Sunflower Pop-Up Card Tutorial!

Hi friends, It may be cold in your neck of the woods but you can send some sunshine with this fun pop-up card!

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Watch the video to see how it’s done and then try it yourself! I did use a die for the pop up parts but they would be easy enough to hand cut. I actually came across these when I was doing my year-end supply assessment and decided I really wanted to give them a try!

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I hope you enjoy this project and til next time happy crafting!

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5 Responses

  1. Great pop up card. I have those dies. How about showing us how to use the new Jane Davenport face stencils. I need help with the eyes and hair.

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  2. Hi Lindsay, I have a quick question and didn’t want to leave it in the comments. Is the address at the bottom of the newsletter I have been signed up for your address where I could send you just a little something? Thank you. Take care and God bless.
    Sincerely Becky B from Arkansas

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  3. This video inspired me, and I made two pop up cards. No sunflowers, but I used other flower stamps, and different embellishments. It took some planning to find stamps that would fit the card, fit the die I had for the front of card, etc etc. And the time to color (I used Spectrum Noir)….took a nice chunk of two days’ visits to my craft table, but I am happy with the results. My motto for years has been to use what you have!

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