Hello everyone! Today I want to share a fun interactive card created with some Lawn Fawn products. I used the fun Pivot Pop Up die to create my card. I love how this card is just a fun surprise when opened! I also used some fun Lawn Fawn papers for my card. Here’s a look at the front of my card.
For the flowers I used the little flowers die.
I actually think everything that I die cut is from Lawn Fawn.
Here’s a look at the fun pivot pop up on the inside!
That’s my card! It was fun using my Lawn Fawn stash! They do have some adorable products! I love how you can mix and match the dies to create the perfect scene. I’m going to enter this into the LawnFawnatics Challenge. Have a great day
Lawn Fawn Products Used
Gotta Have Gingham 6×6 paper pad
Perfectly Plaid Rainbow 6×6 pad
Watercolor Wishes 6×6 pad
Pivot Pop Up Die
Grassy Hillside Borders Die
Little Flowers Die
Small Stitched Envelope – Thanks word die
Stitched Heart Envelope – scalloped rectangle die
Out of this World – sun die cut
Love Letters – stamped sentiment
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a pop up card that I created for my sisters’ birthday. I used the beautiful Graphic 45 Off to the Races Collection for my card and matching envelope.
I used my envelope punch board to create an A6 envelope. I made a belly band closure since my card was a little bulky. I used a punch for the scallop circle and then added one of the banners to the front from the collection. I used paper from the 12×12 patterns and solids for the envelope. Here’s a closeup of the envelope.
My pop up card measures 4×6. I used one of the journal cards for the front image and layered it up with lots of dimensional foam tape. I added some clear Wink if Stella for some sparkle. Some little metal corners were added to the top and a pretty Prima flower along the bottom. I added a small piece of adhesive back crochet trim from May Arts as well.
The magic happens when you open the card to reveal the pop up. I used some of the gorgeous lady portraits for the pop up and die cut my happy birthday sentiment using the Tim Holtz Celebrate framelits.
Here’s another view of the inside.
There you have it! That’s the card I created for my sister. She loved it! Have a great day!