Saturday, October 22, 2016

Male Birthday Tattered Lace Pop Up Card

I am back every Saturday and excited to show you cards that I made this month with the Tattered Lace Essential Pop Up Card die set that was purchased from The Rubber Buggy on-line store.  If you ever made a pop us card without this die set, there is a lot of measuring and scoring which takes time before you begin decorating the inside.  Well, Tattered Lace Design did all of this work for you and leaves you the fun of decorating it.  
 Last week, I showed you a birthday card for a female made with this wonderful Tattered Lace Pop Up die set.  I mentioned this last week but for those first time seeing a pop up card, I recommend viewing  instructions from  Lolli Lulu U-Tube video on how to make a pop up box card using the Tattered Lace Pop Up Box die set.  Additionally, she shows you how to use the square die with an X  in this set to make a gorgeous fan to add to the inside of the box in this card.

Tattered Lace Essential Pop Up Box die set

This is the front view of the card using the gorgeous Pion Design Mister Tom Treasure card stock.  The Rubber Buggy on-line store carries the full line of Pion Design Mister Tom Treasure card stock collection.  I cut this out using the squares from the tattered Lace Pop Up die set and distressed the edges with the Tim Holtz Distress Brush Corduroy Ink.  I cut out the gears using a Tim Holtz gear die and distressed it with a variety of Tim Holtz Distress ink and Prima Marketing-Art Alchemey-Metallique Steampunk Copper paint

I used the 1/4 " width Scor-Tape to tape all of the squares and embellishments inside the pop up box.  The Scor-Tape comes in different widths and it is worth having this top quality 
two-sided adhesive tape for many of my projects especially to tape a box, bows or flowers. The tape stays sticky when I remove the flowers and bow and rearrange these embellishments around the card or project. 

This is the top view of the card.  I used the antique license from the Pion Design Mister Tom Memory Notes.  I could image of using these antique licenses on this card stock for a variety of male cards. Isn't this paper just gorgeous!

The antique car die used on this card is from Tattered Lace and could be pre ordered through The Rubber Buggy on-line store. 

Now it is your turn to try these products out from The Rubber Buggy and see what you create!  Remember to visit The Rubber Buggy store to shop for those gorgeous dies, stamp supplies and other supplies for all of your projects, scrap booking and card making.  

You will be excited to hop on over to  The Rubber Buggy Blog and The Rubber Buggy Facebook each day to see what the talented and creative designers have made with products from The Rubber Buggy store.  

Thank you again for visiting me today.  I will be sharing with you next Saturday another exciting project or card made using the wonderful Rubber Buggy supplies.  

Nancy Hill
Designer for The Rubber Buggy

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