! I’ve said it before but I’ll say it again, thank you so much for sharing your gift with us.

  3. Amazing!!!! SUCH detail! My 17 year old granddaughter is going to Germany in a couple of weeks and I may try to make her a simplified version!!! 🙂

  4. This is fabulous…the most different and creative I have seen in a long time!

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