Monday, July 1, 2024

Karen Burniston June 2024 New Release - Blog Hop Day!

Hi Crafty Friends,

Welcome to our Karen Burniston Products - KB Riley LLC June 2024 Release Blog Hop. The Design Team have come together with Karen today for a fun blog hop to celebrate the release of 12 new dies and 5 new stamp sets. Sneak peeks of the new release started last week, and the dies are available to order NOW!


This release includes:
  • 2 new Pop-up Die Sets
  • 2 new Pop-up Add-ons Die Sets
  • 2 new Lorna Add-ons Die Sets
  • 1 new Fancy Label Add-on Die Set
  • 1 new Fancy Label Frame Die Set
  • 2 new Border Die Sets
  • 1 new Sentiment Shadow Die Set
  • 1 new Charm Set Die Set
  • 5 new Clear Sentiment Stamp Sets
Dies are available to order now on the website.
GIVEAWAY:
To celebrate the 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, 8th July 2024. 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!
For my Blog Hop Card, I created a Pirate themed card!!!

For this card, I needed to create a custom sized background, since I wanted to add two different pop-up areas. The dimensions of this card are 5x7 in the centre, then each side panel is 3 1/8 x 5. I added a 1/2inch tab on each side to add it to the centre panel. 
Once I had my card base created, I began to create the background. Using smooth white cardstock, I created the beach and water areas. I used Distress Oxide Ink in Tumbled Glass, Mermaid Lagoon and Chipped Sapphire. Then for the beach I used Distress Ink in Vintage Photo and Antique Linen. I added splatters of Distress Spray to create the beach details. 
For the Pirate Hut, I used the Tiny House Pop-Up to create the base. With a pencil, I drew wood panels, then colored them in with Copic markers. I used pencil crayons to add more detail to the wood panels, such as dirt, and green like the cabin was mouldy. 
I added a thatched roof from the Beach Bar Tiny House Add-On using a dark brown cardstock. I also used the door and wood pieces from the Haunted Tiny House Add-On to make it look like an abandoned Pirate Hut. 
Lastly, I added the skull and bones from the new Pirate Borders and Pirate Ship Add-On. I then created the back piece with the palm trees and treasure chest. I used the Small Scenes Bam Box Pop-Up to die cut the beach hill. Then used the palm trees from the Palm Tree Pop-Up and the Beach Bar Tiny House Pop-Up. I cut them from smooth white cardstock and colored them in using Copic markers. Then I die cut the treasure chest from the Pirate Borders, adding some of the jewellery. Then I glued it to the back of the house, making sure that it would close and that it would stay in the card.
For the pirate ship, I wanted it to look like the Jolly Roger, so I used a dark brown ship base and added a red trim. I added gold cardstock for the port holes, adding black on top of each port hole. 
Then I created the different pirate flags, using some scrap cardstock I have in my stash. 
I added some detail to the boat using a pencil crayon, so it would look like wood paneling. 
I added some waves to the bottom of the boat, die cutting it from a light blue cardstock. 

I added some dolphins from the Sail Away Borders, then used the crab and turtle from the Sea Animals to add some characters to my card. 
I stamped the two sentiments on to the card using the new Pirate Sentiments stamp set. Lastly, I added a place to sign the card, using the extra labels that come with the Lorna Label die set. 

For the front of the card, I added more Pirate Borders, along with the sentiment "Yo Ho Ho" using the Alphabet dies and gold and black cardstock. 
Thank you so much for joining in on our Blog Hop! Be sure to keep going by visiting the next blog in our hop using the list below. Be sure to leave a comment with your name and email address. The names of the winners will be picked and listed the following week. Happy Crafting!!

Jennifer Webster - you are here!

57 comments:

  1. Yo Ho HO ! Just got to love pirates!

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  2. Pirates always get my Yo Ho HO! Love your card!

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  3. Wow, this card is a full story book, with both pirate ship and hut! Very nice!

