Wednesday, May 17, 2023

Cowboy Flip Frame Pop-Up Birthday Card

 Hello and Welcome! Today's card features Karen Burniston's Flip Frame Pop-Up along with My Favorite Things stamp set - Saddle Up & Celebrate. 

For this card, I started with a A2 sized card using Lawn Fawn's Ground Coffee cardstock. I used blue gingham patterned paper from Echo Park called Fun on the Farm as my background. I aged the edges of the patterned paper using Simon Says Stamp Cappuccino Pawsitively Saturated Ink and a blending brush. 

I die cut the frame for the Flip Frame Pop-Up, using some scrap kraft cardstock. I added a black background using the largest rectangle frame from the set. Then I cut out the smaller frame from Neenah Classic Crest smooth white cardstock. I stamped and masked my images the way I wanted, then colored them in with my Copic markers. 

I stamped the remaining images I wanted to use for this card on the same smooth white cardstock and colored them in with Copic markers. Then I used the coordinating dies to cut the stamped images out. 

I die cut a small rectangle from the same Ground Coffee cardstock as the card base and one from white cardstock to create an area for the sender to sign the card. 

I also created a second frame for the other side of the card using the dies from the Flip Frame set and adding wood looking details to the frame as I did with the flip frame. I did this using a Copic marker and loosely creating lines on the frame. 

I used Karen Burniston's Word Set 2 - Birthday Die Set and cut out the "make a wish" sentiment to add to the bottom of the card. 

For the front of the card, I continued the same theme, adding another flip frame and more of the images from the MFT Saddle Up & Celebrate stamp set. 

I die cut the "Happy Birthday to you" sentiment from Word Set 2 - Birthday Die Set as well and added it to the frame. 

This was my first card using the Flip Frame and it was incredibly simple to put together! For a more thorough walkthrough, click here to watch Karen Burniston's assembly video. 

Thank you so much for stopping by today and Happy Crafting!

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