Monday, March 18, 2013

Tutorial - New 3D pop up cards with new papers from Graphic 45

Finally i got the new papers from G45 and i am in fussy cut heaven:-)

In this first card i used Secret garden
I lot of dimension going on here 
All inside is placed on pop ups. Also the window from Memory box

Video - Tutorial

On the backside there is a pocket with some tags i can write a message to the receiver
 The branchs is from Memory box 

 Seam binding holds the card together

Here you can see the dimension 

Had to use both paper pads so made another card with French country papers :-)
The fence is from Accucutcrafts and the label is from Marianne design

On the backside i used the new Cardstock Banners. Really love that G45 have made different cardstock images :-)

Cut out a frame and made it as a pocket. " tags inside to write message

Used paper trim to hold the card together

Some fussy cuts around he card

Seen from the top

Here are the measurements for the card

Base 7 x 12  Score at 2 and 12
strips 5 x 1 score at 1/2 -1  1/2 - 3  1/2 - 4  1/2
Strip for wider card 7 x 1 score at  1/2 - 2 - 5 - 6  1/2
If you want a strip from the end to the other end  cut 8 and score at 2 - 3 - 5 - 6 - 
 Pop up strip cut 8 and score at 3 - 3 3/4 - 6 3/4 - 7  1/2

Flip the base page and score at 4 and 8
 Wish you all a wonderful day and have fun creating :-)


  1. You have such great ideas! I just love all that you do and watch all the videos with great interest! They are really helpful to me!
    Thank you for sharing with us :)


  2. Anne, these are amazing! Aren't the new G45 papers just gorgeous? Thank you for sharing the dimensions. Great work.

  3. Anne, this is absolutely beautiful... and I adored your tutorial, so very clever!

  4. You have out done yourself with these cards.

  5. Wonderful cards! Great instruction. Can't wait to make one.

  6. Anne , I love all your beautiful ideas, Greetings from Mexico

  7. Wow, you are so very talented. I would never have been able to figure out this card without your wonderful video. I can't wait to try this card. Thanks so much!

    Rosemary, Northern California, U.S.A.

  8. Anne, Thank you so much for your detailed instructions on how to make this amazing pop-up card. I will be making these cards because of your easy to follow tutorial. I was rabbit trailing and found your site and boy what a find! You are so talented!
    Thanks again,
    Kathy Nevada City Calif. USA

  9. thanks for the tips and information..i really appreciate it..
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