I have to thank Lora at Crafts Are My Thing for this card. She brought a pop-up card to a fall card group we had and I was immediately hooked! I had to know how to do it. And as of September 21, 2010 I had never made a pop-up card before. Now everything has changed. I HAVE made a pop-up card. I've made three now and I am just getting started.
I will post the other two soon so check back (There's a nativity one and a PIANO ONE!)
I forgot how much I love the whole paper folding aspect of paper. I originally fell in love with paper when I was growing up and my family hosted a Japanese exchange student and she taught me how to do origami. I LOVED the paper folding and I REALLY LOVED the beautiful rice paper she gave to me as a present. I don't remember which I liked more. Too hard to choose between the two.
I am submitting this pop-up birthday card to the Heart to Heart Challenge.
I think I will give it to my older sister who just had a birthday. Hopefully when she opens it up and sees how amazing it is, she won't care that it is late.
Garden Green Ink
Creme Brulee Ink
Paper Garden Level One Paper
White Daisy Cardstock
White Daisy grosgrain ribbon
It's your Day stamp set
Pattern: Cupcake Cake pop-up card ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK!! You may not once to leave this site once you see the amazing pop-up cards. WARNING: make sure you know where you exact o knife is BEFORE you go to this site, you WILL need it - and you will want it - otherwise you may not be able to make some of these cards.