I’ve got a lovely little project for you today. How to make a pop up card. It is so easy to make but looks super impressive. This card will work for so many ages and occasions using the appropriate stamp sets. Make sure to check out the quick video further down this post.
My main reason for using ‘A Little Wild’ stamp set today is that it is about to retire from our Annual Catalogue so I wanted to get to use it again before it retires. I just love the cute little critters in this set.
I normally sell off my retired stock however I think I might have trouble parting with this one. Maybe I’ll just hang on to this for a while 🙂
So if you want to get your hands on this lovely set of cuteness then get right on over to my shop HERE and order it before it goes out of stock.
Or check out the fantastic Designer Series Paper HERE.
How to make a pop up card
I used the retired Bundle of Love, Designer Series Paper however there are LOADS of gorgeous papers to choose from.
So let’s get started.
This lovely project uses a beautiful fold that allows the focal point to sit proudly on display. Who wouldn’t love to receive a card like this! I plan to make one for my gorgeous granddaughter to sit on her bedroom dresser.
I’ve got a free video tutorial for you too to help you along. So just click on the picture below.
Video Tutorial – How to make a pop up card
EDIT: – please note that the end of this video has been truncated although most of the video is viewable. It will be fixed just as soon as issues with video editor are resolved so hopefully this won’t take too long. Thank you for your patience.
You will need:
6” x 6” cardstock – score at 3” then turn 90 degree and score at 3” down to the first score line, then cut from that first score line to bottom.
2-1/4” x 2-1/4” (2 of)
2-7/8” x 2-7/8” (5 of) 3 whole and 2 cut on diagonal
1” x 3” (1 of) score in half at 1-1/2” then score one half at ¾”
1-1/2” x 2” for Stitched Rectangle
1-1/2” x 2” for grass
½ A4 sheet for stamping (7 flowers – 1 grass – 7 bees – 2 elephant front – 1 elephant back)
12” pieces (2 of)
Handy Product List:
So before you go, make sure to check out the Last Chance Products before they retire 4th June, 2019.
And if you’d like a catalogue email me to firstname.lastname@example.org
Until next time.