Hello everyone, today its the start of a new 2 week series where I will share 14 cards with a focus on Stamping, Blending, Stenciling and many more techniques. I will be sharing my love of colouring and combining it with my fun fold card designs.
First up I have this sweet Pop-Up Box Card in the style of a Vegetable Patch!
This was lots of fun to make and colouring those little vegetables was very relaxing.
I used my Arteza Everblend Markers to colour all of the veg, these blend well and the colours are very vibrant.
You can get the markers direct from Arteza here for the 60 set or here for the 120 set.
These cards fold flat and you have room on the back to stamp and write your message.
To make these cards you will need…
1 piece of 3″ x 6″ white card for the back.
1 piece of 2.3/4 x 5.3/4 white card for the background to colour. I used the Mermaid Lagoon and Mustard Seed Distress Oxide Inks. These are available from Craft Stash here.
The blending brushes I use are from Amazon here.
2 pieces of 1″ x 3″ Kraft Card for the corners of the crate. Score along the 1″ side at 1/2″
4 pieces of 1/2 x 2.7/8 kraft card for the front panels.
8 pieces of 1/2 x 2.1/2 kraft card for the side panels. Score along the 2.1/2 side at 2″
3 pieces of 1/2″ x 4″ brown card for the inside strips. Score along the 4″ side 1/2″ x 3.1/2
2 pieces of 2.3/8 x 2.3/4 brown card for the front and back of the card.
5 pieces of 3/4″ x 5/8″ white card to make the bunting.
String to hang the bunting.
The scissors I recommend to fussy cut is the Tonic Studio Snips, which I got from Craft Stash
The glue I use is the Dawn Bibby glue also from here.
Check out my full tutorial below.
If you enjoy making Pop-Up Box Cards I have shared my Box Card playlist below.
These are great cards for showing off your themed stamp sets.
Thank you for stopping by today and I hope you enjoy the rest of the series and the 14 cards I have to share.
3 thoughts on “Pop-Up Veg Patch Box Card”
Love these pop up boxes. There’s really so much you can do with them for any occasion! TYFS
Your tutorial said I could purchase sound modules for. Five for $8. —— from where. ??
Not on this tutorial, it’s on my ‘Record Your Message Card’ you will find the links to the modules I used in the link below.