I think these are probably the most adorable papercrafting projects that I’ve ever made! These little pop-up houses are created using the July 2021 Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month and they are just so cute!
July 2021 Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month
Home Sweet Home Pop Up 3D Vignettes
I adore papercrafting so I really enjoyed creating this Pop Up Die Cut House. The assembly is straight forward and the house was easy to put together.
The house is designed to flatten for mailing. I tested this, and mine “popped up” just fine after being in an envelop.
I used Lagoon cardstock for the eaves, windows and doors and Graphite for the roof. I love the contrast of these colors against the fresh white of the house. The door knob and flower center are enamel dots.The body of the house is designed to hold a tabbed card (or three). I left mine blank as I plan to hand write a note to include when I send.
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Hello friends! I think these are probably the most adorable papercrafting projects that I\’ve ever made! These little pop-up houses are the July 2021 Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month and they are just so cute.
Home Sweet Home Pop Up 3D Vignette
I used Dahlia pink cardstock for my first house and I think it is just scrumptious! Woudn\’t this make an adorable wedding card?
This is my first pop-up card and I will say that the assembly was very straight forward.
I used two enamel dots, one for the door knob and one for the flower center.
The details are just wonderful. You can see that there is embossing along the roof peak and also around two of the windows.
The house is designed to hold cards inside. I left this one blank as I am going to hand write a personal note to my friend.
I used Teal Topaz cardstock on my second house and I have to say it has been my favorite color to use this summer.
The houses are designed so they can be flattened for mailing, but they pop right back into position when you take them out of the envelop.
I am so pleased that you stopped by to see these fun houses!
Hello and Welcome. Today we are showcasing \”Occasion\” cards at The Watercooler Wednesday Challenge and Helen is our hostess. I wanted to make a birthday card for my daughter. Megan\’s beloved \”Tank\” is her baby so I went with a dog themed card.
I was at a card making convention and I saw a stamp that looked just like Tank so I put together a little birthday scene and I colored the dog to look like Tank. Since it is for my daughter, I wanted to make it special so I included a \”pop-up\” dog inside.
I Copic colored all the stamped images, added gel pen accents and used Nuvo Crystal glaze on the cake frosting and balloons. I fussy cut most of the images but did die cut the pop up. The tone on tone details didn\’t photograph well, but the background was made using an embossing folder.