Monday, July 8, 2019

Have An Out Of This World Birthday


Hi Crafty Friends,

Today I am sharing another pop-up card using two of the new die sets which are being released by Karen Burniston (KB Riley) this month.

The Rocket and moon are from the Rocket Pop-up die set and all the aliens, the space man and small space ship are all from the Space Charms die set.


Here is a quick video to see my card in action.


I used the Crosshatch - Rectangles die set to create the rectangle panels for my card. 


For the rocket I used various colors of cardstock to make it. I also added an astronaut that you can see from the window of the rocket, this is from the Space Charms die set.

I die cut the moon pop up panel and other moon pieces at the bottom of the card using white cardstock and then colored using Hickory Smoke and Black Soot Distress Oxide inks. 

I added a couple of aliens also from the Space Charms.

The sentiment is from Lawn Fawn's Beam Me Up which is stamped onto a rectangle from the Crosshatch Rectangles die set.

Here is a close up of the left hand side of my card, as you can see I created a window card. Karen Burniston shares how to do this in her how to video she created. I also added a few more aliens and an alien in a spaceship.


I kept the front of the card fairly simple as the focus is on the inside of the card. When the card is closed you can see the rocket through the opening. 

I added another moon surface and another alien and a sentiment also from the Lawn Fawn stamp set.


One more view of my card from the front, this time when it is partially open.

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1 comment:

Karen Aicken said...

Love love LOVE that you made a window in the front. Great card!