It’s wedding season and what better way to WOW a new couple than to make them a pop-up card. I made this particular card for an upcoming wedding that we are invited to. I recycled and changed my very first pop-up idea (from 2005) to create this fun card. If you would like to make your own angle fold pop-up card, just follow my tutorial below.
Step 1 Pop-Up Piece
On the score line, make a pencil mark at the 1-¼” and the 2-¼” marks from the top and the bottom. Draw a light pencil line perpendicular to the score line at both 1-¼” marks. Along the perpendicular pencil line, make a pencil mark 1” away from the score line on both sides (see solid black line). Connect the marks you just made with a pencil and ruler to the nearest 2-¼” mark to form two triangles that are centered on the score line (see dashed black line).
Use a ruler and a hobby blade to cut the two 2” perpendicular lines (see solid black line in step one).
Fold the triangles towards the inside of the card as shown.
Without removing the adhesive liner, place the pop-up piece inside the card base. Make sure the inside piece is straight and the pop-up piece is all the way back against the score mark of the card base.
Step 7 Wedding Rings
Step 10 Ribbon
Stamp Sets: Word Play, Curly Cute; Paper: Elegant Soiree, Soft Suede, Baja Breeze, Shimmery White, Brushed Gold; Punches: 1-¾” Circle, 2-½” Circle; Very Vanilla 5/8” Taffeta; Basic Pearls; Big Shot, Perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder; Heat Tool; White Embossing Powder; Double-sided adhesive.
Two Butterflies Pop-up Card
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