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Pop 'n Cuts Imagery Inserts plus Video Tutorial

Hello, Karen Burniston with you here today!  Are you ready for my monthly Pop 'n Cuts Designer Challenge? Last month I challenged my designer friends to post projects using Pop 'n Cuts Label & Frame inserts and the results were extraordinary.


This month I issued a similar challenge and asked them to make a card using one of the ten Pop 'n Cuts Imagery inserts. Here are the inserts included in the challenge:


Before I send you around the web to check out the amazing projects using these dies, let me show you a new project from me along with a video tutorial.

If you're like me, the sweltering days of August put you in the mood for . . . Christmas! Here's an idea for how to create a floating floor for the Ribbon Tree insert to allow for additional pop-up items on the floor. Watch the video at the top of this post to see how easy it is to create a card using this technique.


Here are the measurements from the video for making the Floating Floor:


sizzix die cutting supplies

Other supplies: Card Shoppe Cardstock - Bazzill, Glitter Paper - Stampin' Up!, Stamps - Hero Arts, Other - ribbons


I highly encourage clicking on the "See it here" links below for additional photos and supply lists for these creations. In some cases you'll find full tutorials, videos of the cards in action, etc.

Let's start in England, where Caz and Helen have been crafting about their gardens.

In Caroline "Caz" Counsell's first creation, (See it here: In my Garden Shed) she sets the scene with the Pop 'n Cuts Chair insert inside her garden shed, complete with cozy flooring, (Uh oh! someone tracked in some mud!), a comfy throw over the back of the chair, and a pretty kitty checks out the scene through the window. There are so many beautiful details in this card! As a bonus, Caz also posted a lovely Butterfly Window card on this same post.


Caz used the Pop 'n Cuts Chair Insert in the A2 Pop 'n Cuts Base for this card.

In Caz's second creation, (See it here: In the Garden) she moves the chair outside and styles the chair as a wicker look. Caz credits Chris Peterson of Calla Lily Studio for the chair inspiration. (See Chris's version here: Pop 'n Cuts Garden Chair) I love all the details again, like the grass/flowers attached to the front legs of the chair and the kite flying in the background.


Caz used the Pop 'n Cuts Chair Insert in the A2 Pop 'n Cuts Base for this card.

The designers don't consult with each other ahead of time, so it's a surprise and delight when they are inspired to make similarly-themed cards. The beauty of die cutting is that two people can have the same general idea using the same Pop 'n Cuts dies, but the results are so different. Helen Cryer also made a garden-themed pop-up chair card (See it here: Pop 'n Cuts Garden Chair) but chose to use a woodgrain chair, added her signature bunting to the background, and created an adorable gnome/flower/garden theme in the front.


Helen used the Pop 'n Cuts Chair Insert in the A2 Pop 'n Cuts Base for this card.

Caz also made a card using the Poinsettia insert. (See it here: Pop 'n Cuts Flower Die) She styled the poinsettia as an anytime flower for use all year long. So pretty!


Caz used the Pop 'n Cuts Poinsettia Insert in the Square Pop 'n Cuts Base for this card.

Anna-Karin Evaldsson has created a textural masterpiece with her Coffee Card. (See it here: Coffee Mug Pop-up Card) that includes so many techniques your head will be spinning. Notice the clever use of shrink plastic for her inside greeting.

Anna-Karin used the Pop 'n Cuts Mug & Heart Insert in the A2 Pop 'n Cuts Base for this card.

Don't drink coffee? No problem, Donna Wright has a fabulous card showing the mug styled with hot chocolate. Her technique for creating the squares in the candy bar is very clever. (See it here: Chocolate Pop 'n Cuts Mug)


Donna used the Pop 'n Cuts Mug & Heart Insert in the A2 Pop 'n Cuts Base for this card.

