Monday, September 5, 2022

Karen Burniston - KB Riley LLC September 2022 New Release Blog Hop



Hi Crafty Friends! Welcome to our Karen Burniston Products - KB Riley LLC September Release Blog Hop. The Design Team have come together with Karen today for a fun blog hop to celebrate the release of 13 new dies. Sneak peeks of the new release started last week and the dies are available to order NOW!


This release includes:
  • 1 new charm die set
  • 1 new word set
  • 1 new Halloween die set
  • 2 new Halloween Pattern Plates
  • 2 new pop-up die sets
  • 2 new pop-up extra sets to coordinate with one of the new die sets
  • 1 new "Ball" add-ons set
  • 3 new "Ball" Double-Ups sets
Die are available to order now on the website karenburniston.com

Giveaway:

To celebrate the new release, Karen Burniston and each of the Karen Burniston - KB Riley LLC Design Team members will be giving away a $25 Gift Certificate to some lucky person who comments on our blog posts, so make sure you join the hop and comment on everyone's blog post. Winners will be randomly chosen from ALL of the blog hop comments received on our blog posts by Monday, 12th September 2022. There are lots of chances to win some goodies, so just leave a comment on this post or any other blog hop posts to enter! Don't forget to leave some way for us to contact you, in case you are a lucky winner!

My card today features the new Fireplace Pop-Up, Fireplace Extras, Skeleton and Bat and Slim Pattern Plate - Bats. As soon as I seen the fireplace and the skeleton I wanted to make a Halloween card that was inspired by the Haunted Mansion at Disney World. I loved that ride so much! 

For the front of the card, I used the house from the House and Fence Pop-Up, the tower from the Castle Pop-Up, the cemetery from the Halloween Scene, the pumpkins, cobweb and BOO! from the Halloween Elements. The bats are from the new release Slim Pattern Plate - Bats. I used glow in the dark embossing powder and VersaMark ink to create the glow in the dark elements on the front of 

this card. I used Distress Oxide ink to create the background. 

For the inside of this card, I made the floor by hand. I wanted it to look old and worn so with pencil I drew out the floor boards and then colored them in with Copic markers. I printed out a free download of the wallpaper from the Haunted Mansion for the back of the fireplace. I used a glow in the dark marker to all the eyes on the wallpaper.

For the fireplace, I die cut it out using 110lb black cardstock and I used Ranger paste over the fireplace die and once it was dry, I colored over each brick with Copic markers to add the gray brick details. I die cut out the small details such as the grate, the vase, the clock and mantel and colored them using Copic markers. I die cut the ghost, skeleton, cobweb, clock face and Happy Halloween sentiment and used glow in the dark embossing powder with VersaMark ink.  


For the fireplace, I die cut it out using 110lb black cardstock and I used Ranger paste over the fireplace die and once it was dry, I colored over each brick with Copic markers to add the gray brick details. I die cut out the small details such as the grate, the vase, the clock and mantel and colored them using Copic markers. I die cut the ghost, skeleton, cobweb, clock face and Happy Halloween sentiment and used glow in the dark embossing powder with VersaMark ink. For the pictures on the wall, I found the "Family Pictures" that are on the walls in the Haunted Mansion and printed them out. I colored the frames to look weathered and old and added the family photos. I did the same for the "Tomb Sweet Tomb" over the fireplace. 

For the fire in the fireplace, I colored it in with green Copic markers. I was going to use green lights inside the fireplace, but with the foam it would take to place the lights where I wanted them, I wouldn't be able to close the card (and yes I figured that out the hard way lol). So I tried putting the lights inside the mechanism for the fireplace, but again I couldn't get it just right. So I scrapped that idea before I ended up ruining all my hard work. I wish now I had made the fire in the fireplace glow in the dark, but that's ok. I really love how this card came out and with all the new extras in this new release, there are so many little details you can add, which I think is my favorite thing to do. 

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog for the Karen Burniston - KB Riley LLC September 2022 New Release Blog Hop! I hope you are enjoying and finding inspiration from all of the amazing design team members. 

