Saturday, February 14, 2015

Farm Life Pop-Up Card

Bear with me as I share my very first pop-up card!  I had a lot of fun making this! I watched a couple tutorials on youtube and then just gave it a try.  I found that it is easy to create a simple pop-up --and even multiples in one card, but then started thinking of ways to make it more stable, and decided dies designed for this are probably a good thing.


                        The cow has a 1.25 inch pop-out and the duck has a 0.5 inch pop-out.


The stamp set was a lot of fun to work with, as it just seemed perfect to create a scene where some things were near and some far.   



The images were stamped on regular cardstock and colored with Tombow water based markers and the blender pen, and the background was sponged with Distress Inks.

Supplies:
Stampendous Farm Life stamp set
Memento Black Ink
Tombow water-based markers
Distress Inks in Mowed Lawn, Broken China
October Afternoon Sasparilla 8x8 inch paper pad
Scor Tape

This card will be submitted to the following Challenge(s):

ModSquad Pop-Up Challenge
SimonSaysStamp Wednesday Challenge - All Creatures Great and Small

6 comments:

  1. Congrats on your first pop-up card - it turned out really cute :)

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  2. Hi sweetie, this is so cute, I love the colours you have chosen too, Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Challenge this time, hugs Pops x x x

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  3. Such a cute scene and a wonderful pop up card. Thank you so much for playing along with us this week over at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog :)

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  4. This is so cute and I love farm scenes since we live on a farm. However, no longer have any cattle. And, that suits me fine as they were a lot of work. But I did enjoy the antics of the little calves.

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  5. Love the scene you created. Perfect images.for a fun card.

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  6. You did a great job and a cute scene. Thank you for joining in at the Mod Squad Challenge!

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