Lovely pop-up box card inspiration [VIDEO]

One of my favorite type of cards is the pop-up box card! So, Let’s make one together! 😊 I have a new Lawn Fawn video tutorial for you on my YouTube Channel

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In my video tutorial I’m gonna teach you, how to make and fill a pop-up box card easily. The coloring process is included with Ohuhu Markers as well.


I just love cute images! Of course, I started with stamping! So, I inked the above mentioned lovely images with Jet Black inkpad to Neenah Solar White Cardstock, then I gave them a little heat set with my heat gun, to fix the ink on the cardstock. After a heat set, I started the coloring process with Ohuhu markers. I recorded the coloring process as well which can find in the video above.


When the coloring was done, I created 2 diecuts with the scalloped box card pop-up die from Mermaid cardstock. I also made a few die-cuts with the grass die from the shadow box card park add-on dies with cilantro cardstock. Then I run 3 grass die-cuts through my diecut machine with the scalloped box card pop-up die to get this scalloped ending on the bottom. Next, I created stitched rectangles with the scalloped box card pop-up die from this lovely cardstock from the What’s sewing on petite paper pack

I also created a banner with the fancy wavy banners die from Ballet Slippers cardstock.When the die-cutting was done, I did a quick ink blending on the grass die-cuts with peacock feathers distress oxide ink. I have used this color because I wanted to give a color shift to the grass. Then I put together the base with strong double sided adhesive. Next, I dressed the box with the grass edges. I just adhered them with liquid adhesive to their right place. 


Before I adhered the colored images to the box card, I stamped the sentiment to the banner with watermark ink. After this I heat embossed it with white fine embossing powder. I fold it with my teflon bone folder, and adhered it to the front of my card. 


Last but not the least, I put the colored images to their place. For the standing elephants I created one more die-cut. Adhered them together with liquid adhesive, and placed it to the grass like a clip. It will hold better and won’t bend the cardstock when it will dry. In the tutorial you can see this process as well.


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