But wait! If you're not much into hot drinks how about a frothy mug of cold beer? Donna Wright made this clever card for her husband's 40th birthday, adding the Flagpole Sizzlits as well. So many fun masculine details in this card. (See it here: Happy Birthday Pop 'n Cuts Mug)


Donna used the Pop 'n Cuts Mug & Heart Insert in the A2 Pop 'n Cuts Base for this card.

Remember when I mentioned that the designers don't consult? Well here's another example of some fabulous mind meld. Fran and Raquel both styled the Stampin' Up! Dress Form as a witch!

First up, let's look at Fran Sabad's creation. The witch is quite stylish with owl-ear shoulders (they're all the rage this season!) and a glittery bodice. There are so many elements making up this spooky scene that all come together just perfectly. Love that green frothy potion! (See it here: Bewitched Pop 'n Cuts)


Fran used the Stampin' Up! Exclusive Dress Form Insert in the SU! Pop 'n Cuts Base for this card.

While both witches are stylish, I tend to think that Raquel's witch is more bloodthirsty. She's not messing around when it comes to her witch's brew, which contains eyes, spiders, plenty of poisons and a bone. Plus there's blood dripping down the wall. This witch should NOT be trifled with! Raquel used a floating floor to animate her cauldron and cat. (See it here: Halloween Pop 'n Cuts)


Raquel used the Stampin' Up! Exclusive Dress Form Insert in the SU! Pop 'n Cuts Base for this card.

Joining the Designer Challenge this month for the first time is Frances Byrne, from Australia. Frances has been posting a lot of Pop 'n Cuts cards on her blog (See them here: Pop 'n Cuts cards) and I am smitten with the way she adds so much depth and layers through her use of stamps and colors. For the challenge she also chose to use the Stampin' Up! Exclusive Dress Form Insert but styled it in a completely unique way as a baking card. The details are incredible! I hope she will join me for next month's challenge as well! (See her card here: Sweet as Pie)


Frances used the Stampin' Up! Exclusive Dress Form Insert in the SU! Pop 'n Cuts Base for this card.

NOTE: The Stampin' Up! Exclusive Pop 'n Cuts can be purchased through a local demonstrator. Find one in your area: Find a Demonstrator

Shelly Hickox always amazes me with her mixed media techniques. For this card you won't be able to see the insert because she cut the Star insert out of a clear material to use it just for the mechanism to be able to animate a glittery Eiffel Tower. How cool are those banners and the wavy flag?! The front of her card is equally amazing. (See it here: Bon Anniversaire)


Shelly used the Pop 'n Cuts Star insert in the Square Pop 'n Cuts Base for this card.

These final two inspiration cards use a new imagery insert in the upcoming Snippets collection, available at Sizzix retailers in September 2013.

Kelly Booth helped me out with some CHA samples, including this beauty using the *NEW* House insert and matching Thinlits for decorating. The Thinlits die can be optionally embossed by using a Silicone and Impressions pad, resulting in the brickwork and wood slats on the front of the house. (See it here: More CHA Samples)


Kelly used the Pop 'n Cuts House Insert in the A2 Pop 'n Cuts Base for this card with the House Thinlits.

Gretchen Schmidt also used the House insert for this cute Dog House card (See it here: Hi Card) featuring some of her favorite Lawn Fawn stamps, one of which is styled to look just like her dog, Daisy. She cut off the chimney and cut her own door shape. Gretchen also used a border from the new Banner & Borders Thinlits, also coming in the Snippets collection.


Gretchen used the Pop 'n Cuts House Insert in the A2 Pop 'n Cuts Base for this card with the House Thinlits.

Once again, a huge Thank You! to my designer friends who accepted the challenge and posted such wonderful inspiration on their blogs. Need more Pop 'n Cuts inspiration? I post everything I find around the web using Karen Burniston dies to my Pinterest Boards.

See you next month with another Pop 'n Cuts Designer Challenge!

