Welcome to the Karen Burniston (KB Riley) & Sassy and Crafty Blog Hop! Our Design Team members are excited to share their inspiring creations using some of the fabulous products from both these companies.
To celebrate our blog hop we have four great prizes to give away. You will have the chance to win one of two $25 Gift Certificates to use on the Karen Burniston (KB Riley) Dies website or one of two $25 Gift Certificates to use on Sassy and Crafty website. Make sure you join the hop and comment on everyone’s blog post for your chance to win one of these prizes. Winners will be randomly chosen from the comments left on ALL THE POSTS received by Saturday May 15th, 2021!
Now onto my card… I knew I wanted to use the amazing Photo Collage Pop-Up die on the inside, so I kept the front super clean and simple. I stamped and Copic colored one of the images from the Sassy and Crafty Love Your Look stamp set, and stamped the “You’re Meow Favorite” sentiment underneath. I masked those off and ink blended a halo using the Awesome Stars stencil and Shaded Lilac distress ink.
Moving onto the inside of the card, I created two 4.25 x 5.5″ panels from white cardstock and used my distress oxide inks (Tumbled Glass, Shaded Lilac, Spun Sugar) to blend an ombre background. Then, I placed the Awesome Stars stencil overtop and inked in slightly darker colors overtop (Broken China, Wilted Violet, Worn Lipstick). I cut these panels down using a rectangle die slightly smaller than 4.25 x 5.5″ and adhered them to the inside of the card. Next, I cut out each of the pieces of the Photo Collage Pop-Up die set from 110 lb. cardstock, I assembled the pop-up mechanism and adhered that to my card — there’s a great video showing how to assemble it here!
Once the mechanism was assembled, I went to work creating eight of my little “polaroids”. I used a mix of stamps from the Love Your Look and What’s Up Buttercup sets to create my little scenes. I stamped all of the images using Gina K Designs Obsidian Black amalgam ink and Copic colored them. Next, I adhered the little polaroid frames to finish each scene and attached them to the “arms” of the mechanism. Lastly, I created two little sentiment banners from the same stamp sets and adhered them in the corners of the card (to make sure they weren’t in the way of where the photos needed to “swing” when the card opens and closes).
Thank you so much for stopping by today! I encourage you to check out all the other amazing designers along the hop!
Full Hop List:
- Sassy and Crafty
- Karen Aicken
- Candice <– YOU ARE HERE
- Karen Burniston
Have a lovely day!