It's day two of Designers Challenge week with Karen Burniston. Her challenge to the team is Summer Lovin. When I think summer - I think, swimming, picnics and the 4th of July. I made a patriotic card this time combining 2 of Karen's Accordion Cards, the Star Accordion and the Fancy Label Accordion.
Don't forget to go to Karen's blog tomorrow to see everything the team made as well as a new video from her. She always has great techniques to share.
It's Designer Challenge week and Karen Burniston has challenged us with the theme "Summer Lovin". I'm taking you on a trip to the beach where Rocky is seizing the day.
I used the Beach Edges to create the sand and ocean and then, of course, Rocky the Crab. The Palm Tree and Pail added some fun and then I finished off the scene with clouds from the All Seasons Tree and the sun from the Oval Pull Card - all linked below.
Sometimes when I use a fun product like Karen Burniston’s Hot Air Balloon Pop Up Die I see something different than the intended end result.I have made several hot air balloons using this die but from the moment I took it out of the package I saw it as a light bulb.Today I have a quick post card that I made sharing my different point of view, hope you enjoy it.
For the front I simply cut three balloons, turning them upside down and then added the altered gondola, also upside down.The bulbs were added to a black panel cut from Els van de Burgt’s Dotted Scallop Rectangle.
I used the Hanging Charm Pull Tab to make the card slide and stand up revealing the greeting.
For a different point of view simply turn something upside down.
For this post card I usedlots of great dies, stamps and papers from Elizabeth Craft Designs all linked below so you can click to shop.