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114 thoughts on “Pop 'n Cuts Imagery Inserts plus Video Tutorial”

  • Raquel Mason

    WOW, triple WOW I am blown away Karen. Love the video with the ribbon tree, got that template now. All the cards are just amazing, such inspiration....I want to go create something now. A big thank you for inviting me to join the challenge.

  • Jacquelene L

    Thank you for sharing the awesome, inspiring video tutorial here today. It's my birthday today, and the video tutorial was an excellent treat with my morning coffee. For my birthday I received the Butterfly&Labels bigz die, Butterflies Movers&Shapers, and the 3d Accordian Album bigz. My Butterfly Window Bigz is back ordered, so unfortunately I am waiting for that one. I love the fact that your line is bigz inserts that fit into the base dies, along with accessorie dies to go with. I am excited about the new stitched labels coming out. I will be playing with my presents today.
    Thank you for all the techniques you share, especially for sharing the bonus of the floating floor.
    The chair bigz and the embossing folders are next on my list, so many possibilities with that chair die. My pop up addiction is all Shelly Hickox's fault, it started with her steampunk father's day card. I love making pop up cards, and use them in journals too. It is so much fun!
    Jacquelene L

    • Karen Burniston

      Jacquelene, Happy Birthday! I must say that you always leave the nicest comments and they do not go unnoticed or unappreciated. I, too, am thoroughly in awe of Shelly Hickox and have coined a term to describe everything she makes: Shellypiece™ It has been a thrill to see so many designers posting amazing projects using dies that I designed. It feels like my birthday every day! (Psst, speaking of birthdays . . . check your e-mail because I need your address)

  • Linda Fuller

    I love all of these creative designs, especially the ones with the chair pop-up. Your videos continue to be awesome, so keep them coming!

  • Shelly Hickox

    Karen, your card is beautiful - and I will definitely be having a go at that floating floor technique! Thanks for sharing my card. I am overwhelmed with all the inspiration in this post!

  • Marlene L.

    Jaw dropping talent and inspiration! Thank you all for an early Afternoon Delight! Marlene L.

  • Debbie

    Love the inspiration you provide! My favorite is the eiffle tower!!!

  • Vanessa Antonsen

    Hi Karen,
    I was so inspired I had to order the pop n cuts die to try out all the great examples you've given me! My favorite one is the one that uses the window sheets or acetate paper!!! Love it, beautiful stuff. Thanks for the inspiration! be well -Vanessa

  • Laurie Laikam
    Laurie Laikam Aug 15, 2013 at 10:25 am

    Every time you come up with a new idea I say, "this is my very favorite." Seems like I have a kazillion of favorites now. Only wish my budget allowed me to own each and every one of the dies! Keep up the great work!

  • Sheri L

    All the projects are simply GORGEOUS and it's so hard to choose a favorite...but if I must it's a toss up between the floating tree and the eiffel tower for my favorite!! Thank you for sharing your fabulous creativity, very inspirational! :)

  • Victoria Sturdevant

    Wow, each one is amazing. I'm glad I don't have to choose a favorite.

  • MaryJo Marshall
    MaryJo Marshall Aug 15, 2013 at 10:36 am

    WOW!!! I think my FAVORITE!! is Fran's witches dress using the pop-n-cut and the owl punch!! that is cool!!

  • Pam Vittorino
    Pam Vittorino Aug 15, 2013 at 10:40 am

    My favorite holiday is halloween so I love the witches dresses. So cute!

  • Carol B

    I love all the pop 'n cuts. The dress form may be my favorite because I love creating dresses (and tuxes, thanks to Karen). I want them all but alas! The basic pop 'n cut is also a favorite because its generic and many shapes can be added.
    Carol b

  • Katie Brandt

    Favorite does not begin to describe how I feel about your dies. Wow! You just keep inspiring me to go beyond and stretch myself. Thanks for keeping these aging brain cells going

  • Betty S.

