Monday, 8 January 2018

Let the Good Times Roll

It's not secret that I love a 3D project, or a card a little "outside the square", so you can image my excitement when I saw the Let the Good Times Roll bundle on page 7 of the Occasions Catalogue which has a pop up thinlet!, here is my first card made with this super fun set

And here is the pop up inside, isn't is adorable!

This pop up isn't for the faint hearted, it took time and patience to carefully pop and fold the elements so that the will fold flat; I found that I needed to move the score line at the bottom of the roller coaster to get my card to fold flat.

Wendy Cranford has a great video on making this card, the process is explained clearly and you will also get an idea of what is required to make the pop up

Overall I think all the effort required to make this card is well worth it for the result; I can see eyes lighting up when the recipient receives one of these adorable creations. 

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  1. Just watched your video and appreciate you being so honest. Like you I get very frustrated when things don’t work right and you hit the nail on the head with your video. Having arthritis would definitely be a factor in trying to make this card/design. The honesty means a great deal, we aren’t only out there selling Stampin Up products but how to use those products. Thank you so much for sharing.

    1. Thanks Pat, the video is by Wendy Cranford - shows both how and the frustration that you can have. I watched it before making my card so was prepared, knowing that I needed to "work" the cardstock well so it would fold flat, it helped me immensely. I still love the end card though, it is soooo cute!


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