Thursday, January 14, 2021

Thank you!

Have you checked out  Stampendous!' wonderful new January 2021 release? If not, you should! There's a great new Pop Shapes Die Set that makes it so easy to create pop-up cards! Better yet, this die set coordinates with six fabulous new Perfectly Clear Stamp™ Sets. If you'd like a chance to win this set, leave a comment for me below or visit Stampendous!' blog for more information!

As I always need Thank You cards, I opted to create a Pop-up card using the new Pop Shapes Die Set with the Pop Rose Teacup Perfectly Clear Stamp™ Set and a sentiment from the Pop Hydrangea Perfectly Clear Stamp™ Set

Here's the outside of the card:

Here's the inside of the card with the pop-up element.

Stampendous! Products Used:

Other Products Used:
Angel Pink Memento™ Ink by Tsukineko®
Crimson Red VersaFine™ Ink by Tsukineko®
Courtier Pattered Paper from the Eva™ Collection by Basic Grey®
Pink Cardstock by Bazzill Basics®
Copic® Markers:
   Flowers: <R81, R81, R83, R85, YG00, Y000, Y00, Y11
   Leaves: YG93, YG95, YG97, YG99, G85, G99
   Dots: R56
   Background: YG000, YG00
   Shadows: B60, BV000, BV00
Repositionable Scotch Tape® by 3M

  1. Cut a piece of pink cardstock to 5.5" x 8.5", score at 4.25", and fold to form an A2 card.
  2. Cut a piece of patterned paper to 5.25" x 8.25".
  3. Figure out where you want your Pop-Up element. I decided I wanted mine smack in the middle, so I scored at 2" from both sides at the 4 1/8" mark.
  4. Use Repositionable Tape to secure the Pop-Up die from the POP Shapes Die set on the scored lines and run through your die-cut machine.
  5. Fold along the score lines.
  6. Edge the patterned paper panel with Angel Pink Memento ink.
  7. Apply adhesive to the patterned paper, taking care to avoid the Pop-Up area.
  8. Set aside.
  9. Use Angel Pink Memento ink to stamp the teacup.
  10. Use Tuxedo Black Memento ink to stamp the flowers and the rose.
  11. Use the corresponding dies to cut the flower bouquet and the teacup.
  12. Use the rectangle die from the Gift Wallet Die Set to cut the rose panel.
  13. Use the circles die from the Build a Wreath and WindowRama Die Sets to cut two shades of pink cardstock, then adhere the smaller onto the larger circle.
  14. Use the edger die from the POP Frame to cut pink cardstock, then use Repositionable Tape to secure the Pop-Up die from the POP Shapes Die set on the top edge of this diecut lined up with the Pop-up on the inside of the card.
  15. Use Crimson Red VersaFine ink to stamp the sentiment from the Pop Hydrangea set on the pink die-cut. Heat set, then adhere as shown.
  16. Color the tea cup, flowers, and the rose using Copic markers.
  17. Adhere the flowers to the tea cup, then carefully adhere the combined flowers-in-the-teacup to the Pop-up element.
  18. Mat the Rose rectangle with Pink cardstock cut .25 wider than the wide rectangle. Trim to 3 7/8".
  19. Trim the leftover patterned paper to 5" x 4". Edge with pink ink.
  20. Trim pink cardstock to 5.25" x 4.25" and adhere to the card front.
  21. Adhere the patterned paper panel to the card front.
  22. Adhere the matted circles to the card front as shown.
  23. Adhere the matted rose strip to finish the card.
Thanks for visiting today!


  1. Oooo I love the colors and flowers! What a cool pop up!

  2. Been a long time since I made
    a pop-up card. Need to get back
    to it. they are a big surprise
    when the recipient opens the card.
    Love your cup of posies.
    thanks for sharing

  3. Gorgeous card! Love the cup of flowers...
    Thanks for sharing.

  4. Love that the card contains a surprise when you open it up! This looks like a pop up card that I can actually make too.

  5. Lovely palette on this beautifully designed card!

  6. LOVE the pop-up teacup of flowers! Really sweet card! Pretty layering and paper choices!

  7. Oh, how lovely! Your card is just as pretty as can be. The pop-up bouquet on the inside is so much fun....really makes this card special.
    <3 J

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