Sunday, January 13, 2013

Happy Birthday Pop-up Card


Today I created another pop-up card using a different Sizzix die.  First I will tell you about the front of the card.  I used design paper from the Pink Paislee Butterfly Garden paper pad for both the front and inside of this card.  The large green doily is one of the four dies from the Marianne Design LR0240 die set.  On top of the green doily I added the Marianne Design "Calypso Flourish".   The design paper on the inside has beige roses highlighted with a burgundy edging, so I created the same color roses for the front.  I used the Spellbinders "Spiral Blossom One" for the large rose and the MFT (Die-Namics) Royal Rolled Rose for the smaller roses and buds.  The Cheery Lynn Build A Flower #2 embellishments dies were used for the greenery around the buds and also for the baby's breath.   The leaves were die cut using the Cheery Lynn "Rose Leaf Strip".   There are also butterflies on the inside design paper so I tried to duplicate the same type butterfly using the Memory Box "Kaleidoscope" and "Moonlight" butterflies.  It was sponged using Distress Inks


When you open the card you are greeted with this fun pop-up.   It was created with the Sizzix "Raising 3-D (PopUp) Platform.  I use the eBosser to die cut it and did not need to use a crease pad to get perfect score lines.   I followed the directions for assembling this pop-up and sponged around the tag before attaching another butterfly like I attached to the front of the card.  I only added adhesive to the right side of the butterfly so it would fold flat when the card is closed.  I used two different pieces of the design paper from the Pink Paislee "Butterfly Garden" pad on the inside.  One of the sheets was cut in half and those pieces attached to the outer edges and another different sheet was trimmed and attached right in the center.  This way I had all the pretty design of the sheet with the butterflies on both sides.    



In this picture you can see the pop-up mechanism better.  I die cut the Cheery Lynn "Happy" and "Birthday" sentiments for the inside and added the pretty Marianne Design embellishment at the bottom.  This is a 5.5" by 6" card.  You can use the Sizzix pop-up in a smaller card such as an A-2 size.  
 

Pink Paislee "Butterfly Garden" Paper Pad
Marianne Design "Doily" (LR0240) Four pieces in this die set
Memory Box "Calypso Flourish" (98343)
Spellbinders "Spiral Blossom One" (S4-351)
MFT (Die-namics) Royal Rolled Rose
Cheery Lynn "Build A Flower #2" Embellishments
Cheery Lynn Rose Leaf Strip (B241)
Memory Box "Kaleidoscope Butterfly" (98261)
Memory Box "Moonlight Butterfly" (98260)
Sizzix "Raising 3-D (PopUp) Platform (658042)
Cheery Lynn "Happy" sentiment (B226)
Cheery Lynn "Birthday" sentiment (B231)
Marianne Design "embellishment" (6002/0149)

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17 comments:

redwasher1 said...

Wow, Wow, Wow, this is stunning!!! Hope you are feeling much better now!!

Desire Fourie said...

Selma this is just gorgeous. Love all the dimension with the flowers and the pop up butterfly surprise on the inside. Hope you are better.
Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

Chrissy said...

Beautiful,beautiful card Selma, the flowers and colours are gorgeous.

Luv CHRISSYxx

val jones said...

These pop up cards you are making are truly amazing.

You are so inspirational - thankyou.

Val in Spain xxx

Glenda said...

Your pop up cards are amazing! I haven't done many of these and they just fascinate me. Your flowers are simply gorgeous and of course, I love the butterflies!

Mihaela said...

Love the colors combination, flowers, butterfly, everything!!!

Sparkly Engineer said...

This is a lovely card inside and out. Anyone would be overwhelmed to receive such a gorgeous card.

Joan Fricker said...

Selma, wow is right as this is gorgeous. I am loving these pop up cards. Great job!!!!

Olga said...

WOW! this is breathtaking!!!

Maryann said...

This is totally outstanding beautiful Selma. Soooo stunning work. And the colors are breathtaking as well, I´m totally in love with this one here.

Diane said...

Stunning Selma...the flower is beyond gorgeous!!! I keep telling myself, that one of these days I am just going to sit down and make flowers...I think the more you make the better you get, (not you...me)...I need the practice!!

Anonymous said...

Eileen L. said....
Another gorgeous card to add to your collection. Love that pop-up, that looks tricky (at least for this newbie, LOL). The papers are beautiful. You do have the eye for details Selma.

ednamburgess said...

Loved the pink love card, but like this just as well. Such soft colors! Very pretty. Edna

Caroline D. said...

Ultra gorgeous!! Anyone would be thrilled to receive this beauty in the mail or with a gift!!

Gretchen Wilson said...

Oh Selma for being sick, you sure can whip up a beautiful. I think by these results, you must be feeling better. This gorgeous to say the least. Love to see what pops up everyday.
Hugs,
Gretchen

Antoinette Voorn said...

WOW! this is breathtaking!!!
colour combination is so good.

Greetings Antoinette

Anonymous said...

This is georgeous, especially with the coordinating theme inside.

Pat

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