Monday, March 14, 2016

Inspire Me Monday: Pop Up Box Tutorial

Howdy all!  Welcome to the Power Poppy blog!  I'm your hostess, Allison Cope, for today's edition of Inspire Me Monday.
Today I’m going to share with you how to make a fun and relatively simple “Pop Up Box” card.

Grab a cup of your favorite beverage and join me at my scrappy desk...

 

Click HERE to download the card base, braces and decorative panel dimensions.

Here’s a few quick looks at my two Pop Up Box cards today...
Copics: BV23, BV31, BG10, BG11, Y000, Y00, Y11, Y13, YG23, YR000, YR00, YR12 

Copics: C0, C1, C2, C4, R0000, R000, R00, Y0000, YR0000, YR000

Thanks for stopping by today!  I hope you enjoyed my creative journey today! 

~ Ally ~


Supplies:
Tulip Birthday
stamps: Power Poppy (Dynamic Duos: Peonies & Tulips, Short Stacks, My English Rose)
cardstock:  Recollections #110 White Cardstock, Bazzill (Sawdust)
patterned paper: Penny Black (Painted Blooms)
ink: Memento (Grey Flannel), Copic Markers, Sakura (Glaze Pen)
die: MFT (Stitched Ovals), Spellbinders (Scalloped Circles, Ribbon Banners), Cheery Lynn Designs (Polynesian Sails Mini, Expandable Tiny Borders), Pretty Pink Posh (Picket Fence)
corner rounder:  EKSuccess.


Love Roses
stamps: Power Poppy (My English Rose, Azalea)
cardstock:  Recollections #110 White Cardstock, Bazzill (Marshmallow), Vellum
patterned paper: Penny Black (Gentle Whisper)
ink: Memento (Grey Flannel), Simon Says Stamp (Twirling Tutu), Copic Markers, Versamark, Sakura (Glaze Pen)
die: MFT (Stitched Circles, Stitched Ovals), Cheery Lynn Designs (Polynesian Sails Mini, Expandable Tiny Borders), Pretty Pink Posh (Picket Fence)

embossing powder:  Micheal's (clear)
corner rounder:  EKSuccess.

12 comments:

  1. Beautiful pop up box cards! Such a great video, Ally! TFS!!!

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  2. Very fun pop up cards! I like your tip for using a die cut or punched edge for one or more of the cross pieces. I have made one of these before, but having that cross piece be decorative would really add to it. Love the flowers! TFS!

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  3. YOU ARE INCREDIBLE, ALLY!!!!! Oh wow, wow, and triple wow. Thank you for sharing such an inspiring project — you take everything to a new level and I am completely impressed.

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  4. Adorable pop up boxes. Lovely details on each one.

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  5. Beautiful box cards!! The flowers are perfect for this type of card!
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

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  6. Love to make pop-up boxes. Yours are lovely with great ideas, especially the picket fence.

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  7. Wow, Ally, these pop-up boxes have always intimidated me, but you've taken the mystery out of them and really inspired me! I loved the video and love both cards! Wow, sweet friend, you are amazing! Hugs! xoxo

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  8. Hi Ally Love your pop-up boxes. Tried to download up said no file exited. Is there another way to get this file? Thank you so much. Katrina katrinacathcart@hotmail.com

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  9. Fabulous card in a box...
    Love it
    Hugs Sylvie x

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  10. I tried downloading the instruction sheet, but can't seem to open it. What am I doing wrong?
    Thanks.

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  11. I would love to download your instructions, but was unable to do so. Any suggestions? I loved samples!

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