What can I say, this was the easier version of what I ultimately want to do with this idea. I've never actually made a swish-n-pop card. I had to wait 2 weeks to go to town and pick up the die set to even try it. But can I say, OH MY SWEET BABY DUCK, it's freaking awesome! I was so excided that it actually worked all the way put together and that I didn't have to settle for less than I imagined.
Please keep in mind this was the process from beginning to end and I don't do dry runs. I just jump in feet first and ask questions later. I did have to regroup a few times and I almost gave up and was just going to make it regular and do the Swish-n-Pop with the same design on a flat card...because the idea overall was adorable and would transfer well into a regular card without all the extra headaches. I truthfully didn't think it would work by the time I had put the added flap on for stability. But perseverance pays off sometimes.
Here are a couple more close up stills if you needed more up close images. Note that this was in the second slot from the edge with the pull tab hanging out. I'm not sure if any of the other will work the same way, but you are welcome to find out for yourselves.
Lawn Fawn Platform Pop-Up and Add-on
LF Swish-N-Pop Dies
LF Scripty Bubbles
CTMH Baby (D1022)
LF Bubble Border Dies
Pattern Paper CTMH Urban Collection
Pearlescent Vellum LF
Iridescent 105lb Gin Fizz or Crystal Metallic Cover
LF Jet Black Ink on Xpress-It Cardstock
- Bubbles R080,Y030,MG020,V230
- Teals- 61,58,57,
- Yellow- 33,44,35
- Orange- 24,25
- Greys- CG0,CG1,CG2
- Momma Duck E210
Keep Getting Inky,
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