Friday, September 7, 2018

Merry Christmas Pop-up Scene

Hi Crafty Friends,

Today I am excited to share a card I created using the Adirondack Chair Pop-up die set. A lot of people have been asking Karen Burniston to re release this die set and this will be released this week.

I decided to replicate a card I made a few years back using this die set, but updating it with Karen's current dies.

I die cut the Adirondack Chair on the centre fold of my joined patterned papers I selected to create my card. I also die cut another chair from red cardstock and cut that out and adhered over the patterned paper chair.

The Christmas Tree behind the chair was created using the Christmas Tree Pop-up, die cutting the larger tree (without the slit in the middle) twice and adhering one on top of the other to create a higher tree. I cut out the area of the tree where the arm in on the back of the card and added Glitter Dots Peel Off Stickers to the tree, making sure to cover any slits in the tree with the "ornaments". The star at the top of the tree is from the new Christmas Tree Pop Stand die set which is another die set being re-released.

The presents on the chair and also under the tree were created using the present die, ribbon and bow die sets from the Sleigh Pop-up die set.

I used the frame and rectangle dies from the Frame Pull Pop-up die set and the Numbers die set to create the number on the top left hand side of the card.

To finish off the card I added a sentiment which is layered using the oval dies from the Crosshatch Ovals die set.

I used a corner chomper to round the corners of the card.

For the front of the card, I used the largest rectangle from the Crosshatch Rectangles die set, rounding the corners to match the corners on the card base.

I added the Merry Christmas sentiment die which is layered using the Crosshatch Ovals die set.

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Happy Owlidays Clear Stamp Set (sentiment) - Winnie & Walter
Twas the Night Before Christmas/Up on the Housetops Patterned Paper - Graphic 45

1 comment:

Karen Aicken said...

Love how you made this into a Christmas tree - great card!