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handmade greeting card ... gray card with "hello" die cuts ... luv how the tone on tone die cuts are glue right onto the card face while the kraft one is popped up ... luv the graphic look!

Hello everyone, Sylvia here with a tutorial showing you the basics for making a pop up box card. Pop up box cards are very popular at the moment, wherever you look there are so many in different sizes and subjects and for all of you who want to have a go but don't known where to begin I hope my tutorial is helpful .

Friday Focus – Inspiration Everywhere No. 1 (and my views on Inspiration vs. Copying)

Friday Focus – Inspiration Everywhere No. 1 (and my views on Inspiration vs. Copying) - {note from Jen - gotta love Kristina - her work is amazing!}

Hello–Color Throwdown #403 (Paper Pursuits)

I started with a Sweet Tooth card stock base, then applied a watercolor wash on Ranger Watercolor Paper using Peerless Watercolors and a waterbrush, then popped it up on the base with foam mounting tape. Paper: Sweet Tooth card stock, In the Buff card stock, Ranger Watercolor Paper (MFT) Accessories/tools: Vagabond; Bold Greenery Die-namics, Thanks & Hello Die-namics , Peerless Watercolors, waterbrush, foam mounting tape (MFT); Rhinestones

By catluvr2 at Splitcoaststampers. Die cut and dry emboss white cardstock panel with scalloped edger die. Tap Brushos onto watercolor paper; spritz with water; dry with heat tool. Place strip of it behind the die-cut pieces; die cut sentiment from rest. Pop up piece onto white card base.