It’s Joset here today sharing this super cute Zebra Pop-Up card. I really love the General Pop-Up dies, they are so fun and versatile! You can really turn almost any die into a pop-up. Today I decided to use this cute little zebra and make a “Love you just the way you are” card. Make sure to check out this video HERE that I created a while ago showing the General Pop-Up die set.
- Cut a piece of White Soft Finish Cardstock 90LB measuring 8 1/2″ x 11″ and score at 5 1/2″. Make sure the textured side is on the inside of the card.
- From the Adventure Edges 1 or 2 die set, use the cloudy looking edge to die cut a stencil. I used a piece of leftover backing from the ECD Clear Double Sided Adhesive Sheets.
- Create a cloudy background on the inside of the card (top part) using Tumbled Glass Distress Ink and a round Mini Ink Blending tool. For more info on how to create the background, click on this VIDEO.
4. Cut another stencil using the grass edge die from the Tree die set (or use the grass edge die from the Adventure Edges 1). Using the same technique as above, create a grass background on the bottom part of the card using Twisted Citron and Mowed Lawn Distress Inks. Start from the top with Twisted Citron and work your way down. I used Mowed Lawn at the bottom 3 rows of grass.
5. Using the bottom left pop up die from the picture below, die cut a pop up in the middle of your score line. For more info, check out the video HERE.
6. Cut a piece of White Soft Finish Cardstock 90LB measuring 9 1/4″ x 12″ and score at 6″. This card will be used to cover the whole of the pop up. Adhere your pop-up card on the inside. See picture below.
Now it’s time to decorate your pop up!
7. Cut a grass boarder from White Soft Finish Cardstock. Color with Twisted Citron and Mowed Lawn Distress Ink. Adhere the grass boarder to the bottom of your card.
8. Create your zebra and adhere to the pop-up. For more info on how to create the zebra, watch this video HERE.
9. Cut a heart from white cardstock using the second smallest heart die from the Fitted Hearts set. Stamp sentiment with black ink. Color heart with Festive Berries Distress Ink. Adhere to card as shown.
- Decorate the outside of the card.
- Die cut a rectangle from white cardstock using one of the Fitted Rectangle dies. Adhere on the grass part of the card to write a note.
I hope you enjoyed creating this card as much as I did.
Hello my crafty friends! It’s Raquel Mason here today with a Katie Label Pivot card that has a surprise disappearing label when you open the card. As with all pivot cards, the front is usually the inside, except when you have a cut out opening on one of the labels. Let me show you.
It’s Frances here and it’s my turn to post a Pop it Ups Wednesday tutorial.
This time round I decided to pull out my Pop it Ups Cup Pop Stand Card die set, combining it with the new ModaScrap Patterned Paper and Joset Designs Macaron die set.
It’s Sandy here with a Pop it Ups card celebrating my Dad’s 93rd birthday. I’m so fortunate to have both of my parents with me. They are in their 90’s and living independently near me. I have many birthdays on my May calendar but none more important than my Dad’s. I made this card for him and I’m sure he will get a little chuckle out of it.
Hello my crafty friends! It’s Raquel Mason here today with a masculine card to share with you. In general, I think many of us would agree that it’s trickier to create a masculine card than a feminine card. My Dad loves chocolate so I thought the Cake Pop Up would make a perfect card for him.
I would like to show you how I made this easy Father’s Day card – or for added versatility, simply change the sentiment to suit your needs. Let’s get started!
It’s Frances here today with a Pop it Ups Wednesday tutorial to share with you all. Some years ago Karen Burniston showed how to create a Flying Easel Card and that is what I have created using Poppy the Owl, Labels & Circles, Iron Fence Pop-Up and the All Seasons Tree.
Hi, Sandy here – It’s Pop it Ups Wednesday and I’m happy to be sharing a fun card with you. I like keeping some cards on hand that can be mailed when the mood hits me. Time can get away from us and it’s always nice to send a little “Hay There” to someone you care about.
Happy Spring – It’s Sandy here with you to share a card that has all the feelings of spring with a rustic touch. Butterflies are always a popular theme and I’ve used one from the Butterfly Pivot Card along with the Gatefold – Elegant Roses to create a whimsical feel.
Hello my crafty friends! It’s Raquel Mason here today to share a technique from Karen Burniston called Seamless Backing. This technique is perfect for adding pattern paper to any pivot die. I love pivot cards because the front is also the inside when you open the card! Let me show you how I made this special Mother’s Day card. Remember that you can change the sentiment to suit your needs as the Heart Pivot is perfect for many occasions.
Hello crafty friends, it’s Summer Hills-Painter here.
Today I want to share with you an easy Mother’s Day card using the Flower Pot Pop Stand die. Let me show you how I made it.