    WOW! How could one pick a FAVORITE!! I love 'em all!

  • Marti Jean

    Big Shot and the Sizzix dies are my favorite and I love your ideas for the floating floor. Saw you at the Stampin' Up! convention and fell in love with your cards! Now I'm adding you to my favorite places to go on the web!

  • ionabunny

    Wow, what a great load of inspiration. Fabulous cards. Love the eiffel tower but my favorite are the chair cards. Such different cards from the same die. Thanks to all the designers.

  • Diane Hover

    All the pop n cuts are a favorite of mine...and I pre-ordered the house one and matching sizzlets and I know that one will be a favorite of mine as well!! I LOVE your tree and what the others did as well...all I can say is Wow~Wow~Wow and I am so glad I subscribe to you!!!

  • Lynda

    Karen you pop n cuts are so much fun and I love what you share with us and show us and your designs. My favorite is the chair, they have done so many cute things with it.
    Thanks for inspiring us:)

  • Barbara Jackson
    Barbara Jackson Aug 15, 2013 at 10:59 am

    I find that the more I use the pop 'n cuts dies, the more in love with them I become. I think my new favorite will be the ribbon tree. I love to make and send Christmas cards and these will be a hit! Thanks for the inspiration and sharing.

  • Barb Mc

    PNC are my favorite! I love all this inspiration! Super talented artists! Thanks so much for sharing you art!

  • Cathy

    Karen, Al l your videos are amazing. I just keep watching them over and over. It is great to see all your talent.Thanks for sharing everything you do as I keep buying everything you show. I just better put it to use. I will be waiting for more Christmas card ideas.

  • Nancy Carr

    I love the Pop 'N Cuts dies, but my favorite is the Mug and Heart.

  • Anna-Karin

    Wow such a fabulous post full of inspiration! Love your cool card Karen!! And all the other cards are amazing. Thank you so much for including my coffee tribute card.

  • Leslie Scudiere
    Leslie Scudiere Aug 15, 2013 at 11:08 am

    I love using my Pop' n cuts dies! The 3D effect lends to lots of creativity. I am not sure which is my favorite yet. I love them all!

  • Kal Varga

    My favorite pop n cuts dies are the ones you released first. There are so many in the Journey line, I can't choose from them all. I love the floating trees and Noel that you created all in white, silver and glitter. Very chic yet so simple. This is one of my favorite Xmas cards.

  • Pam Hodges

    I just purchased the pop 'n cuts die base & labels pop 'n cuts. Can't wait to receive them. Love the Christmas tree. I did have a problem with your video. After 2 min. 53 sec., it stopped & I couldn't get it to restart. I will try again later. The secret word is favorite! Hope I win! Thanks!

  • Lynn

    Love each and every pop 'n cut die. The chair is probably my favorite...it can be made into a delightful card adding any amount of personal touches so it becomes as unique as the person it was made for. Thanks for sharing your wonderfully creative talent.

  • Tanja

    This blog is my favorite because I am so inspired by all the wonderful cards and ideas. Keep them coming.

  • Mary Dipersico
    Mary Dipersico Aug 15, 2013 at 11:23 am

    Karen is my favorite designer
    Love her style !!!

  • Deb

    I'll have to say that Pop n Cuts are my favorite dies because I love them all and can't get enough. I am so excited to see what you come up with next. Thank you for the clear instruction through your videos and the templates you provide. I am so inspired with so many ideas in all the designer examples. It simply amazes me how much you can do with these products. Keep them coming!

  • Suzanne Wiegand
    Suzanne Wiegand Aug 15, 2013 at 11:26 am

    Wow! Every time I think I've seen it all . . . you show me something else! I love all of the Pop n Cuts tutorials that Karen does but I think this one may be my favorite! I think I really need these dies because I'm definitely going to try the floating floor technique!

  • Sabrina Radican

    Thank you so much for the wonderful tutorial!! Your card is simply beautiful!! I can't wait to get my first pop n cuts dies! My favorite one is the Butterfly Window 3D!

