Today's class was on pop-ups. We learned how to make our own pop-up cuts in paper, the basic construction of pop-ups and then used the Elizabeth Craft Designs bench pop-up die to make our cards. Amazing results! Patti Jo made this wonderful card (and once again, the photos just don't do it justice at all.) The swan is cut in white micro glitter paper. The tree is a die cut from Dreamweaver. You can order any product through our local scrapbook store by calling them at 719-275-2526.
This is the front of her card using Graphic 45 paper that has unfortunately been discontinued. Wouldn't you love to get a card like this and when you opened it up the bench just popped up to greet you?
Rhonda's card would be a complete, total surprise. The front is just so simple and sweet....
but what a great, wonderful surprise when you open it up! Who knew a white tree could be so stunning??? Now, want to know a secret? She's used holly leaves for her flower petals. Cut and folded - you wouldn't have guessed that if I hadn't told you!!!
And don't those deer look like they are a foot deep in the grass? How'd she do that anyway???
Mary used some vintage 12xtwelve paper. The company, sadly, is no longer in business. But look at what she did to the flower behind the bench! Cut and curled the petals. Then hand cut out all the smaller daisies to surround her bench.
Again, the front of the card is so simply, you'd never guess what's inside. What creativity!!!
Carolyn didn't finish her card, but I can hardly wait to see it. Just incredibly amazing work - they are all such one-of-a-kind pieces of art. I had so much fun teaching this class. We're planning a great pop-up class for April, so check the store blog often!