After seeing something similar on a YouTube video I couldn't wait to try making these wiper pop-up cards.
I'm really happy with how they came out and how many different ways they can be used. As with everything crafty your imagination is your only limit.
Ice-cream Card Front:
The background was created by sponging Lemon, Pixie, and Glacier inks randomly over the card base.
Then I used the new Stitched Rectangle Frames I'm in love with to cut a white frame.
I liked the sponged background and wanted to show a bit more so I used the circles from the Shaker Window Thin Cuts to cut a piece out of the white frame and then cut a stitched circle frame to go around the circle.
The ice-cream's were coloured in with watercolour paints and the shadow stamp of the ice-cream cone was inked using the rock'n'roll effect. Keep an eye out for the next post where I share the rock'n'roll effect on a new stamp set.
Air plane Birthday Card Front:
The blue cloud background was cut on the Cricut using the Artistry Collection. If you've previously purchased this collection you'll be able to open the Cricut file I've created for this card and make it with ease. If not I'm sure there are some cloud designs available to use on Design Space.
The paper air plane comes on the Wish You Were Here stamp set. I reversed the image for one of the planes using the back of a stamp.
So, with the fronts explained, who's excited to give these a try?
I can't wait to see what you create with this template, and can only imagine the smiles on peoples faces when they receive a card like this.
The button below will take you to my Freebies page where you'll find the video and Cricut link to access the different files.
For anyone who doesn't have a Cricut I've added the option to purchase the mechanisms in packs of 10. Click the Store button below.
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I've been crafting for as long as I can remember. My father was a printer, bookbinder and finisher so we always had access to plenty of paper and learned the... (...read more)