Mar 16, 2020

Ironman Birthday!

Hello crafting friends and welcome back.
Lena here today sharing a fun Ironman birthday card I made for my son.

The front of the card ...

and when you open it up, Ironman flies above the city!!  😀
This is such a fun die from Karen Burniston, and can be adapted to so many occasions.


In order to keep within the theme of Ironman flying above the city, I used a few clouds to cover the original moon die cut.  My clouds were cut by hand, since the only dies I have are too small.  I will list a different option in the list of supplies below, one that I'm planning on getting with my next order.
I used one of the crosshatch squares to make a mat to place on the inside of the card. This is where I will write my message.  I also used a few foam squares to pop up the reactor on the front of the card.


It was such an easy card to put together.  The papers are all digital, so it was easy to size to the correct measurements to fit this 5.5" x 5.5" card. Even though there the Reactor is on foam dots and there is the "flight" mechanism on the inside, it does not add a lot of bulk to the card, so you shouldn't have to add extra postage.   Ironman and his Reactor Arc were sourced from Google.  To see an assembly tutorial, by Karen Burniston, on how to make the Rocket Pop-up card, please click HERE

As always, here is the list of supplies I used, each linked to the Dies R Us store
for your convenience.

Karen Burniston


Karen Burniston


Nesting Clouds
Yvonne Creations
I especially love this set because there are a variety of clouds in various different sizes, but if you enter "clouds" in the search bar, there are many others to choose from.


3D Foam Squares


Thank you for stopping by today.  I hope that I was able to inspired you to use your dies, create a project, and come play along with us at the Dies R Us Challenge Blog for your chance to win a gift voucher to the Dies R Us Store.  A new challenge begins on the 1st and 15th of each month.  Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Pinterest too.


Before I end this post, I'd like to remind you that our sister store is now open. 
Didi Crafts has warehouses located in the USA and Canada.  It has some products the same as Dies R Us, but in addition, it carries international dies and other crafty supplies for a variety of crafts.  Go take a peek and be pleasantly surprised!



Till next time!

Crafty hugs,
 

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