  • Sandy H

    I think these are amazing designs and great ideas. I can't pick a favorite, they are all so incredible.

  • linda

    Karen is my favorite designer! Can't wait to met you in Colorado!

  • Linda Burkert
    Linda Burkert Aug 15, 2013 at 11:49 am


    I have just recently gotten started with the Pop-n-cuts dies and I love them. My FAVORITE is ALL OF THEM! But if I had to pick just one it would be the chair. After taking your class in Ohio, I made one for my father-in-law for his birthday. He loved it. The videos are so helpful and make it easy for anyone to make the cards. Keep up the good work and thanks for sharing you talent.

    Linda B.

  • Betty Bwyater
    Betty Bwyater Aug 15, 2013 at 11:54 am

    All of these designs are so inspiring!! I'm working on gradually expanding my collection of Pop 'n Cuts after learning about them from my friend Karen Aicken. I've been a stamper/cardmaker for almost 30 years and have always LOVED interactive/kenetic cards. This is my favorite technique of all times. Thanks Karen for making them so much easier to create!

  • Debbie Kaste

    Karen, of all the dies on the market, yours are my favorite. You are a genius, no doubt about it. Love the floating floor. It opens up so many possibilities. Thanks for sharing your awesome ideas.

  • Pammy

    I think it would be very difficult for me to pick my favorite die because I never met a die that I did not love. I am so looking forward to the new pop n cuts coming out and can hardly wait to get my mitts on them. Keep up the great work!

  • karen haas

    Met you at SU convention and have to say pop 'n cuts is my new favorite! I plan to do a workshop using designs you demonstrated. My customers and friends will be impressed by the Fun, Adorable, Versatile, Over-the-top, Really cute, Impressive, Trendy and Exciting projects they can create. Thanks for the inspiration you offer!!

  • Hetty

    Wow, what an inspiration with all the pop 'n cut dies and now to pick a favorite......people who know me will know I pick the coffee cup and I already have it!! Thanks for showing the different ways of using it! Absolutely wonderful cards, all of them!

  • Rachel Brooks

    WOW! Favorite? How can one choose a favorite from so many creative ideas? I know I'll have to add some more PopnCuts to my collection because I love how they make me look like I'm a brilliant card designer! :) Your one of my favorite creative people - wish I had just a touch of your skills, but glad you make items to make us look so good!

  • clickityklak

    What do I think? ? Since I have recently found Sizzix and YOU, this type of card has become my favorite. I have listed my WANTS on Sizzix, my account lists, and it seems to keep growing every time there is a post. I'll be broke before the years out, LOL.!

  • MaryJo Marshall
    MaryJo Marshall Aug 15, 2013 at 01:20 pm

    Love them all but my favorite is the dress form.

  • Deborah Gerity
    Deborah Gerity Aug 15, 2013 at 01:51 pm

    Wow, I wouldn't be able to pick a favorite . They are all fabulous. The ideas are endless. Thanks for affording us all the possibilities

  • Carolyn Mahoney
    Carolyn Mahoney Aug 15, 2013 at 02:25 pm

    Thank you for all of the wonderful ideas on using the pop n' cuts. You are so creative. Your booth at the Stampin Up convention was my favorite. I came home and added a washi tape border to my pop n' cuts die just like you had on yours. Thank you for such a great tip.

  • Linda Edwards
    Linda Edwards Aug 15, 2013 at 02:41 pm

    Trees are one of my favorite images to use in lots of creations. Thanks for the inspiration.