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  4. I’m just loving these boat cards!

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  5. These boat dies are so fun! Can’t wait to play with them!!

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  6. This is a work of art! So beautiful! And I can only imagine the time and planning involved!

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  7. Wow! That is so fantastic it is almost a toy!

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  8. Love how you added the hut to the pirate ship. Land-ho!

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  9. I love your card! That little pirate hut and booty chest to go with the pirate ship are perfect!

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  10. So cool!! Now I’m thinking how to adapt your ideas for my adult son’s bday 😁

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  11. This card is awesome!

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  12. Aargh! Fond of wonderful pirate ship creation.

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  13. your card is awesome!!! mine have been ordered waiting to receive cant wait!!!

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  14. Love the dhole beach scene with the pirate ship.

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  15. Awesome card. So much going on.... Just like in a story book.

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  16. Wow...every detail is thought of. What a great card. I love it all. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  17. NO WAY! This is incredible! Soooo many little pirate details! I LOVE the little crab and of course the boat!

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  18. So cute and adorable! This would make a great card for someone special. Thanks for sharing your wonderful talent with the world.
    Ivy
    n1sunrider@aol.com
    n1sunrider.blogspot.com

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  19. Lauryne CunninghamJuly 1, 2024 at 3:28 PM

    Wow! What an amazing design! I love the pirate ship! lcunningham2@sbcglobal.net

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  20. This card is so inspiring! I can envision a card with 2 boats in a battle...so fun!

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  21. love the hut and ship card idea !

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  22. Wow, you really went to work here. This card is sooooo cute. Thanks for sharing your idea.

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  23. Your card is absolutely ahmazing! Loving all little the details you added, coloring in wood panels, the treasure chest, the waves.... all make your pop up card creation wonderful. So much inspiration, thank you!

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  24. OMG wow that pirate hut with the wood panels! Awesome!

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  25. Love this card. Very inspired with your creation. Love the double fold/ popup use

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  26. Oh my! This is just incredible!

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  27. Wow! Anyone would love receiving this card! Just a wonderful display! Makes feel like I'm on the beach!

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  28. I love the pirate ship..your card is amazing with all the extra touches...rockieriverrover@gmail.com

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  29. LOVE your card!!! Love the pirate theme!!! OMG, there are so many cool features like the hut, the palm trees, and the ship!!!! Fantastic job!
    joni
    arcocha@yahoo.com

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  30. Love the scene you created with these fun pop-ups! The pirate ship is fabulous!
    deniseb777ATgmailDOTcom

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  31. WOW! Amazing card 👏

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  32. WOW! Amazing card 👏

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  33. How cute is this combination of dies

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  34. Am amazed by your two-fer of the pirates ship and the hut and palm trees which are so fantastic all together!! These new dies are such a great combo for the summer and always!

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  35. YO HO HO ! WOW! I Love your card. The ship is great but I Love your pirate hut, you made ir look so real. Thank you .

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  36. I just love the whole scene in this card.

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  37. Love your boat card. It looks great with the breach hut!

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  38. LOVE this card! The best part is that I ordered the dies last night as well as the house pop-up die - cannot wait to make this!!

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  39. How long did it take to make this card? Want to try to make for a very special person. Karen.surratt2014@yahoo.com

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  40. Love this card you used so many coordinating dies !! Djwankel@gmail.com

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  41. I love anything Pirate related. Cant wait to try this out

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  42. All I can say is WOW! Using both the ship and hut made a really wonderful card,

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  43. My comment above is WOW! gagricla@hotmail.com

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  44. You never cease to amaze! Your coloring is just wow! Thank you for continuing to inspire me!

    Lisa_monken@cox.net

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  45. As always, a very creative card! Love the two pop-ups.

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  46. AWESOME!!! So many wonderful details. Thanks for the steps on how you created your card. vrc at prodigy.net

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  47. I love the card you created!

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