Today I’d like to share a fun, easy and quick way to make POP UP cards. I love the look on my grandkids faces when the open up the card and up pops the greeting, a stamped image or a Gift Card!!
Grab a cup of coffee and sit back while we watch the replay of my LIVE video last night … then I will share my finished card inside and out!
Don’t you just love to find fun and easy ways to make people smile. You can put your “POP UP” insert inside any card like I showed in the video. I’ll be sharing the Paper Pumpkin card shown in the video…
As I suggested in the video, I tucked another present inside the card …
Too cute and some “eye poppin'” fun as well. I hope I’ve inspired you to grab some cardstock and a scissors and create some POP UP cards for your friends and family.
Enter if you Dare!! Today, I’m sharing the a Fun & Functional Halloween Card … The fun is the POP UP – inside the card a haunted cabin pops up to give you a 3-D effect complete with ghosts!! The functional is the my card serves as a “GIFT CARD” too!
Let’s start with the front of the card … I used the “Cute Halloween” Designer Series paper and Black & White Gingham Ribbon dyed with my Pumpkin Pie Stampin’ Blends Marker.
The inside of the card is created with the “Peaceful Cabin” bundle and the magic of our Blending Brushes … this is illustrated in the video below.
You’ll also see that I used another pattern of the Cute Halloween Designer Paper which creates the pocket you can put your Gift Card into.
In this photo, you will notice I “did not” line the back of my cabin as I showed in the video … I wanted you to see the difference. Here you can see the purples through the cabin … kind of spooky!
Enjoy the video and please let me know if you have any questions …
This fun card is very easy to make … three simple components, the front, the pop up & background and the base in which you can tuck in a Gift Card. Your ghouls and goblins are going to flip for this card!!
The dimensions for the “pop up” section of the card is 3″ by 2-1/4″ … score in 1/2″ incriminates: Score at 1/2″ – 1″ – 1-1/2″ and 2″ … then CUT at 2-1/4″. The 1/4″ edge will be your glue flap that secures the pop up together.
Here is the Fall Special I talked about in my video. Please message me if you have any question. Thank you!!
Thank you for stopping by and spending a part of your day with me. I hope the rest of your day is wonderful ~
TODAY’S STAMPIN’ SUPPLY LIST … If you liked the products used in todays projects, I have links for you below. Just click on the item you would like more information on, or to begin your shopping. It will take you directly to my website. Thank you ♥
Happy Tuesday to you! Today I’m going to share with you a video of a great new product that was introduced in the Occasions catalog, the Balloon pop up die …
Watch Stampin’ Up! trainer, Brandi, give some tips and tricks on using the Balloon Adventure Stamp Set, Balloon Bouquet Punch, and Balloon Pop-Up Thinlits.
I love learning all the tips and extra things you can do with a product before you purchase, that’s why I love to share these videos with you. If you want “hands-on” …. invite me and some friends over and let’s have a Stampin’ Party.
Now is a great time to host a stamp party, it’s Sale-a-bration – You and your guests can earn FREE products! Maybe we can even get you this bundle for FREE too!
Let me know if you have any questions with the products shown here today, or would like to host a stampin’ party! Stop back tomorrow and see what I’ve come up with using this fun product suite.