Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Go Wild

Hi Crafty Friends,

Today I am sharing another card I created using some of the new Karen Burniston dies being released next month. Pre-orders are being taken on the web site now (links in supply list below) and orders will start shipping from 3rd August.

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

Originally  my card today was just going to be a Slimline card using the non pop-up dies which are being released in this release. But of course as you can see, I couldn't leave it at that.

For the front of the card, I started with a slimline panel and added inks in yellows and oranges for the sky. I then cut another panel and used the sand/dirt border included in the Nature Edges die set to create my grass area. I colored each panel using green inks.

I added the tree and sun which are both from the new Landscape Scene die set and the cute little animals from the Safari animals die set.

To finish off the front of the card I added the "Hello" sentiment from the Word Set 6 - Summer die set.

For the inside of the card I added the new Pop 'N Swap Pop-up die set. This just fits into a 4inch wide Slimline Card, you do however need to trim down the large rectangle panel that goes on the top of the pop-up to make sure it can't be seen when the card is closed. I added the pop-up to the centre of the card.

I cut white panel a little smaller than the black panel and colored this with yellow and orange inks. I then added the Go Wild! to it.

As you can see in the photo above, the giraffe at the top of the pop-up is going down behind the large panel while the card is opening. When the card starts to close, the giraffe pops up and the elephant goes behind the large panel.

I used the new Pattern Plate - Fronds die to decorate the left edge of the card. I die cut this twice from green cardstock and adhered it to a panel which had been inked using green inks. This was fairly easy to line up so it looks like it is a continue strip.

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