One Lucky Day

Let’s make another easy popup card!

One Lucky Day Today we’ll be making an easy popup card using the One Lucky Day paper-pack from Taylormadecards4U. Hello and welcome to Debbie J’s Crafting Corner. I’m Debbie, and each week I show you how you can create awesome cards and other crafty projects.

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For this month’s project, I’m using the One Lucky Day Digital Kit from TaylorMadeCards4U to create an easy popup card.

I printed out three of the pattern papers and a few of the embellishments.  To cut out the circle shapes, I used a three inch “circle” from the patterns and shapes pre-loaded SVGs on my ScanNCut.


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Pop-up mechanism

For the pop-up mechanism, I’m using a 5 1/2 by 8 1/2 piece of regular weight cardstock, scored at 4 1/4 for the inside of the card. To turn it into a popup card, while it’s folded in half, I cut two 1 inch slits about an inch apart at the center of the fold. Easy Popup Easy Popup

Once you open it back up, gently press in the center of the cut to “pop” it into the card. You now have a little ledge to use for the mechanism.

Easy Popup Easy Popup To decorate the inside, I took one of the pattern pieces and cut Two 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inch panels. I cut matching slits to go around the mechanism. Then I attached them to the inside of the card around the mechanism with dot liner adhesive. Easy Popup

Now I can add the popup. While I was cutting out the ephemera, I also cut some additional circles from white cardstock. So I added two of them to the back of a circle ephemera pieces, just to give it a little more structure. Then I adhered the bottom of the circle to one of the ledges with some art glitter glue.

Easy Popup Easy Popup To decorate the outside of the easy popup card, I used another of the pattern papers and a heat embossed sentiment from the Shenanigans Stamp set from Colorado Craft Company. As a finishing touch for the front, I added some Bright Gold Nuvo Drops. I added another sentiment to the inside of the card.

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