Dressed Up? Yes, Stampin’ Up! released a brand new die cut in their Spring 2013 catalogue. It’s the Pop ‘n Cuts to be used with the All Dressed Up stamp and framelit dies. It’s like playing dress up and cut out dolls at the same time. The grown up version.
The card base Pop ‘n’ Cuts is magnetic and you can insert the Pop ‘n Cuts Dress Form inside the base to cut a fun pop-up card.
Once you get the base and the dress form assembled you can make a multitude of different dresses with the All Dressed Up stamp set and framelit dies. Change out the card stock, the designer series papers and the ink and you have a whole new dress. How about adding some embellishments to make them look like accessories, a ribbon for a belt, rhinestones and pearls for necklaces, or a flower pin to wear on the dress.
The possibilities are endless!
What’s also neat about this Pop ‘n Cuts base is that you can use it on its own to make different types of cards and fancy folds.
Plus by using your imagination you can create other types of pop-up using the mechanism from the Dress Form Pop ‘n Cuts Die. Maybe a Birthday Cake that pops out, or a bouquet of flowers. What other types of things can you think of?
I have made a couple of different types of cards and I will share over the next week or so.
This is the first one:
Stamps: Just Believe (c – 120453, w- 116948, p77 2012/13 Annual Catalogue), Papillon Potpourri ( c – 123759, w- 123757, p115 2012/13 Annual Catalogue), Loving Thoughts (c – 125845, w- 125843, p136 2012/13 Annual Catalogue), From My Heart (c – 126557, w- 126555, p139 2012/13 Annual Catalogue), All Dressed Up (c – 129174, w- 129171 p32 2013 Spring Catalogue
Paper: Whisper White, Baja Breeze, Calypso Coral, Floral District DSP
Ink: Lucky Limeade, Primrose Petals, Daffodil Delight, Baja Breeze, Calypso Coral, Whisper White Craft
Accessories: Big Shot, Finishing Touches Edgelits, Card Base Pop ‘n Cuts , Dress Form Pop ‘n Cuts, Dress Up Framelits,Petals-a-Plenty Embossing Folder White Lace Tape, Decorative Label Punch, Elegant Butterfly Punch, Bitty Butterfly Punch,
The Pop ‘n Cuts Dies take a bit of practice to get the folds right and align the inside papers with the card base. I later posts, I will show you other ways to get these lined up
I just know that I am going to have with these Pop ‘n Cut Dies