Stamp Club Project Part Three

Birthday cheer pop up book all my love designer series paper stampin’ up! demonstrator how to diy  handmade  homemade  rubber stamping  crafts

Stamp Club Project Part Three

Today I am sharing the third and final project we created at my Stamp Club last Saturday, and guess what else?  I have a FREE downloadable tutorial on how to create one yourself at home! 

Card details will be listed at the bottom of this post.

Birthday cheer pop up book all my love designer series paper stampin’ up! demonstrator how to diy  handmade  homemade  rubber stamping  crafts

Birthday cheer pop up book all my love designer series paper stampin’ up! demonstrator how to diy  handmade  homemade  rubber stamping  crafts

Pop-Up Book Card

I love how the card turned out, I used the Broadway Bound Specialty Designer Series Paper.  As you can see from the photo above, this double-sided paper has lots of foil sheets as well as some brightly colored papers as well, so perfect for a sophisticated birthday card.

 Birthday cheer pop up book all my love designer series paper stampin’ up! demonstrator how to diy  handmade  homemade  rubber stamping  crafts cardmaking

Birthday cheer pop up book all my love designer series paper stampin’ up! demonstrator how to diy  handmade  homemade  rubber stamping  crafts cardmaking

Did you notice those cute squiggly lines on the side of the “book”?  I had recently received the Lilypad Lake Bundle, and I thought the I wonder how that would work on a book card, so I put it to the test, and I love how it turned out (insert a squeal here)!  

The cute little party hat was fussy cut from the same DSP and popped up on dimensionals.  Lastly, I added some of the Red Rhinestones, which coordinated perfectly. 

Birthday cheer pop up book all my love designer series paper stampin’ up! demonstrator how to diy  handmade  homemade  rubber stamping  crafts cardmaking

For the front of my Pop-Up Book card, I cut a piece of candles DSP, which I felt needed no additional sentiment because it spoke volumes. I added a piece of the Lovely Lipstick Cardstock at the DSP, added a bow with the coordinating 1/8″ Lovely Lipstick Grosgrain ribbon, and I called the front done!

I thank you for stopping by to visit with me today and hope I have inspired you to go create some of these Pop-Up Book cards and send them on their way to a blessed recipient.  

I appreciate your business and have included the product I used on this project below for your convenience.  You can also download the supply list AND instructions for creating this super cute birthday card.  

I so appreciate your comments and would love to hear what you think about this card and if you plan to make one soon.

Blessings, and until the next time, remember to hug the ones you love, none of us are promised tomorrow!

2 Comments

  1. what a super fun card! thanks for sharing it and the download instructions- I am going to try one this weekend!!!

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