Video Assembly Tutorial: Pop it Ups #1097 Lucky the Rabbit
Pop it Ups Cards for Kit Kraft Day

Video Tutorial: Pop it Ups Confetti Stream Accordion

I was asked to be a guest designer for Scrapp'n Savvy's November Kit Kraft Day, which is a fun event where you purchase a kit of materials and receive instructions for a variety of projects using those materials. For my main project, I wanted to teach a fun technique for creating a ribbon of confetti traveling through an Accordion card. I've used dies and stamps from the Fall 2015 Pop it Ups collection, plus the Beach Edges to create the confetti stream.
ConfettiAccordion

If you are joining us at Scrapp'n Savvy tomorrow to make this project, you'll need to bring or purchase these supplies:

  • (2) sheets Bazzill Pomegranate Cardstock
  • Scraps of cardstock in: white (eyes, tail, teeth, feet), pink (nose, ears), gray (whiskers), dark brown (shadow layer)
  • Transparent/Silver glitter dots (or something sparkly and flat for the center of the flower)
  • (1) 8.5x11 transparency (printer or write-on)
  • Brown ink and blending tool
  • Acrylic block and dark brown ink for greeting
  • Confetti if you want something other than red stars (I will bring the red star confetti)
  • Double-sided adhesive in sheets or rolls, including a thin roll for the sides of the confetti stream.
  • Fineline bottle filled with glue (my favorite is Lineco pH neutral OR Scotch Quick Dry)
  • Detail scissors, tweezers

You'll also need these Pop it Ups dies/stamps, which are expected to arrive to Scrapp'n Savvy in time, plus your die cutting machine with plates/platforms for wafer thin dies:

  • 1095 Gift Card Accordion
  • 1096 Flourish Gift Frame
  • 1097 Lucky the Rabbit
  • 1099 Props 7 Basket
  • CS009 Lucky Birthday Clear Stamps
  • 981 Beach Edges (OR you may substitute #914 Outdoor Edges)

These supplies are included in the Kit that you will purchase from Scrapp'n Savvy:

  • Bo Bunny "Juliet" papers - Juliet, Verona and Nostalgia
  • Bo Bunny Blossoms - Wildberry Zinnia

OPTIONAL but recommended: Bring your smart phone or tablet to be able to watch the video tutorial while you're crafting (maybe some headphones, too, so my voice isn't coming from every device)

For those of you sadly unable to join us at Scrapp'n Savvy, perhaps because you live far, far away from Spring, Texas, here is the video tutorial for this project:

Plus the video for assembling Lucky the Rabbit:

And online shopping links:

 

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