Saturday, 4 February 2017

C4C-371 Valentine Fox Window Pop-Up Card

Good morning friends

It's Saturday so that means a new challenge at the Crazy 4 Challenges Blog. Our February 2017 Hostess is Tammy Hershberger, and our Guest Designer is Lisa Henka. You can see Lisa's Blog HERE.  

Here is Tammy's' challenge:  "Today my baby girl turns 20! Oh my, where has the time gone? In addition to turning 20, Kelsey will also be graduating from Vet Tech school later this month, and we're so proud of her! In honor of Kelsey today, please create a card with animals in your design."

This card was inspired by Karen Burniston's card for our November 2016 Designer Challenge "Hat Attack".  You can see her original card on her blog HERE. I can't believe it took me this long to try the technique - I will be doing it again for sure. 

I used the Lorna Label Pop-Up and Dutch the Fox to make a Valentine Card.




Gold is still very trendy this year, so I added some fun gold accents ... the hearts are from Karen Burniston's Spiral Circle Pull Card and the bow is from Midnight the Bat.



Check out the C4C blog to see how the Crazies have been inspired by the challenge. We'd  love to see your take on it, so be sure to stop by the Crazy 4 Challenges blog and link up your creations. If you are uploading to an online gallery, please use the keyword C4C371.

Supplies:
Pink patterned paper - Melissa Frances
White card stock
Lorna Label Pop-Up, Pop it Ups - Karen Burniston (Elizabeth Craft Designs)
Fine point tweezers - Elizabeth Craft Designs
Dutch the Fox, Pop it Ups - Karen Burniston (Elizabeth Craft Designs)
Black card stock
Clear double sided adhesive, 4" and 1/8" width's
Gold glitter paper - Stamping' Up
Black glaze pen - Sakura
Midnight the Bat (bow), Pop it Ups - Karen Burniston (Elizabeth Craft Designs)
Spiral Circle Pull Card (heart), Pop it Ups - Karen Burniston (Elizabeth Craft Designs)
Gold gel pen - Sakura
Black fine point marker


Thanks for stopping by today

4 comments:

  1. that's is so beautiful!!! I love it!!!

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  2. it definitely is a fun technique, glad you gave it a go. I am sure you will make many more yet :)

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  3. Thank you for the best tutorial.. I found some Valentine pop-up card on http://popupcard.net. This company make pop-up cards really by hands.

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