Sunday, February 24, 2013

VIDEO: Dress Up Pop N' Cuts Card + Blog Party Day 3 Door Prize

I wasn't going to buy the Pop N' Cuts dies. I don't particularly care much for fashion, though I do enjoy watching Project Runway. I think what I love about Project Runway is watching the process of turning something simple like fabric turn into something else - clothes. And that is exactly why I broke down and bought the Pop N' Cuts Dress Up dies and Framelits. It's like magic! With a few cuts, you can turn paper and cardstock into an amazing WOW card!

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Here's a photo of the front of the card:

You'll get die-cut pieces to make this card in your free make and take packet when you order $50 or more from my Online Store during my Blog Party, which ends on Thursday, February 28th. (Learn More.) Watch this video to tutorial to see how the Dress Up Pop N' Cuts dies and framelits work together as I show you how to make this card:


I'm not going to sugarcoat it, it's kind of expensive to get all the dies. But if you do it during Sale-a-bration, you'll get free gifts! You don't have to do it all at once either. Buy one piece now and then another next month. The other thing to remember is that the Card Base die can be used on it's own. AND, you will be able to purchase additional Pop N' Cut dies in the future to use inside the base.
  

Ready for a Door Prize!? Leave me a comment on this post and finish this sentence: "I never thought I would, but I absolutely love ____." For me, it's this Dress Up collection! I am far from a fashionista in real life and I despise shoe shopping, but I am loving creating paper fashions! I will draw one winner for the Day 3 Door Prize at the end of the week. (Sorry, this drawing is open to U.S. residents only!) Good luck!

Click HERE to Order Stampin' Up! Products Online, Anytime!

Sale-a-Bration: Get a free gift for every $50 order; plus bonus gifts for orders over $150 and $400!

17 comments:

Traci Davis said...

My stamp-n-scrub! I stamped for years without one. I ran back and forth to the kitchen sink to clean my stamps. Crazy I know! Now I don't know what I did without it.

Kimberly S. said...

"I never thought I would, but I absolutely love the Swallowtail stamp." I absolutely LOVE butterflies, but I thought the Swallowtail stamp was WAY too huge!! No one wants to see a butterfly THAT big...lol!! But I saw a bunch of CUTE cards made with that stamp, and now I just HAVE to have it!!

Sandi said...

"I never thought I would, but I absolutely love the Dress Up Framelits!" I told myself I absolutely would not by any of the Dress Up tools, but could not resist after seeing all of the cute projects -- that includes the Pop'N Cuts!! Love your card Julie!!

June Ferguson said...

I am not really that crazy about elephants, but I just fell in love with the Henry Says stamp set! He's adorable paper pieced with designs that make it look like he's wearing comfy flannel jammies!
June in KS

Mary Beth Krakowski said...

I never thought I would but I absolutely love this whole card project. If I had not watched your video, I would not have fallen in love with it! How cute are they? I have 5 grand-daughters and can imagine all sorts of possibilities of cards and scrapbooking applications!

Jen (jmerf@aol.com) said...

I never thought I would but I love making cards!

Genamarie Howard said...

i never thought i would but i think this whole set is adorable. i used to hate dolls and dress up when i was little and i thought when i had my daughter i would dress her up instead, but this is too much! i love it! when it first came out i wasnt thrilled but now watching you demonstrate it, its just "blooming marvelous!".....i got tickled with myself enjoying watching!....pretty funny coming from me!

Anonymous said...

Hi! I never thought I would like rubber stamping at all. My friend invited me to a party and I was hooked! That was at least 10-12 years ago. Iris Frank

Plant Land said...

"I never thought I would, but I absolutely love the Feeling Sentimental Stamp Set." I thought for the longest time, what would I ever make with that stamp set, now I want to use it all the time.
Michelle in MT

Anonymous said...

I never thought I would like the elegant butterfly punch, but I got the bitty butterfly one & now I want the elegant butterfly punch, too!
Andrea Howell

Juliana said...

So funny! That was the last thing on my list too, but now I just put it on for my April order! (I was on the fence about the pop-up card part, but I think your card just sold me on that one...such an enabler) :)

Thanks for a great card idea--I'll probably be CASEing it!

Lauren Y. said...

"I never thought I would, but I absolutely love the dress up framelits!!!"
I didn't like to play paper doll when I was young, but it's so much fun to make different outfits for all the cards that I can send to all the females in my life!

Nancy B. said...

"I never thought I would, but I like embossing with a Big Shot." I just think embossing makes cards look like a commercially made product.

Katie said...

I never thought I would, but I absolutely love the glitter paper and dazzling details. I am not into glitter, but I love how just a little bit can add so much to a card.

Anonymous said...

Hi Julie---I never thought I would love Summer Starfruit!! I've grown to love the color, so much! Thanks for the chance to win! Karen D.

Sue said...

I never thought I would like so many things. Then I see them in action and it turns out I do like them (reminds me of Green Eggs and Ham -- try them, try them and you may...). The Petal Cone Die is an example. I thought it would be limited -- turns out it's hugely versatile. The dress-up framelits are another example. So is Summer Starfruit card stock. Several Designer Series Papers - I think because it's just so hard to tell how beautiful they are in those little pictures in the catalog. I could go on....

Great project today. Thanks for sharing about the Pop-n-Cuts die. You make it look so easy.

Susan G said...

I'm with you on this on. I'm still not blown away by this die, but it's growing on me with all the cute ideas I've been seeing on blogs. I just might be a convert before it's all over!