Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Good Morning!

Boy Minnesota has had it rough the last few days. We had a huge snow storm go through and it left us with 9", but up to 15" in other cities along the storms path.

This weekend I pretty much stayed in. I got a lot of things done. My craft room is now presentable. I am going to take photos today if the light in there is good. I have to thank my good friend Erica for helping me reorganize everything. While organizing, we decided that this summer we are going to have a huge "craft" garage sale. I have 3 huge bags already full.

Now onto The Cuttlebug Spot Tuesday!

We have a great challenge for you! create a Pop-Up card.

There are a lot of patterns and tutorials out there to get inspiration from. Mine came from an old copy of Stampers Sampler (2008) for a purse that has a pop-out inside.

Stamps—Prickley Pear, saying from Papertry ink
Paper—Daisy D's, red with polka dots (unknown)
Ink— Momento, Copic Markers and Versamark
Ribbon—Rick Rack Offray, Stripe May Arts
Other—Foam tape, piggy tales spring, Sassafass bunny, smooch (on records) and string

Go to The Cuttlebug Spot and enter the challenge.


  1. Way too much snow for me...I'm glad that we are going on vacation on soon! Sun and sand!
    Sounds like I should come to your garage sale this spring!
    Nice cards :)

  2. Adorable, Jennifer! Now this is one pop up I've never seen. Too cute! xxD

  3. O my gosh Jennifer, this is totally adorable!!! Looks very difficult to make, is it??
    Do you have a tutorial? Would love to learn, it is a nice way to give money to a birthdayboy/girl. In the Netherlands a lot of people rather receive money than a gift ( not me, not me LOL).


  4. Great fold!
    I looove this card!
    I would love to be able to do it myself!lol.

  5. Fab card - a lovely way to present a little gift!
    Helen x

  6. This is really cool, Jennifer. What a neat pop up. I have never seen one like this before. Love your vintage look!

  7. I love the vintage look of your card and the pop-up element is great.


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