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Keep Calm and Be Hoppy

April 21, 2018

I made this card for my co teacher. We were having a rough week at school and I felt she could use a pick me up. This is also the first card I made with the Pivot Pop Up die. I really love this die. It is easy to use and makes a really big impact.

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Details

Size:  Vertical top fold A2 card

Extra Details:  I began this card with a top fold white card base. Using grey ink, I stamped a wood grain pattern on the front and inside of the card.

Next, I die cut the Pivot Pop Up Die Pieces. I also die cut some cross stitched rectangles. I used these rectangles to create the pieces for the front focal panel. I used two shades of blue card stock and some green card stock. Using double sided tape I adhered all of the pieces together to create my scenes for both the front and side of the card.  I used the same double sided tape to adhere the scenes to the card base

I stamped the sentiments on my card. My black ink pad is very dry and it shows. However, I did not use my Misti so I went with the distressed look.

I stamped the images from Toadally Awesome on some white card stock. I used Prismacolor pencils to color everything in. I fussy cut out tall of the images leaving a small white border.  Lastly, I adhered all of the images to the two scenes and the card was finished

 

Challenges Entered:

               Lawn Fawnatics Challenge 27: 3D Cards

https://www.lawnfawnatics.com/announcement/lawn-fawnatics-challenge-27-3d-cards

              

Stamps Used: Lawn Fawn’s Toadally Awesome, Woodgrain Backgrounds, Hoppy Easter, and Riley’s ABCs

Dies Used: Lawn Fawn’s Pivot Pop Up, Large Cross Stitched Rectangle Stackables, Simple Stitched Hillsides and Grassy Borders

Ink: Versa Fine and Versa Mark

 

 

Hope you enjoyed the card!

4 thoughts on “Keep Calm and Be Hoppy”

  1. Such a sweet card! I’m sure it made your friend’s day! And I’m so glad you shared it with us at Lawn Fawnatics!

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