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Thursday with Sandiebella: Create a Corner Pop Up Card

These weeks are whizzing by like crazy! Sandiebella has another fab step by step make for us today.

Corner Pop Up Card

Stamping Bella: Thursday with Sandiebella - Create a Corner Pop Up Card

Supplies:

Card
Designer paper
Scoring board and bone folder
Circle and scalloped circle dies (for easel)
3D foam tape/dots
How to:
To make the card base, cut one piece of white card measuring 8” x 8”. Score at 4” top to bottom.

Flip the card 90 degrees and score at  4” down to the intersecting scoreline.

Using a ruler and scoring tool, score at the same centre 4″ mark, diagonally, down to the 4″ horizontal scoreline.

Cut the bottom section at 4″ up to the horizontal scoreline.

For the panels cut:

2x    3 7/8″ x 3 7/8″ pieces of white card
2x    3.75″ x 3.75″ pieces of white card
1x   3.75″ x 3.75″ piece of patterned paper
2x   3.5″ x 3.5″ pieces of patterned paper

Cut the 3.75″ x 3.75″ pieces of white card and the 3.5″ x 3.5″ pieces of patterned paper diagonally to make triangles. Adhere a piece of patterned paper to each of the pieces of card.

Adhere the triangles to the top sections of the card base.

Adhere the 3.75″ x 3.75″ piece of patterned paper to one of the 3 7/8″ x 3 7/8″ pieces of white card and stick down on the right hand side of the bottom section. Adhere the second 3 7/8″ x 3 7/8″ piece of white card to the left hand section (this will fold underneath and can be used to write a personal message).

Fold the bottom left section under the bottom right section and your card base should look like this. If you’re having trouble with it popping open, crease all of you scorelines well, especially the centre scoreline of the top section. Set the card base aside for now.

Stamping Bella: Thursday with Sandiebella - Create a Corner Pop Up Card

To make the easel card I used a 3″ scalloped circle die, a 2.75″ double stitched circle die, and a 2.5″ stitched circle die. Instructions on how to make a circle easel card can be found in one of my previous tutorials HERE.

Apply adhesive to the bottom of the easel card and adhere it to the bottom right section, ensuring it’s going to face forward when the card is folded into postion.

Stamping Bella: Thursday with Sandiebella - Create a Corner Pop Up Card Stamping Bella: Thursday with Sandiebella - Create a Corner Pop Up Card

Stamp Sleepy Bunny Wobble onto white card and colour using your preferred medium.

Stamping Bella: Thursday with Sandiebella - Create a Corner Pop Up Card
Cut the bunny out using the coordinating CUT-IT-OUT dieStamp the sentiment onto white card and cut that out using the dies also.
Stamping Bella: Thursday with Sandiebella - Create a Corner Pop Up Card
Adhere the bunny to the front of the easel using 3D foam tape/dots.Stamping Bella: Thursday with Sandiebella - Create a Corner Pop Up Card
Adhere the setiment to the centre of the inside bottom of the easel card using 3D foam tape/dots. The front of the easel will pop behind the sentiment holding it open.
Decorate if desired.Stamping Bella: Thursday with Sandiebella - Create a Corner Pop Up Card

Over To You!

Share your personal favourite Stamping Bella creations with us. We LOVE to see what you’ve been creating with Stamping Bella stamps. Share a link to your latest Stamping Bella card in the comments below, or an old favourite you made a while ago. Tell us what your favourite stamps are. Are there any additions you would like to see to the range? Let us know!

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Until next time, HAPPY STAMPING!

MWAH

Elaineabella

One Comment

  1. Gail Plaskiewicz says:

    This is so cool & I have this stamp! I might have to try this! I love it!

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