Friday, 10 February 2017

Pop Up Easel Card

I decided today that I would combine two blog challenges and enter again in  this week's Global Design Project colour challenge and enter the Just Add Ink challenge.

While looking through a facebook group called Stampin' Café, I came across some cards made by Jennifer Lane. Jennifer's cards inspired me to create today. Jennifer made a couple of cards using a fold called Pop Up Easel Card. She found the instructions on Debbie Henderson's YouTube video, which you can find here.

Here is what these lovely ladies inspired me to create.




The background paper was the Irresistibly Floral Speciality Paper, coloured with Daffodil Delight.
I then used the Watercolor Wings stamp set for my focal point and my sentiment, and the Perpetual Birthday Calendar for the hearts.  I popped some clear Wink of Stella on the butterfly wings to give it a touch of sparkle.




Here are the two challenges I went in today.




Thank you for stopping by,
Rosalie



12 comments:

  1. Hi Roselie, I love this all things bright and beautiful pop-up card and the way you've entered into 2 challenges!
    Christine
    xx

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  2. What a striking butterfly Rose and sitting so proud atop it's perch, love ti!

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  3. What a beautiful, bright, cheery card! Thanks for joining in the fun at Just Add Ink this week, Rosalie. :)

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  4. This is so beautiful Rosalie! I love your centrally popped up butterfly and your subtle sprinkling of hearts is so pretty too. Thanks for sharing with us at Just Add Ink this week :-)

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  5. This is stunning Rosalie! So bright and vibrant and such a delight that you can pop up the butterfly. Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink this week.

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  6. Lovely card Rosalie - I really love this stamp set, it looks great in these bold beautiful colours. Cute little heart accent on the corner. Chantell JAI

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    1. Thank you Chantell, I love watercolour wishes as well. So easy to build up the colours. Photopolymer is the best.

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