This is the inside of the card. To make the spirals for the pop-up you punch a 1 3/8" circle and sart cutting it into a spiral. After the circles are cut into spirals you put adhesive in the middle of the circle and then at the outside where you began cutting. It is best to get your circles cut and adhesive on then you can stamp the background then position the circles inside the card where you want and then close the card to attach the other end to the top part of the card. This idea works great for a lot of themes. The hardest part about this card was actually cutting out all the butterflies!
This is a card I made a while ago. I saw this done at convention and then saw instructions for it on-line somewhere. If I knew who to give credit to I would. This is the outside of the card. This card is 4 1/4" square and the base of the card is kraft cardstock.
Recipe: Paper: kraft, whisper white, pixie pink and pumpkin pie cardstock; Bella Rose DSP Stamps: Flight of the butterfly (111564), Inspired by Nature (111656)(this set is on the dormant list). Ink: kiwi kiss, pumpkin pie, pacific point, pixie pink, basic black Accessories: 1 3/8" circle punch, mini glue dots, 1/2" pumpkin pie striped grosgrain ribbon, paper snips, scallop edge punch, scallop circle punch and sponge (used for clouds), trio flower punch
I live in Dublin, OH with my hubby Bryce. We have seven children, one daughter and six sons. I have seven grandchildren and love each one of them to pieces. I am an independent Stampin' Up demonstrator and love to spend my free time stamping and creating all kinds of projects.