One of the lovely things about having product back in the Stampin' Up! catalog is that I get to be a guest designer again for UStamp with Dawn and Friends events. In fact, I've done enough of Dawn's events that my little avatar has moved out of the "Grand Guest Designer" category and into the "Creative Crew Girl" category. Go me!
Except that I blew my deadlines for Cards with Cool Moves so terribly that I think my avatar might be moving back into guest status! (Sorry everyone!)
Cards with Cool Moves is over as far as new and/or live content, except for this final project from me, which should be posted to Dawn's site tonight with a video and PDF tutorial. The concept of this card is how to convert the Stampin' Up! Dress Form Pop 'n Cuts die from a 90 degree box design into a 180 degree stand-up design. It's a very simple technique, but opens up a lot of other possiblities for this die.
If you want access to the instructions you have to buy your way in, but I can say for certain that you'll learn a lot of great techniques in this event, even though all the live chats are done. All of the photos and tutorials are available for download if you purchase access. I perused Pinterest looking for pins from the designers who created for this event and compiled what I could find onto a UStamp with Dawn and Friends: Cards With Cool Moves Pinterest Board.
Check out the board to get a taste for the project suites available. You'll learn how to make triple easel cards, pop-up cards, accordion cards, swing cards, lever cards, penny cards, double sliders and more! The event is open to anyone who wants to learn fabulous techniques, it's not just for SU demos. Products used are all Stampin' Up! but the techniques can be used with any products. My Pop 'n Cuts Standing Dress Form card uses the SU Exclusive Pop 'n Cuts Card Base, the Dress Form insert, the Dress up Framelits plus the Deco Labels Framelits.
Click the blinkie below to purchase access to all the instructions.
Many thanks to Dawn for the opportunity to guest design for these events. I love Stampin' Up! products!