Sunday, July 24, 2016
Christine Peterson of Calla Lily Studio and her fabulous Card in a Box Crib card, and Traci Penrod's super cute Pop Up Crib Card. You can find several of Chris' cards as well as a wonderful video tutorial here; and Traci's adorable card and tutorial here. Loved both ladies' cards so much that I had a hard time deciding which to make. Then I thought, "Why not try and combine them both into one card?"
My Scrap Chick.
Sunday, July 17, 2016
I wanted to make another easel type graduation card similar to the one I made earlier for the Seattle University graduate, but changed it up for a girl graduating in a formal white muu muu.
Saturday, July 2, 2016
Mounted both Mickey and Minnie onto the card with wobblers to add some fun and silliness!
Front of the card opens down to reveal a simple pop up style card inside.
I wanted to use different Tsums for her card this year so I added Daisy, Sully, Stitch, Piglet, and Alien (Toy Story). Everything went a lot quicker this time around thanks to the fantastic free cutting files so generously shared by Krafty Nook. If you love Disney as much as I do, you'll definitely want to check out her blog. She creates and shares the most awesome fan art svg cutting files ever! Thanks to Krafty Nook, the only Tsum cutting file I had to create on my own this time was for Stitch. Everything was cut using plain white cardstock, then colored with Copic pens.
Before I close, I wanted to share a photo of just a part of my dear sister in law's amazing Tsum Tsum collection.This is probably only about a third of her collection, but this is as many as I could get to stack up and fit in my photo. Aren't they ADORABLE?!!!