Saturday, April 16, 2016

Happy Birthday

Hi everyone,

It’s challenge time with the “Crazies” over on the Crazy 4 Challenges blog. Rebecca Ednie,  the challenge hostess for the month continues to issue the challenges.

Being the third Saturday of the month it is time for our Sketch Challenge. I hope you have fun playing with this layout.

As you can see by my card and the sketch, I flipped the sketch so that I could create a long thin pop up card rather that a tall card. 

For the front of my card I used the A Way with Words Happy Birthday sentiment and Stitched Circles. My scallop panels were created using the scallop edge in the Paris Edges die set. 

For the inside of my card I create three pop up panels using the pop up die from the Barrel Basket with Pop Up die set designed by Karen Burniston for Elizabeth Craft Designs. I then used the cupcakes designed by Joset Designs for Elizabeth Craft Designs on each pop up panel.

Here is another view of the inside of my card taken at a different angle, so you can see the pop up a little easier.

Don't forget to check out the rest of the “Crazies” cards over on the Crazy 4 Challenges blog and also their individual blogs for more details.

Anja de Regt
Barbara Anders
Jessie Rone
Joanne Grzelak
Karen Aicken
Maryann Einam
Peggy McCurry
Raquel Mason
Rebecca Ednie
Jen Benner
Teresa Kline (April Guest Designer)

Stamps: Delicious Birthday - MFT Stamps
Paper: White; Purple; Pink; High Tea Pink Cupcakes DP - FabScraps
Dies: Barrel Basket with Pop Up; Paris E - designed by Karen Burniston for Elizabeth Craft Designs; Stitched Ovals; A Way with Words Happy Birthday; Cupcake - Elizabeth Craft Designs
Other ECD Products: Clear Double Sided Adhesive Tape; PanPastel Flowering Coloring Kit 1; Pink/Silver Glitter Dots Peel Off Stickers
Other: Black Ink; Foam Tape: Copics


Ironlady said...

Omg Frances, what a wonderful creation a fantastic idea using multiple pop ups and a fantastic use of this sketch

Joanne (jojot) said...

very cool interpretation of the sketch

Karen Aicken said...

What a great way to use the sketch. SWEET card, Frances. :-)