Friday, February 16, 2018

Lawn Fawn February Inspiration & Release Week: Pivot Pop-Up

Hello! Welcome back to another day of Lawn Fawn Release Week! Today we are focusing on the new Pivot Pop-up Die.

I made a galaxy background blending distress inks and then added some water and gold watercolor splatters.  After everything was dry I die cut the outside in stars from the galaxy panel.  I also cut the same stars from Sunflower cardstock and stamped my sentiment and tiny stars in black ink.  I mounted the panel and inlaid the stars onto a card base made from Blue Jay cardstock.  I also added some tiny stars stamped with Delicata gold ink and hand drew some gold tie strings to make them look like they hang from the top.


For the inside of the cards I repeated the same galaxy ink blending after I had embossed the constellations using glow-in-the-dark embossing powder for the top panel and pivot pop up panels.  For the bottom panel I used Noble Fir cardstock and blended on distress oxide inks in broken china and cracked pistachio using a finger tip blender to create the look of the earth below.  The stars and the moon are gold embossed on Sunflower cardstock and I mounted some of the stars on clear acetate strips off the back of the pop up panel.  Because there is not much clearance when opening and closing the pivot pop up card any elements sticking off the top of the panel, espeically on the right, need to be flexable.  The acetate help with this problem.


Be sure to check out the Lawn Fawn blog for more pivot pop up cards.  As well as a video where Kelly recreated this card.  All new products will be avaliable February 22.  Thanks for stopping by today!



sharon said...[Reply to comment]

Love your little stargazers.

Heather M said...[Reply to comment]

Love your night sky and star gazers!!

Andre M. said...[Reply to comment]

Your blending is beautiful. Love these fun cards.

Cathy Lillie said...[Reply to comment]

You can tell an amazing amount of work went into your card! I love the Upon a Star stamp set and it looks fantastic in your card! The glow in the dark stars are perfect!

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