  • Shelley Lanthier
    Shelley Lanthier Aug 15, 2013 at 02:51 pm

    You know I have loved you and followed you since I bought the first "from scratch" pop-up project from you. I so enjoyed making that ball. Then you partnered up with Sizzix and it definitely got easier to get that instant gratification from your creative genius ;-). I'm not sure I do have a particular favorite ( <-- notice the spelling lol from a Canuck no less) Pop 'n Cut die. The one I am using at the time is my favorite! Karen thank you for opening up this paper craft with all your wonderful creations. I look forward to each and every release even when I'm tap-tap-tapping with impatience for them to be available to buy and arrive on my doorstep.

  • linda munson

    All r lovely. my favorite is the coffee mug which i have and will try it out soon.

  • Deb Napolitano

    Oh My Goodness. Loved seeing the ribbon tree tutorial. I guess learning how to make a floating floor would have to be my "favorite" new lesson this week! Thanks so much.

  • Sandy Diller

    Great card and video - no wonder you are at the top of my favoite designer list. Thanks for all the great inspiration.

  • Maureen st laurent
    Maureen st laurent Aug 15, 2013 at 03:10 pm

    I recently bought the dress pops cuts. I,m just loving it. I have been reading the blogs and newsletter and can't decide which new itemis my favorite.

  • Debe Aston

    My favorite is everything you come up with! You are a genius creator!!

  • BethAnn

    I love ALL the Pop N Cuts! Of all the wonderful modifications you've done, my favorite is the floating floor - it adds sooo many opportunities to embellish an already great pop-up card! And your videos are always a treat to watch!

  • Margie T

    These pop n cuts are becoming my favorite. I love the pop ups surprise when you open a card! :)

  • Maricruz Diffey
    Maricruz Diffey Aug 15, 2013 at 04:59 pm

    WOW!!!! I thought I had seen all that could possible be done with these dies, then you turn around and come up with ANOTHER floating floor/box thing-a-ma-jiggy?!??? I can't catch up! Thanks for sharing your creativity with all of us, and for sharing patterns to help us achieve our own creations, so very generous. I do believe you are now my FAVORITE crafter!

    Thank you!!!

    Maricruz Diffey

  • Debbie Flattum
    Debbie Flattum Aug 15, 2013 at 05:07 pm

    Wow! These are some great pop-ups. One of my favorites remains the dress form pop 'n cuts. Your creations amaze me. TFS!

  • Donna

    Pop up cards have always been my FAVORITE; thank you for expanding all the options in this field. Donna

  • Diana Krug

    Love all your ideas. Don't know how you come up with them. Not sure which one is my favorite. Love them all!

  • Janet Rohde

    I really love the pop-n-cuts but my favorite is the ribbon tree.

  • Gayle Ingram

    My new favorite Christmas pop n cuts will be the Noel one.

  • Dawn Lehner

    Wow! Thank you so much for sharing all the inspiration. I love anything pop-up and I thank you so much for coming up with this wonderful system of card making at its best. My favorite thing is that you have designed these for all of us to enjoy and that you are so helpful with providing tutorials, too. Thank you so much!

    EILEEN MCCLEAN Aug 15, 2013 at 06:01 pm

    Wow I would love to say I could choose a favourite design but they are all awesome but pop n cuts are definitely a favourite of mine!!!!

  • Pam L

    Your card is just amazing!!! And everyone did a fabulous job on their pop n cuts cards as well!! Gorgeousness today! :)

  • auntiemaryann
    auntiemaryann Aug 15, 2013 at 06:14 pm

    I love pop n cuts! My favorite is the mug. thanks for all the inspiration!

  • Lila Rhew

    The Pop n Cuts are my favorite, fun to make cards. Thank you for your wonderful videos that help us, You make learn how so easy!!!

  • TrishBrunkhart

    Sizzix products are my go to favorite. Can't seem to make a card without dyes or folders . I really love the Popncut ideas here. Thanks.

  • Nancy Panduku

    I love it! Just in time to use for my favorite holiday!

