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Multi Panel Pop-Up Cards

Hi everyone, here’s a fun pop-up card style for you to try.

Firstly can I apologise for the missing measurements in the video tutorial, I actually said them wrong and edited them out. However, it doesn’t seem to have stopped you from making it, as I’ve seen so many wonderful versions being shared on our Mixed-Up Crafters Facebook group here.

This style card is another great one to show off any larger stamped images and beautiful papers.

I’m so pleased I purchased these comical frog stamps, they are easy to colour and really stand out!

These are 5 x 7 size cards when folded and will fit nicely in one of my DIY envelopes here or in my box envelopes here.

SUPPLIES USED TO MAKE THESE CARDS

Personal Impressions Frog Smile stamp set (SOLD OUT) I’ve tried looking on eBay & Amazon but can’t find any in stock.

Personal Impressions Christmas Tree stamp set available here.

My Christmas paper pad (SOLD OUT)

I used the Craft UK Green & Red cardstock. I purchased this from Craft Stash, but they’ve since sold out.

MEASUREMENTS NEEDED TO MAKE THESE CARDS

2 pieces of 5′ x 7′ card for the front and back.

1 piece of 10′ x 7′ card for the middle concertina fold.

Score along the 10′ side at 2.1/2, 5′ & 7.1/2

2 pieces of 6′ x 5′  card for the large pop-up panels.

Score along the 6′ side at 1.1/2, 3′ & 4.1/2

2 pieces of 4.5/8 x 4′ card for the side panel.

Score along the 4.5/8 side at 1/2′, 1.1/4 & 3.7/8

1 piece of 6′ x 2.3/4 card for the middle panel.

Score along the 6′ side at 1′ & 3′ & 5′

2 pieces of card to cover the middle panel.

4 pieces of 4.3/4 x 6.3/4 pattern and plain paper to decorate the 4 main sides of the card.

Check out my full tutorial below.

I drew in a thin line to turn the bauble into a hanging decoration.

Happy crafting

Sam

xoxo

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