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Add a little fun to your Christmas card making. A Christmas Pop Up Card from Carlene Eshelman is a fun and unexpected alternative to traditional holiday paper crafts. Be sure to personalize the front of your card and include a special message inside.

Christmas Pop Up Card
 

Materials:

  • Completed card front
  • 5-1/2” X 10” cardstock
  • 2-1/2” X 3” cardstock
  • Craft knife
  • Cutting mat
  • Pencil
  • Adhesive
  • Embellishments

Instructions:

  1. Take 5-1/2” X 10” cardstock and fold in half. This will be your card insert.
     
  2. Fold 2-1/2” X 3” cardstock in half.
     
  3. Match and center 2 1/2” X 3” cardstock to center fold of 5-1/2” X 10” cardstock.
     
  4. Hold flat, and trace vertical edges of smaller cardstock piece.
     
  5. Place card insert onto cutting mat.
     
  6. With craft knife, cut the two vertical pencil lines.
     
  7. Hold insert in your hands, and gently push up the center where you cut.
     
  8. Fold cut area down and crease. It should pop out.
     
  9. Attach a sentiment, or embellishment to the front of the pop out area.
     
  10. Embellish insert as desired.
     
  11. Adhere insert to completed card front.

 

How to Make a Christmas Pop Up Card:


 

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How do you surprise someone you love a lot on Christmas? You give them a pop-up card that you made yourself. I love your idea for a card. I was thinking of using old card faces for the card stock. Do you think that would work out for this project?

I love the colors of this card. Very festive!

I want to send tomorrow by mail.

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