Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Karen Burniston Designer Challenge - Video Techniques 2nd Day: Rocky Doffs his Cap

Karen Burniston challenged the team to give our adaptation of any of her previous Designer Challenge videos.  I love Rocky the Crab and the card "Rocky Doffs his Cap" has such a cool techniue - so I decided I was going to give it a go....here's what I came up with.

Please read the entire post to find out how you can get a $10 gift card from Elizabeth Craft Designs.

I used Rectangle Pull Card as my base along with Sleigh Gift Card.  I used the companion rectangle in the set to die cut the window so you can view the inside of the card while in the closed position.  I used the Merry & Bright stamp set to stamp some snowflakes & the sentiment.
When you open the card you see Chilly the Penguin holding a present!  I made Chilly the Red Nose Reindeer!  The brads allow Chilly to move while being attached to the spinner.  Chilly's antler wasn't wide enough to attach the brad so I added the little snowflake from Sleigh Gift Card.  The red brad is what attaches his arm & allows movement.  The small red brad in the bow is attached to the pattern paper & then adhered to the card so the brad doesn't show through the back of the card.
Here's a little video of how the card opens.

To coincide with the November Designer Challenege, every purchase made over $40 of Karen Burniston Pop it Ups will receive a FREE $10 Gift Card. You will receive your Gift Card with your order in the mail and your Gift Card can be used on the Elizabeth Craft Designs website. This offer only applies to purchases made on our website between Tuesday, November 17th and Thursday, November 19th.

Happy Stampin',

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  1. fun card Raquel, love Chilly jumping up from behind the sleigh

  2. This card is beyond clever - and just so darn much fun. Great job as always.