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Memorable Pop Up

November 11, 2021

Today’s card is another one that I created with a pop up panel in the centre. I shared how I created these on my Facebook Live this week. For this card, I attached a piece of Pattern Party Designer Series Paper across the bottom of Very Vanilla card. I wrapped the top of the Designer Series Paper using Soft Succulent Open Weave Ribbon and tied a knot. I stamped the greeting from the Timeless Tropical stamp set onto the right hand corner of the Very Vanilla card using Soft Succulent ink. The whole panel is attached to scored and folded Soft Succulent card.

I stamped the large hibiscus flower from the Timeless Tropical stamp set onto Fresh Freesia card using Fresh Freesia ink and cut it out using the co-ordinating In The Tropics Die. I stamped the frangipani flower from the Timeless Tropical stamp set twice onto Pale Papaya card using Pale Papaya ink and cut them out using the co-ordinating In The Tropics Die. I stamped the leaf image from the Timeless Tropical stamp set three times onto Soft Succulent card using Soft Succulent ink and cut them out using the co-ordinating In The Tropics Die. I layered the flowers and leaves onto the card front using dimensionals to attach the last frangipani.

I added three Basic Rhinestones to the centre of each of the flowers to add a little bling just because I can. I cut my pop up from Very Vanilla card and attached it inside the card base. I attached another piece of Pattern Party Designer Series Paper to the top section of the pop up panel. I stamped the greeting onto the pop up panel using Soft Succulent ink. I inked the palm tree image from the Timeless Tropical stamp set using Evening Evergreen and Soft Succulent Stampin’ Write Markers and stamped the image onto Very Vanilla card. The image is cut out using the co-ordinating In The Tropics Die and attached next to the greeting on the pop up panel. I attached a frangipani flower to the lower left hand corner and also some leaves I die cut from Soft Succulent card using the In The Tropics Dies.

I am having fun creating this type of card. I would love to know what you think.

Bye for now,

Kris

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