Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Club Scrap October Literature Kit Blog Hop

Good Morning Everyone!

Welcome to the Club Scrap Literature Blog Hop. If you came from Anne Marie's Blog then you came from the right place.  If you didn't you can start at the beginning with Karen at Club Scrap's Blog.

This style pop up card is everywhere right now. It's circulating within the scrapbooking community. Artist Team member Hetty first did it a few weeks back. She inspired me to do one of my own. Here is the tutorial. It is actually much easier than it looks.

All product used was from the Literature Kit with the exception of the inside card background. That cork paper is from the Literature Digital Kit. The band is made with the cutapart and the brown shimmer paper is diecut with the butterfly from Elizabeth Craft Designs.






I hope you enjoyed this easy Pop Up using the Literature Kit.  Now to continue the fun head on over to Lisa's Blog.

15 comments:

  1. Tin, I love your version of the pop up card. It is beautiful with all the different papers.

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  2. Such a unique card style, and I have really been seeing it quite a bit lately. I must give it a try. Thanks for the inspiration!!

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  3. Fun and beautiful! I love how the pages come out! Gorgeous

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  4. How pretty and you have made this quite beautiful.

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  5. Absolutely Beautiful Pop up card Tina! Love your use of Literature on this! Super sweet hun!
    hugs
    Cheryl

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  6. This is such an awesome pop up, really pretty! Super job!

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  7. I've seen those cards on Pinterest, but have yet to give it a shot. Yours is beautiful! TFS!

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  8. Awesome cards Tina!!! I love so much

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  9. This is a beautiful keepsake, Tina. Just impeccable work!

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  10. Oh I just love this, looks so cool and moves!!! Nice perfect job on this!

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  11. Fantastic pop up! Very classy.

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  12. I've had my eye on that clever card design since Hetty posted it, too! I love how yours came out!

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  13. Wow! Your version is fantastic! Getting this card would be a double goodie for the receiver.

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