Stampin’ Up Pop Up Panel Card Tutorial

 

My Pop Up Panel Card Tutorial today was my Card Swap Challenge for July and I must say that at first I was completely stumped as to how to put this together.  However, my Husband who is an Engineer helped me work it out and now I am flying with it.  So much so that it has lead me to do this Tutorial today.  It just goes to show how you can stretch yourself when challenged and surprise yourself! 

My Swap Card uses Smoky Slate and Sweet Sugarplum Card with the matching Blooms and Bliss DSP.  The hearts were made using the new Sweet and Sassy Framelit Dies.  The card in my video uses the Painters Palette Suite in the product list below.

I am really not going to say much about this project as it is described in so much detail in my video.  This tutorial was originally shown by Kevin Devine on YouTube and I have placed the link here should you wish to view it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZ80Hbns7XU

My tutorial shows how I cut, score and pencil in all the marks that are necessary to put this together.  You really must have a go at making one of these Pop Up Panel Cards as once you have made one, trust me, you really will want to make lots more. 

Thank you for stopping by today and Happy Crafting with love from Sandra

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6 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up Pop Up Panel Card Tutorial

    1. Sandra Ronald Post author

      Hi Anne, I agree that it is indeed a comprehensive demonstration but once you have mastered the technique you really will enjoy making them. Lovely to hear from you and sending crafty hugs your way Sandra xx

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    1. Sandra Ronald Post author

      Hi Anita,
      I am not sure what you mean by the panels for popping it up. I don’t have a photo of them close up but my video does show exactly how to make it. Thanks x

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