A very special little friend of our is having a birthday so I know I needed to make her a special card. And a pop-up card is super special!
I used my Silhouette machine to cut the card base out using the grilling card file by Lori Whitlock. (I love her stuff!!) From there I made it into a princess card rather than the grilling card-which was challenging. I'm a boy mama-LOL so princess stuff is scarce in these parts. ;)
And here is the card open up-magical!
Here is the first panel.
Here is on the right side. I had these pink flowers cut out (from a cuttlebug flower die cut) and on my desk. I used gems from G studio that I got at Christmas for the centers.
Here is the left side. This paper, the paper on the bottom, and the cardstock are all from Close to My Heart-Daydream. (It's a bit old but I was so glad to have it.) :)
And then I tied it all up with a bow. :)
I am going to enter this card into the following challenges:
Creative Knockouts--#132 Use a die cut or punch--the flowers are from Cuttlebug, the crown and swirls are die cut from the Silhouette machine.
Crafty Gals Corner--#62 All about the Girls--pink, crowns, swirls, flowers :)
The Sisterhood of Crafters--Use die cuts or punches--the flowers are from Cuttlebug, the crown and swirls are die cut from the Silhouette machine.
Silhouette Challenges--#35 Must use the Silhouette--anything goes--the base of the card, swirls, and crown.