Wedding Card with a Double Pop n’ Cut
Wedding cards can be so much fun to create and make. The card I will share today is for Lloyd’s daughter’s wedding this weekend. And did I ever have fun making this one. Yes, it was a little intricate but oh, so much fun!!!
Before I get to showing you the wedding card, I have some Stampin’ Up! news. The Holiday Catalogue is live today…and with lots of new goodies. It’s even INTERACTIVE..Wow
Watch this video and it will show you how to get the Layar app up and running on your i-phone, i-pad and android devices.
When you scan the interactive image in the catalogue, you will be taken to a video that will show you how to use the product…WOW!
Ok, I have more new products to share – I can hardly contain myself but it’s time to get on with the wedding card.
Now, you may ask how the double pop up was done. This technique was demonstrated at the 2013 Convention by Karen Burniston. The card stock is doubled and folded in half. Lay the fold is laid in the middle of the table leg and then cut out with the dress form pop n’ cut.
The link to the tuxedo template
Stamps: Day Dream Medallions (c – 126467, w- 131976, p115 2013/14 Annual Catalogue), Perfectly Penned (c – 122892, w- 128703, p95 2013/14 Annual Catalogue), Yippee Skippee (c – 131344, w- 131341, p37 2013/14 Annual Catalogue)
Paper: Basic Black, Very Vanilla, Real Red, Sahara Sand, Whisper White, Naturals White, Retired DSP
Ink: Black Stazon
Accessories: Big Shot, Dress Form Pop ‘n Cuts, Framelits: Dress Up, Floral Frames Collection, Hearts Collection, Squares Collection, Expression Thinlits, Delicate Design Embossing Folder, Champagne Glimmer Paper, Gold Foil Sheets, Silver Foil Sheets, Pearls, Flower Trim (Spring 2013 Catalogue), Rounded Corner Punch, Pearl Jewel, Versamark, Gold Embossing Powder
On the front of the card, one of the new Expression Thinlits Die was used. The trick to getting this die to cut cleanly and removing the paper from the die is wax paper easy.
When you build your layers for the sandwich:
paper, then 2 layers of wax paper and then the die. Use your paper piercer to poke gently into the small hole on the die and your paper will pop right out!
The mirror on the inside of the card was done using the Silver Foil Paper Check it out HERE
Check back for my next post and I show you some of the other new products that are not even in the catalogues.
So in the meantime, Happy Stamping