To continue on the Blog Hop, click on the next design team member on the list which is the incredibly talented Karen Aiken!

If you need the list of the Karen Burniston design team Blog Hop Blogs, see below. Thank you for stopping by!

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49 comments:

  1. What a great card - the detail is amazing!

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  2. Love the glow-in-the dark features of your adorable scene card!

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  3. This is wonderful, Jennifer. When I saw it the first time, I was inspired to get some of that cool glow-in-the-dark embossing powder. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  4. That's a lot of work but it makes the card perfect.

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  5. Got to find the embossing powder. Starting to make card while waiting for fireplace die to arrive. Halloween scene love it

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  6. That is absolutely fantastic!!! Love the glow in the dark embossing powder! I must try this!

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  7. This card is spooktacular!

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  8. Wow!!!!! This card is amazing!!!! Love the front of the card and the background is awesome! The idea to use the tower is great! I love the inside as well and the glow in the dark elements too. Such attention to detail. You rocked challenge!!!

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  9. I love the glow in the dark paper. Didn't even know there was such a thing.

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  10. I love the glow in the dark idea and the entire card is so wonderful!

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  12. Love the spooky night scene

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  13. This card is adorable. I don't know which I like better, the inside or the outside, but either one is just the cutest. I love how it lights up too! Great Job!

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  14. risaleneecreations@gmail.comSeptember 5, 2022 at 8:58 AM

    I LOVE the glowing effect you have on your card. t adds that magical touch.

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  15. Love your card. Halloween is so fun and this card is amazing!

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  16. Think I need to buy some glow in the dark embossing powder. Never tried it before, but I love the look of this catdf

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  17. This is great! I love the glow in the dark feature. Just so fun!

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  18. OMG I can't pick a favorite detail! Your card is an amazing Halloween treat! Love the glow in the dark eyes, the bricks all the way down to the wooden floor. Just WOW!

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  19. Wow wow wow!!! I'm just floored by all the detail in your card. This is certainly a work of art!

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  20. Love the glow in the dark feature! Really cool card!

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  21. Glow in the card magic! So many delightful details. Wonderful card! Love it!! gmalew@twc,com

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  22. Such a spooktacular scene

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  23. Wowie, Zowie! All your attention to detail, the coloring, texturizing with paste, the embossing, use of glow in the dark inks and paints, creating your own flooring... resulted in a work-of-art kind of card! Thank you for sharing your process and this amazing card!

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  24. Wow! This card is amazing! Wonderful detail!

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  25. What a special card! Some lucky recipient is going to be thrilled with it!

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  26. Omg! Didn’t even know they made glow in the dark embossing powder! Absolutely love it!

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  27. Right up my alley with this fun Halloween scene! I love the glow in the dark feature! Great use of the fireplace and all the fabulous dies you used! I love that fun skeleton!

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  28. Love your card! Can’t wait to get my pop up fireplace!

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  29. Spooky Scary in a Fun way - love love all about this card! TFS

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  30. What a spooky card, love the glow in the dark embossing powder. I think I have some in my stash, ill need to check. Great card

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  31. I love your take on this die sweet! Amazing!

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  32. Spooky scenes inside and out and the glow in the dark is perfect.

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  33. Awesome card! I have to pull out my glow in dark embossing. It looks fabulous

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  34. I LOVE Halloween and this card is sooo GREAT. You did a fantastic job. Lots of extras and the glow in the dark is great.

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  35. I'm such a sucker for Halloween and glow-in-the-dark things, so this is ticking all of my boxes!

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  36. Love your ink shading & the glow in dark features. SO INSPIRING! BRAVA! HUGS! YOU ARE LOVED!

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  37. WOWZA!!! Your card is beyond amazing. So many fabulous details. I can't even imagine how much time you put into it.

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  38. GREAT idea using the glow in the dark!

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  39. I love the glow in the dark! A fantastic NEW idea for me!

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  40. This is sooooo awesome! I LOVE the glow in the dark! Great Halloween Scene!!!!!!!

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