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Shiny Gnomes--an atc pop-up book.



Yes, I'm a little pop-up crazy lately--but do you blame me?  They're so much fun!  Today I've got an atc sized pop-up book, full up of gnomes, stamped all over with IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko Radiant Neon Inks, the words stamped with some rich Memento Luxe, and the whole thing shined up with a good spray of Shimmer Spritz:
2 1/2 by 3 1/2 inches


Hey there, little buddy!
You can find the gnomes at Altered Pages on the Gnomes And Trolls Page (just click the link!).

Those Radiant Neons really pop . . . ;)
It makes me a little banananuts when you can't see the shimmer in the photographs.  So much so, I made you a little video:

(Well, it shows up better if you can make the video bigger . . . but if you make it full screen, it pixillates.  Looks like I'm back to banananuts!!)
THANK you to IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko

Don't forget, Altered Pages is having a giveaway this month--to enter, just leave lots of nice comments on any of the June posts.  The more posts you comment on, the better your chances of winning--you can see the details, and the goodies, HERE.

Comments

  1. Awesome job on this adorable grome pop-up!!! Love it!!!

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  2. Kewt, kewt, kewt! Love the idea! And, yes, it DOES shine and shimmer, doesn't it? :)

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  3. I like the pop up card! Shimmer away♥

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  4. Awww how FUN!! Yep, lots of pretty shimmer!! Love it!!! Gnomtastic!! :D

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  5. Love your idea for a pop up ATC book. Those little gnomes fit perfectly, and the inks are awesome with the images. TFS your video, too. I DID see the sparkle!!!

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  6. Thank you everyone--I made a matching envie, tucked a check inside the pop up tab, and made it a graduation card. Because who's doesn't want a gnome for graduation, right?

    :)

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  7. Tiny book for tiny gnomes - how perfect! Love every bit of it!

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  8. Love the idea of an ATC pop up book. Will definitely be creating one.

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  9. I love your backgrounds using the Neon Inks Trisha and those little gnomes for your pop up book are just adorable!

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  10. I love the neon colors and the contrast of the vintage gnomes. Thank you

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  11. I love knomes, I also love the 3 dimension look of this card!

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