Welcome to the Cheery Lynn Designs 3D Pop Up Die New Release Blog Hop.
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These new pop up dies are so much fun and there are so many coordinating dies in the Cheery Lynn offerings to create a pretty matching card front. They will love the front of the card, and then you will ‘knock their socks off’ with the pop up element on the inside!
Cheery Lynn Designs dies used:
*NEW* B936 Pop Up Flowers
B797 Whimsical Sun & Cloud set
B777 Floral Bouquet kit
DL280 Royal Scandinavian Doily
There are several different types of pop up dies in this collection including top fold pop ups, single step pop ups and double step pop ups. I am sharing the video for the single step pop up below, but you can view all the videos HERE.
Cheery Lynn Designs Folding Tutorial for Single Step Pop Up Die Elements To view this video on YouTube, please click HERE.
Cheery Lynn Designs ‘Add Color to Your Pop Up Die Elements’ Video Tutorial
To view this video on YouTube, please click HERE.
To view the other videos in this series, please click HERE.
The front of my card was created by layering the sentiment panel over the pretty Royal Scandinavian Doily that was mounted on several different color cardstock layers with white mulberry paper in between. My flowers were cut and shaped with a stylus and foam pad and arranged with some foliage under the sentiment.
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Now for my headband of the month: This headband was created on a 3/4″ White Plastic Headband using the two of the 3/8″ printed grosgrain ribbons from the July Ribbon Club Assortment. The solid shocking pink ribbon is just the back side of the printed heart ribbon. Yup, you can use whichever side you prefer!
For a video tutorial on how to create this headband, please click HERE.
I kept it to only pink this time with little pops of white. I mean, you just can’t go wrong with pink, right? My background paper was created with Distress Inks to give it a bit of movement and interest.