Sunday, April 12, 2015

Playing with NEW Karen Burniston dies Just Released at The Collins show!


This week was the Collins Rep Show and Karen Burniston some Fun New dies that will be available from Elizabeth Craft Designs Later this Month!!  I did not have a lot of time to play before I made my samples so expect to see me playing with these lots in the coming weeks!

This first card I'm going to show uses 1022 Brownie the Cow and the  1021 Barn Pop Stand and the 1025 Hay There Pop Stand.  I also used the Props One to give Brownie some Lips and the Elizabeth Craft Designs Alphabet Caps and the Happy Birthday Die from the Happy Birthday Pop It Ups!

Here is the Front:

Isn't He Fun???  I decided to color spots on him using my copics and did the same for my MOO!
I used the Beach Hills for the Ground and the Agatha Edges for the Top of the Card.
I couldn't resist adding some fun Lips from the Props One set! (All by Elizabeth Craft Designs)

Here is the Inside:

 I Love the Barn Pop Stand Die Set so many Possibilities!!  Those Doors Slide to Open as you will see in the Next Photo!

I used the Hay there Pop Stand Set for the Sentiment and the Small Hay Inside.
I used the Lorna Label Set for the Label that sits under the Happy Birthday!
I used my score pal to make the Lines on my Barn.

All Links are Below except for the New Dies by Karen Burniston as they won't be available until later this month from Elizabeth Craft Designs!

Hope you have a Great Day!


Candy Spiegel said...

So cute!

Arlene said...

That cow is sooooooo funny and fun! Cuteness all over.

Love the barn too. Makes me think of driving in the countryside and seeing wonderful barns, both old and new.

Thank you for a glimpse of new things.

Karen Aicken said...

Kelly this is FABULOUS - I just adore it. Love your tip for using the ScorePal for the lines on the barn. So clever!

Marlene L said...

Gotta love a cow who smooches. Wonderful card!

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