Day 8 of 12 Days of Junk Journal Gift Ideas Winter Popup Card. In today’s tutorial I’ll show how to create a super cute Winter Themed Popup card. Using Calico Collage Winter Bliss digital images, fabric strips and stamps makes this card so easy to create.
Winter Popup Card Tutorial Video
Supplies used for the Day 8 of 12 Days of Junk Journal Gift 2020 Ideas Winter Popup Card
- Winter Bliss Original Sub Box Digital Download
Print Blue Snowflake page two sided on cardstock
- Fabric Strips
- Aleene’s Tacky Glue
- Sewing Machine
- Distress Ink, Walnut Stain
- Blending Tool
- Fiskars Scissors https://amzn.to/2Wwn4vE
- Kraft Paper Scraps
- Snowflake Border Stamp
- Archival Ink, Jet Black
- Lace Duo Stamps
- Corner Chomper
- Cardinal Stamp
- Red cardstock scrap
- Gold Eyelash Yarn
- Bright Green Ribbon
Day 8 of 12 Days of Junk Journal Gift Ideas 2020 – Winter Popup Card. In today’s tutorial Linda will show us how to create a super cute Winter Themed Popup card. Using Calico Collage Winter Bliss digital images, fabric strips, and stamps makes this card so easy to create!
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Starting out choose your card elements, Linda chose the Winter Bliss subscription box digitals by Calico Collage. Adding fabric to an element is a fun thing to add, take a piece of fabric scrap and create a ruffle adhere it with tacky glue. To create a ruffle. Simply position your fabric and and lightly push it backwards while moving forward with your fabric strip. Linda applied this same technique to the several elements for her card.
Linda stamped out the snowflake border with archival ink to the edges she also used the a lace duo stamp to the little postcard piece before adhering. You don’t have to sew however, Linda chose to sew her elements after the glue dried. Remember to wait for glue to dry before sewing it will make it easier on your machine and needle.
Use your stamps to create additional pieces. Linda stamped out the Cardinal Stamp a few times, then fussy cut, distressed with walnut stain distress ink to add to several pieces of her card. She took a Gold eyelash trim and a scrap piece of green ribbon and layered the cardinal on top.
Adding a sentiment sends a message to the person receiving your card. Linda chose Winter Wonderland from the Winter Bliss Digital kit.
The journaling card was created by stamping out the snowflake border stamp with archival ink to the edges of brown cardstock, then sewing around the edges of the December Calendar element.
Assembling the card with tacky glue gives you time to position your pieces. The pop up element piece is the most important part of this card. Linda placed it in the center fold of the card after applying tacky glue to the ends of the folded piece and attached her card. This will now pop up when it is opened.
What a unique card to send to friends and family! Will you be creating a pop up card this year?
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