Hi everyone, today I’m excited to be joining my very first Craft Stash Christmas Blog Hop!
Christmas in July is getting more and more popular here in the UK, so it was fun to do some early Christmas crafting and make this Pop-Up Shadow Box card for the Hop!
Each day Craft Stash will release a new video featuring a Christmas-themed tutorial from the Exclusive Co-Brand Designers and Design Team members!
There are also lots of prizes to be won, to Enter Simply subscribe to this channel and to the CraftStash channel here, watch, like and add a comment on all of the videos before the closing date of July 15th! There will be prizes every day including a grand prize of CraftStash vouchers worth £100!
THE COMMENT to add to this video is the answer to the question… How many flaps did I cut away? before the closing date of July 15th!
***FOLLOW THE BLOG HOP***
You can find all the hoppers below and links to their tutorials.
Friday 1st July Lou Collins
Saturday 2nd July Sam Calcott YOU ARE HERE!
Sunday 3rd July Marta Debika
Monday 4th July Sasha Reade
Tuesday 5th July Helen Griffin
Friday 8th July Christina Griffiths
Saturday 9th July Sheena Douglass (Link coming soon)
I wanted to use the Creative Craft Products Triple Aperture die set again and thought this pop-up style would work perfectly.
The card folds flat and will fit into a custom envelope or box envelope.
I wanted a style to show off the cute stamped images.
I made a drastic change in the tutorial so make sure you watch my video below to see what I did.
SUPPLIES USED TO MAKE MY CARD
Creative Craft Products DL Aperture die set available here.
RSPB Magazine kit 1 is available here.
Hunkydory Snow Acetate is available here.
MEASUREMENTS NEEDED TO MAKE MY CARD
1 piece of 10.1/2 x 8.1/4 card for the main card base.
Score along the 10.1/2 side at 4′, 5”, 9′ & 10′
1 piece of 6.1/4 x 8.1/4 card for the back of the card.
Score along the 6.1/4 side at 1.1/4
1 piece of 3.3/4 x 8.1/4 acetate.
2 strips of 1′ x 8.1/4 card to attach the acetate.
Score along the 81′ side at 1/2′
Check out my full tutorial below to see how I made it.
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