Friday, September 14, 2012

Celebrate! - SNSDC71

It's time for another Sweet 'n Sassy Digi Challenge and this week's challenge is to make a card that has some type of pop-up element.  Since this goes in my "fancy folds" category, I was excited about this one.  I used this Pop-up Gift Card Holder tutorial from SCS.  SCS is one of my go-to resources for clear, easy-to-understand tutorials.



I colored Fluff with Copics and used a glitter pen on the frill at the top of his hat.  I used this week's CPS Sketch #282 for the design for the front of the card.  To allow for the tie to keep the card closed I moved the circles in the sketch a bit to the left.



I used a scrap of drawing paper to make the envelope to hold the gift card. I used a 1" circle punch to create the cut-out to make it easy to remove the gift card from the envelope.  Next time, I'll either decorate the envelope.  After assembling the card, I added the "Happy Birthday" panel with a few pop-dots.  I will definitely be using this tutorial again.  It's so easy to do!!!








Supplies:
Cardstock: Recollections, Bazzill, Georgia Pacific

Patterned Paper: MME (Good Day Sunshine)
Stamps:  Sweet 'n Sassy Digi (Celebrate, Masculine Birthday Greetings)
Embellishments/Tools: Strathmore Drawing Paper, jute twine (JoAnn's), American Crafts Slick Writer (black), Sakura Gelly Roll (clear star pen), Spellbinders (Standard Circles Large & Small, Labels Four and Labels Four Small), Copics, Eyelets (Oriental Trading), Marvy 1" Circle Punch

I'm entering this card in the following challenges:
Pile It On #37 - Use Patterned Paper
Terrifically Thrilling Thursday - Show Us What You've Got (anything goes)
Whimsy Inspiration Challenges #51 - Anything Goes
Papertake Weekly - Things that make you go awwww (cats do that for me every time)
Paper Pretties Monday Challenge # 56 (PPMC56) - Make a Birthday Card
Love to Create #32- Use Ribbon or Twine
Shopping Our Stash #68 - 3, 2, 1 (I used 3 diecut circles, 2 eyelets, 1 piece of twine)
52 Card Pickup #37 - Make a card

I hope you'll give pop-up cards a try.  There are many different types -- I've tried several and I think this one may be my favorite.   Thanks for stopping by today.  I hope you'll come back soon.

14 comments:

Scrappychick said...

WOW! I've never tried one of these, I think I need to! Yours is fabulous!!

Cynthia said...

Great gift card holder, Stephanie! I need to try this one....

Patricia said...

You've chosen a great color scheme for your super-cute card. Nice job coordinating the belly band with the inside of the card.

Sarah said...

Love the fun colors!I didn't realize you could color fluff with copics, good tip! Hugs

Lorraine A said...

Gorgeous card Stephanie :-) such a cute image and the pop-up is FAB !! LOVE it :-)

thanks for joining us on the Papertake Weekly Challenge :-)
luv
Lols x x x

Patrice said...

Love your card - I hope you'll link up at 52 Card Pickup again this week!
http://www.oldbackporch.com/2012/09/52-card-pickup-week-37.html

Emma H said...

Cute card, thanks for playing along with Pile It On this week!

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

Oh WOW what a fabulous gift card holder! Great job! Thanks so much for joining our "ANYTHING GOES" challenge at Shelly's Images! Please come back and join us again real soon!!
Darlene
Shelly's Images DT
DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS

Marianne said...

What a fabulous gift card holder!
Thank you for joining us at Shelly's Images.
Hugs, Marianne

Connie Mercer said...

so cute Stephanie!!!

Glimpses of My Heart said...

What a great card Stephanie. I would love to give (and receive) one that opens like that. Great way to give a gift card. Love the image too :)
Blessings,
Michelle

Deena said...

fabulous gift card holder card! love how it turned out! Thanks for joining in the 3-2-1 challenge at Shopping our Stash!

Makiko Jones said...

What a fantastic idea to send a giftcard! I love the fun colors and papers you used with the image!

Shannah said...

So cute and a great idea! So glad you joined our Whimsy Inspiration Challenge! Hugs, Shannah xox

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