Aviary Pop Out Card

This is one of the techniques we learned at the Vancouver Regionals, there isn’t an official tutorial so I’ll briefly describe how to create this card below.
Supplies:

Stamps: Aviary, Pun Fun

Paper: Pear Pizzazz, Whisper White, Tempting Turquoise

Ink: Tempting turquoise, Rich Razzleberry, Pear Pizzazz, Basic Gray

Accessories: Rich Razzleberry Taffeta Ribbon, scallop square punch

Loose instructions:

Pop Out Card
by Alison Solven

http://www.stampcrazy.typepad.com

Adapted from presentation at Vancouver BC Regional Seminar 2011

Supplies

8.25×5.25 sheet cardstock (ww)

8.5×5.5 card base

pop-out template

Stamps

Scissors

Bone folder & scoring solution

Ink

Any embellishments desired

  1. Place WW cardstock over pop out template and stamp images centered over the guidelines for popping up and in.
  2. Score cardstock at 2-1/8, 4-1/8, and 6-1/8 (next two sections are only 2 inches, outer two are 2-1/8).  These measurements should match up with the template.
  3.  Fold up cardstock to form an M shape.
  4.  Make 2 identical cuts around each image you’d like to pop up or in. Mountain folds will pop in and valley folds will pop up, you’ll have to fold them the opposite way.  Use your bone folder to help with this folding
  5.  Use sticky strip on the outer two panels to attach to the inside of a folded card base.
  6. Fold your card into a W shape and keep the cuts the opposite direction.
  7.  Decorate as desired with a ribbon wrapping the outside (place under front embellishment.)

Photos here:  https://picasaweb.google.com/krissiev/RegionalsVancouver2011#5578611049547771202

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