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Tuesday, 19 January 2016

Bright Party Pop Up Cards using Thinlets Dies Up! UK

Today is all about keeping things super simple
And these new Party Pop Up! Dies are super Simple
They do come with full instructions on the Die Packaging, but after playing with the dies for a bit, I came up with my own way that seemed a little simpler .... I hope you will too

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  • A Video Tutorial
  • & a typed tutorial
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Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.
Watch the Video Below

1.    Trim a piece of Thicker Whisper Cardstock to 21 cms x 14.8 cms; score the long side at 10.5 cms, fold & burnish
2.  Trim a piece of Designer Series Paper to 20.5 cms x 14.4 cms; fold in half and burnish the fold (this is the liner)
3.  Using Tear & Tape Adhesive, or Tombow, Adhere the liner to the inside of the card
4.  Trim a piece of co-ordinating cardstock to 10 x 9.4 cms; score the shorter side at 4.7 cms
5. Trim a piece of Thicker Whisper White Cardstock to 9 x 16 cms; use this to die cut the pop up die using the Magnetic Platform
6.  Pop out the excess cardstock pieces from the die & remove excess cardstock, trimming off to the corners, leaving a long strip with die cut in the middle section
7.  Measure between the score lines at 5 cms cop &bottom and make a score line using a ruler and Bone Folder; carefully fold and burnish all 3 score lines
8.  Turn the die cut strip upside down, and lay the co-ordinating scored cardstock on top, matching up the centre score lines; using a strip of Fast Fuse or Tear & Tape adhesive, adhere the die cut flaps onto the co-ordinating cardstock. This will create a cube shaped hanging die cut.
9. attach adhesive to the back of the co-ordinating cardstock and mount onto your card base. Be sure to use a strong adhesive such as Tombow or Tear & Tape.
Finish with a Honeycomb with a Embellishment

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