Saturday, February 4, 2017

Bake Me a Bloobel Cake Twisted Pop-Up Card

This is the second Progressive Challenge, Facebook, hosted by Lisa of Bloobel Stamps. I just love this image, Bake Me a Cake, as it comes with all kinds of little items you could add. I decided to build a cake as I just got a new set from Newton's Nook Designs, Made From Scratch, that I thought would make the inside pop-up fun.
Inside with Twist Opened



Copic Colors Used








I followed a tutorial from Dina on Split Coast Stampers to make the Twisted Pop Up Card. I must say that it took me more than one try to grasp the last step. But, I finally got it and decided to do a video to show how it opens.
video

Also shared with Creative Knockouts #179

Thanks for stopping by. I love reading your comments!


10 comments:

  1. This is amazing. Your colouring is stunning, I just hope as a newbie to alcohol markers that with time, want and dedication that I could eventually become as talented. I got into the colouring due to starting back into crafting cards in November last year and I was lucky to get Spectrum Noir markers full collection with money from Christmas. I've been watching hundreds of UTUBE video tutorials over the last few weeks. Your card is amazing and I look forward to learning techniques from yourself as I came across you on Koala-T-Crafts by following links about the February challange. I've never seen a pop up card like this and think I may have a go, as I'm starting a card tomorrow for my best friend just to say how much I appreciate her friendship. Thanks for the inspiration. Is it OK if I was to send u a pic of my effort when finished. Thanks again I'm now eager to look and learn from you. Xx

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    1. Hi Vanessa! Glad you found my blog. You will find far more talent out there as you start in this card making journey. Spectrum Noir offers a free online class on using their markers and you even become an accredited colorist when you finish https://www.spectrumnoir.com/accreditations/
      Of course you can send me a picture of your completed project. I look forward to seeing it! (My email is jeanchaneyaz@gmail.com)

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  2. Super fun image and the paper works so perfect in your card. love it and the tutorial.Thank you so much for sharing your precious creation with us at Creative Knockouts Birthday Wishes Challenge.

    Tamie DT

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    1. Thank you so much, Tamie. I really appreciate your kind comments!

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  3. Wow, Jean, this is FANTASTIC! I have been seeing this type of fold, but have not tried it! Maybe I will, now! Love it!

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    1. Thanks, Janet. It wasn't easy for me as I got stuck on the last step...over and over, LOL! But, now that I've done it I can see that it wouldn't be difficult for most people! Do give it a try.

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  4. Fun folds are always just that - FUN! I made one of these for my husband for his birthday. Your theme for the card is wonderful - love it!

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    1. I'll bet it didn't take you a ton of tries to get this fold right, Melanie LOL!

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  5. Oh, wow! Glad I came snooping at your blog! This is such a great folded card and I totally love the front with the gingham checked paper!! Perfect for a baking/cooking card!! Love all you did. Must have taken you a long time with all the details!! Well worth it though!!
    Hugs!
    Darcy

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    1. I have a video on this one on Instagram, Darcy, if you want to see how it opens! Yes, it took forever LOL!

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