Hi everyone, today I’m sharing a card I’ve really enjoyed making. This card is made using my all-time favourite stamp set!
I love, love, love this stamp set! maybe its because I live by the sea, it’s lovely to colour and because there are so many different images it’s easy to create lovely scenes.
I coloured these images using my Arteza TwiMarkers, available here.
This Pop-Up style is quite springy and doesn’t really stand well on its own and has frustrated me when making them in the past, I this time I’ve added some greyboard to the base making it much stronger and allowing it to be displayed better.
It all folds flat and fits into a handmade envelope.
The metal corner protectors are from Amazon here.
This stamp set is available from Craft Stash here & here.
The paper I used for the nautical card is from the Fresh Feelings pad from The Works here.
The stamp set I used to stamp my sentiment on the back is from the Daisy, Ditsy & Dotty set available from Craft Stash here.
I also wanted to show this style card in a more feminine way so I decided to make this pretty one using the Paper Addicts ‘Forever & Always’ pack.
I fussy cut the flowers from one of the sheets and created a large cluster on the front.
I think this version is beautiful!
This lovely sentiment is from the Card Making Magic ‘Verses” stamp set available here.
The Forever & Always pad is by Paper Addicts and available here.
The butterfly die is from the Bright Rosa ‘Butterfly Band’ set here.
To make this card you will need…
1 piece of 5.1/2 x 11.3/4 A4 length, white card for the main card.
Score along the long side at 5.1/2, 7.1/2, 9.1/2 & 11″
1 piece of 4.3/4 x 3″ acetate.
Score along the 4.3/4 side at 1/4″ & 2.1/4
1 piece of 5.1/4 x 3.1/4 pattern paper for the main front piece.
4 pieces of 1.3/4 x 5.1/4 pattern paper
1 piece of 5.1/4 x 5.1/4 pattern paper for the back.
1 piece of 5.1/2 x 5.1/2 white paper for the back.
1 piece of 2.1/2 x 6″ chipboard for the base.
2 piece of 2.1/2 x 6″ pattern paper to cover the base.
To make the envelope you need a piece of 11″ x 11″ paper and using the envelope punch board score your first at 4.7/8.
Check out my full tutorial below.
I hope you have enjoyed today’s Showstopper card from me and give it ago.
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2 thoughts on “Showstopper Pop-Up Display Card”
I love both of the cards Sam. They are adorable. I do love the lighthouse! TYFS
I tried out this card, and it’s so fun to make and with your instructions, it’s quite easy. Thanks so much, please keep bringing us beautiful cards!!