Monday, 27 March 2017

My Favorite Things: Sushi Date - You're the one I want to order sushi with.


Hello and welcome. Today I'm sharing this pop up box card I made over the weekend featuring the new Sushi Date from My Favorite Things. I love sushi and just couldn't wait to play with this adorable and fun set. It will appeal to the sushi lovers and who doesn't love pandas? hehe.

The set has coordinating dies that makes it all quick and easy to make without any fussy cutting. The images have been coloured in with copics and stamped initially with Memento Tuxedo black ink as it's copic friendly.

The set has some cute and quirky sentiments with play on words on the sushi theme. The sentiment has been stamped with Versafine onyx black ink and have framed it with the stitched window using the new Die-namics slider channel companion windows die. It's main use is to make a peekaboo frame that reveals a hidden message once you slide it across, but in this example have used it purely for decorative purposes and still works well.

The woodgrain images used is an retired stamp by Stampin' Up! appropriately named Woodgrain and gives the perfect detail and texture to the Crumb Cake base and still on trend.

This pop up box card has been entered in the Card and Craft shop "Anything Goes" challenge on their Facebook page. Check out the page to see the creative entries and for more inspiration.

I hope you enjoyed and found inspiration. This is an awesome set and lots of fun to use allowing you to create your own unique sushi inspired cards. :)

Thank you for stopping by and hope to see you next time. Happy Crafting! :)

Products Used:

• My Favorite Things - Sushi Date stamp and dies
• My Favorite Things - Dienamic Slider Channel Companion Window dies
• Woodgrain - Stampin' Up! (Retired)
• Card in a box template


  1. Seriously love this card Juan. Have never seen stamps with sushi before. How modern!!! Love itπŸ˜€πŸ˜€

  2. You know these cards are just divine...I adore eacting Sushi and now I adore looking at Sushi cards :) As always your colouring has been done to perfection!
    P.S You are always on trend xx

  3. If the rice is successfully spread onto the nori, using the bamboo mat can also be a challenge. sushi maker


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