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PIVOT POP-UP BIRTHDAY CARD

Hello friends!! Welcome! It's Leeds here today and I'm so excited to share a fun pop-up birthday card featuring a lot of Mama Elephant and Lawn Fawn goodies. Here are the steps: 


Step 1: Stamp all the images from Mama Elephant Party Animals,  Me and My DragonBirthday Bash and Piñata Party stamp set  using Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad.
Step 2:  Color each image with Copic markers. I also added a few highlights using white gel pen.
Step 3: Cut a 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" card stock and score it on the 4 1/4" to use as a base card.
Step 4: Cut a 4 1/4'" x 5 1/2" card stock and create the background using Distress Oxide Picked Raspberry, Spun Sugar, Scattered Straw and Tattered Rose.

Step 6: Stamp the sentiment from Lawn Fawn Baked With Love Stamp Set on a  red card stock using clear embossing ink pad and white embossing powder. 
Step 7: Assemble the card and adhere it to the base card. (this is for the outside of the card)
Step 8: For inside of the card, use Lawn Fawn Pivot Pop-Up dies and assemble it (from this pivot pop up dies, you get the pop up mechanism and accordion banner). Place Heffy Doodle Head in The Clouds stencil on the accordion banner from the Pivot Pop up and apply Distress Oxide Spun Sugar. 
Step 9: Cut a white card stock using Lawn Fawn Hillside Border and ink blended it with Distress Oxide Twisted Citron and Mowed Lawn
Step 10: Cut two of 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" card stock and create the background using Heffy Doodle Head in The Clouds stencil and Distress Oxide Spun Sugar and Shaded Lilac.

Step 11: Adhere two card stock from step 10 to the base card and also adhere the pop up mechanism and the accordion banner using double sided tape.  Voila! The pop up birthday card is done!
Thank you so much for stopping by!! I hope you enjoyed and feel inspired by the card I've shared with you today. Wishing you a wonderful day!!




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