Monday, 12 February 2018

Happily Popping Up To Say Hello ...

Good morning friends

I had a lot of fun making this card using a bunch of dies from Karen Burniston's newest release. Both the tree edge and the bird dies are from the new Outdoor Scene. The Happily was trimmed away from the new Happily Ever After and adhered to the card front, and there is a popped up stitched cloud in the sky as well.



I used the new Spinner Square Pop-Up to create the fun inside, with a fairy princess made from the Princess and Mermaid die set.


The tree is from the Tree Pop-Up. I really like this tree, that it is only two pieces and it both cuts and assembles easily. On this one I added flowers, but they cut six at a time so it's easy to fill your tree with blooms.


For the Fairy Princess I cut her dress three times. Twice from white glittered card stock and once from white card stock. By turning two of the dresses upside down and off-setting, they created the wings I wanted and the rest of the princess was assembled then the wings adhered behind her. She would make a cute Tooth Fairy as well!


She spins up and hides behind the decorated circle as the card is closing or opening.


The font for the first four Word Set dies is the same, so it's easy to combine words from the different sets to create a custom greeting.

Supplies:
1036 Princess & Mermaid - Karen Burniston
Pink, white, teal, black and green card stocks
Glitter card stock - Stampin' Up
Copic markers
Wink of Stella
Black fine point marker
Signo white gel pen
Patterned paper - Echo Park
1042 Spinner Square Pop-Up - Karen Burniston
1045 Outdoor Scene - Karen Burniston
1006 Nature Edges - Karen Burniston
1027 Word Set 4 Just a Note - Karen Burniston
1002 Word Set 2 Greetings - Karen Burniston
1012 Snowman Twist Circle (circles) - Karen Burniston
1005 Tree Pop-Up - Karen Burniston
Coloured pencils - Prismacolor
1009 Twist Panel Pop-Up (scalloped rectangle) - Karen Burniston
Nuvo Crystal Ddrops
1032 Happily Ever After - Karen Burniston

Thanks for stopping by today

1 comment:

StampOwl said...

Such a fun scene you have created