  • Margarita Dickens
    Margarita Dickens Aug 15, 2013 at 07:43 pm

    What a great idea for a card, just lovely. I have downloaded the scoring diagram in anticipation of receiving my new dies, Many thanks

  • Margarita Dickens
    Margarita Dickens Aug 15, 2013 at 07:44 pm

    I forgot to say, it is my new favorite die

  • Susan Long

    I like all the challenge creations. My favorite pop n cut insert is the chair.

  • BeverlyBL

    It is hard to pick a favorite with so many great dies to choose from. I do love Fran's cute Halloween scene and was impressed with all of her cute little details. So might have to say the dress form. Everybody is so creative and comes up with so many different ways to use the same item. Just amazing.

  • Beth Schreiber

    Amazing is my favorite word to use when I talk about all of these great die designs. Such a creative new tool!

  • Diane M

    Karen...YOU are my favorite POP-UP Queen! The tutorials are so very helpful - thanks much...keep on "popping up" for us!

  • Sue Root

    These Pop 'n Cuts dies are all so cool. I can't begin to choose a favorite.

  • ruryv

    Beautiful card Karen! We are so lucky you teach at Scrapp'n'Savvy. Your classes are so much fun and inspirational. Thanks. Maria V.

  • Wendy Goya

    I love pop n cuts! They all are so cute I can' t decide which is my favorite. Wendy

  • Barbara Woodard
    Barbara Woodard Aug 15, 2013 at 10:52 pm

    Karen I absolutely love your designs. I want one of everything you have designed and can't really decide which one is my favorite. Thanks for everything you do!!Barbara

  • Jasmine Patrick

    Just love these pop up dies, they are my favourites

  • Jan Castle

    I have several pop and cuts dies and cannot pick, so they are all my 'favorite'...why I bought them, right! LOL! Not only that, but my wish list keeps growing as I add more favorites to it.

  • Marlene L.

    The original PNC will always be my favorite. The first one is always special................

  • Magda van Spankeren
    Magda van Spankeren Aug 16, 2013 at 02:01 am

    hello here from Holland, your FAVORITE country
    I love your new projects and gonna start real soon to make them! Thank you
    from mrs F.A.vo Rite

  • Eileen S

    can't choose a favorite amongst this lot of card all are awesome

  • Magda van Spankeren
    Magda van Spankeren Aug 16, 2013 at 03:18 am

    can a woman have more then one FAVORITE?
    beauties they all are!

  • Marion Wilkinson
    Marion Wilkinson Aug 16, 2013 at 03:22 am

    I love all your designs, I must say you are my favorite designer. Thanks for sharing your creativeness with the me and helping me to be creative also. Your pop-n-cuts are my favorite also.

  • Daphni ames

    I can't decide which die is my favorite.... I love the SU dress die...way too cute. Now I see the new Noel design...my new favorite Christmas design.

  • Diane Kipp

    Your dies and these samples are my favorite new products.

  • Donna Gibson

    What a fabulous group of designers! Each card speaks to their own individual styles. It's very difficult to pick a favorite. I love Halloween-themed crafts so Fran's dress form cards really wowed me! But I also love Shelly's Eiffel Tower pop-up with the banners! Great inspiration!

  • Nicole Tugrul

    Fantastic cards! I think the the witchy dress ones are my favorite!

  • Pamela Bennett

    So many cards, such wonderful talent and inspiration, I can't decide which is my favorite!

  • Jan Hoyt O'Fallon, IL USA

    wow, after viewing some of the above samples I have a whole bunch of new "favorite" Sizzix ideas! Just got the pop 'n cuts Sizzix dies and will definitely have to crack that cello wrap and start using them!

  • WendyC

    Wow, what a plethora of awesome-ness! Impossible to pick a favorite as they're all so different yet so inspirational. Thanks everyone for sharing your amazing talents :)

  • cwardsprint05
    cwardsprint05 Aug 16, 2013 at 08:56 am

    I am not sure about most people but Christmas time is my favorite time of year. I actually like you posting the holiday cards now because I can get inspired and maybe this year I can get all my Holiday cards done in time. Thanks for the inspiration Karen.

