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How do you make a pop up card step by step?

How do you make a pop up card step by step?

Instructions: This pop up card is a little different than the others….

  1. Fold a piece of construction paper or cardstock in half.
  2. Cut slits at the center of your card.
  3. Open the card and fold tabs inward.
  4. Print or draw your pop up art.
  5. Fold your second piece of paper in half.
  6. Decorate your pop up card and write a message.

How do you make a 3 D pop up card?

To make a 3D card, start by folding a piece of cardstock in half. Next, make two snips along the fold where you want something to pop out, and fold in the part you snipped. Then, cut out your drawing and glue it to the popped out area of the card so it has a 3D effect when the recipient opens it.

How do you make a pop-up valentine card?


  1. Fold both pieces of card stock in half.
  2. Cut six 2-inch slits into the fold of the inner piece to make the pop-up stands.
  3. Glue the inner card to the shell.
  4. Cut out heart shapes from the colored paper and glue them onto the pop-up stands.
  5. Write your message.

How do you make a 3d rainbow?

Here’s how to make it: Add generous amounts of glue to edges and fill with cotton balls on both sides front and back. Cut cloud like shapes out of white paper. Add glue and cotton balls to cloud shapes. Carefully glue each opposite edge of the paper rainbow to the cloud shapes.

How do you make a small paper car?

Fold the paper in half, widthwise. Run your fingernail along the fold to make a crease, then unfold the paper. Fold the top and bottom edges of the paper by 1/3. Fold the top edge of the paper down by 1/3.

How do you make a glitter bomb letter?

How to Make a Glitterbomb Card Prank

  1. Fold a strip of tissue paper and glue the sides together so it becomes a pouch.
  2. Pour some glitter into the pouch.
  3. Fold over the top of the tissue paper pouch and glue it down with the glue stick.
  4. Squeeze some PVA glue onto the pouch and stick it down near the edge of the card.

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