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Triangle Corner Pop Up Card

August 29, 2019

I shared a pop up corner card recently which a lady from my Beachmere classes had asked me to have a look at.  Well, included in the instructions for the card she was interested in was a link to a video for this style of card.  I watched a couple and decided that Jan B’s video was the easiest to follow.  I cut my card base from Thick Whisper White card and followed Jan’s instructions on scoring and cutting.  My layers are all Whisper White card which I embossed using the Subtle 3D Embossing folder – except the one that is hidden which I wanted to be able to write a message on. The embossed card is attached to Night of Navy card before attaching to the card base.  I stamped the small daisy from the Daisy Lane stamp set onto Whisper White card 6 times and punched them out using the Medium Daisy Punch.  I used my bone folder to add some dimension and then attached three flowers on top of each other.  A daisy is added to each of the outside triangle panels.  To create the easel for the focal panel, I cut Night of Navy card using the largest of the Scalloped Circles.  I cut one full circle from Whisper White card using the largest circle from the Stitched Shapes Dies.  I cut another circle using the Stitched Shapes Die from Whisper White card which I had scored.  I cut the circle so that there was a little join at the top.  I folded one of the joined circles in half.  One the single stitched Whisper White circle I stamped the stem image from the Daisy Lane stamp set three times using Old Olive ink.  I stamped the flower image onto scrap Whisper White card 3 times using Crushed Curry ink and cut them out. I attached one flower to each of the stems.  The full circle is attached to the folded circle and the other full circle is attached to the Night of Navy scalloped circle which is attached to the card base.  I stamped the greeting from the Daisy Lane stamp set onto Whisper White card using Night of Navy ink and punched it out using the Classic Label Punch.  The greeting is attached to the circle die using dimensionals so that the folded circle will stand up.  The last panel which you can’t see when the card is on display, has the leaf image stamped using Old Olive ink and the flower stamped using Crushed Curry ink.  This leaves plenty of room to write a message and the card folds flat easily to go into an envelope!

I really love this card and truly it is very easy to create once you know how.  Thanks Narelle for sending me the link.  Have you made one of these, if not, I can thoroughly recommend it.

Bye for now,


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