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  • Pop Up Card Tutorial : easy to make

    Cards, Cutting paper, Paper crafts  |  0 Commentpop up card tutorial : easy to make

    V fold The most basic, 45 degree angle, V fold. Fold your paper in half. Draw a square with one side on the fold. Cut along the solid black line.   Fold and unfold along the dotted line to set the foldline. Push out the pop up from the back. This way, it looks like a vase or a spout or a bottom lip. Turned upside down it resembles a tree, or a skirt, a hat, a beak. Sideways it could be a megaphone or a telescope. The V fold is actually a box with one short side

  • Pop Up Card Tutorial Medium level

    Cards, Cutting paper, Paper crafts  |  0 Commentpop up card tutorial medium level

    Box Variation In Lesson 1 we cut rectangular boxes on the card fold. The pop out piece created by this cut has two identical faces. Viewed from the side the pop out piece and the card form a square. Lesson 2 is a variation in which the pop out piece faces are not identical. Viewed from the side the pop out and the card form a rectangle.   Some basics. Green lines denote mountain folds. (Mountain folds form an upside down V). Red lines are valley folds (Valley folds form a right-side-up V). Green and red lines should

  • Pop Up Card Tutorial: Lesson 1

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    THE BOX very easy to make While simple to construct, the box is extremely versatile. It lends itself beautifully to cards with strong graphical elements. The pop up mechanism enhances the graphics without being distracting. A Box symmetrically cut from the fold. Fold your paper in half. I like to use a whole sheet of 8.5" x 11" when I'm learning a new technique. On the outside of the folded card, draw one or more rectangles of any size, where one side of the rectangle is the fold. Here I have drawn three