Hello!  In last week’s tutorial, I shared how to create a Twist Pop-Up Birthday Card (made for my son’s 9th birthday) with you.  For today’s tutorial, I will be sharing a Scalloped Pop-Up Box Birthday Card, made for my eldest daughter.  She turns eleven this week.  The card features the following products from Lawn Fawn: Scalloped Box Card Pop-Up die set, Critter Concert stamp set and Upon A Star stamp set.

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    Tutorial: Scalloped Pop-Up Box Birthday Card

    SUPPLIES: (die cut) Lawn Fawn’s Scalloped Box Card Pop-Up; Sizzix’s It’s A Party Drop-In; MFT’s Hearts In A Row (stamp sets) Lawn Fawn’s Critter Concert; Lawn Fawn’s Upon A Star (cardstock) MFT’s Sno-ConeLemon Chiffon and Tickled Pink; Bazzill Candy Necklace; Sunny Studio 6×6 paper pad – Classic Gingham; Neenah Solar White; Ellen Hutson’s Slate Gray (inks) black ink pad; Uni-Ball Gel white pen; coloring medium of choice (I used Copic markers with Prismacolor pencils (tools) Sizzix Big Shot; cutting pads; paper trimmer; bone fold, (adhesive) craft glue, double-sided adhesive tapes (optional)


    Create Pop-Up Box Base: 

    1. From the Scalloped Box Card Pop-Up die set, cut out:
      • 2 box side piece
      • 2 dividers
      • 2 rectangle frames (set comes with 2 different sizes. pick the size you want to work with.)
      • 2 square frames (set comes with 2 different sizes. pick the size you want to work with.)
    2. Assemble the box:
      • Apply adhesive to the side flap of each box piece.  (photo 2)
      • Work all the folds.
      • Adhere the 2 box sides together. (photo 2a)
      • Carefully adhere dividers inside the box.  (photo 2b)
      • Adhere frames to box’s lid. (TIP:  Make sure to stamp sentiment to the frame FIRST before adhering to the lid (photo 2c)
    3. You got your a pop-up box base!  Proceed to next step – Decorate The Pop-Up Box.

    Decorate The Pop-Up Box

    1. Die cut out 2 poles and 2 string from the Scalloped Box Card Pop-Up die set.
    2. Adhere 1 string to the pole.  Set aside the second string for now.
    3. Stamp out the “Happy Birthday To You” sentiment onto a scrap of cardstock and fussy cut it out into a banner shape.  Adhere over the string.
    4. Die cut out 3 balloons from the It’s A Party Drop-In framelet die set.
    5. Adhere balloons to the second string (from step 2 above).  Then, adhere the balloon-string to the middle back of the banner.
    6. Adhere the balloon-banner pole to the inner back of the pop-up box.
    7. Stamp, color and cut out the critters concert band.
    8. Stamp, color and cut out the fox and bunny.  (I ended up using just the babies as the adults are too large)
    9. Decide all the critters’ position placement on the box before adhering.  Adhere to dividers and lid.
    10. Adhere a white heart to the left and right lid.
    11. Well done!  You now got yourself a complete, fully decorated scalloped pop-up box birthday card!  Give yourself a pat on the back!

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