  • Ana B

    OMG! Such amazing creativity and imagination is absolutely inspiring! The Pop 'n Cuts are my absolute FAVORITE dies ever! I am just floored by them.

  • Nancy Walker

    I have always been a Sizzix fan, from the very beginning...but your new Pop 'n' Cuts dies are my FAVORITE addition to this amazing product line!

  • Diane J

    The pop-ups are my favorite. Keep them coming.

  • Gerryann Olson
    Gerryann Olson Aug 16, 2013 at 04:21 pm

    I am just starting to learn how to use the dies and your products and videos are my favorite! I ordered just about everything available recently and am just waiting for them to arrive.

  • Lisa Giedt

    All your wonderful ideas! You are such a creative designer. One of my favorite things about your new line is how easy it is to do a shadow effect with the coordinating sizzlits. So fast and easy. I love the glitter accent on the ribbon tree.

  • AdrianeC

    Using Pop n Cuts is my favorite way to make a card.

  • Lynnzcrafters

    I am so inspired by all these fantastic Pop-n-Cut cards! Kudos to all the artists and thanks for sharing, it is too hard to pick one favorite.... but I have to say adding the pop-n-cuts base to my Sizzix collection has been my favorite new die I purchased this year. So versatile! thanks!

  • Sam Burnett

    Well, I haven't quite gotten all of the inserts for my pop-n-cuts collection but I'm getting close. And so enjoyed meeting you at the Scrappn' Savvy class and looking forward to the next one. Such wonderful designers you have on your team - love all these, but I've gotta go with Fran's witch as my favorite, although the Raquel's more down-to-business witch is second favorite -- Halloween is my favorite holiday of course!

    • Cindy Schnarr
      Cindy Schnarr Aug 18, 2013 at 06:04 am

      I love all the pop n cut dies. I think the chair is my FAVORITE..

    • Judith

      I have been stamping for over 20 years and this is the best and my favorite! I can't believe how easy this now is to make a pop up card! My classes are going to love this.

  • Linda Priest

    The pop n cuts cards have become my FAVORITE card style and I am always looking for ways to decorate the insides to suit any occasion.

  • Belinda

    I just love all of your Pop N Cuts!! After taken one of your classes I was hooked and had to have all of them! I haven't gotten all of them yet. I'm not sure which one is my FAVORITE because I love them all. Your Christmas Tree Card is just beautiful as well as all the other designers cards. Keep the beautiful ideas coming!!

  • nafeesa

    I love the pop n cuts dies. Can't pick a favorite, cause I love and want them all.

  • nafeesa

    Pop n cuts are amazing! Can't pick just one favorite. Every time you come out with a new die or idea I am amazed. So keep them coming.

  • Magda van Spankeren
    Magda van Spankeren Aug 18, 2013 at 09:23 am

    i wanna win win win
    This is my favorite missing thing!

    thank you from Magda (The Netherlands)

  • Alexandra Kimball
    Alexandra Kimball Aug 18, 2013 at 08:02 pm

    Oh my I cannot decide what my favorite pop-up would be....each one is so inspiring! Thank you, Karen for your gift of creativity!l

  • Karen S

    Thank you to Karen and the team's pop 'n cuts inspiration. They have become my favorite dies of choice lately.

  • Tammy

    Goodness how can I pick a favorite. I love how the designers used the cup one to create so many different kinds of drink. The witches are awesome too.

  • Lynn

    Amazing creativity! Love all the sample designs! It is not easy to pick one favorite but I love the witch's brew created by Fran. The chairs & shed have to be a 2nd favorite. Fantabulous work by all!

  • vivink

    The cards are all amazing!!! It is impossible to choose a favorite, just like it is with the dies. I know I will be adding to my wish list of Karen's dies. Thanks everyone for all the inspiration.

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