Friday, May 13, 2011

Cricut Everyday Pop Up Cards Diagrams



It looks like blogger ate this post so here we go again!

I have compiled a pdf file showing the diagrams of the Cricut Everyday Pop Up Cards pop ups so making your cards just got a whole lot easier.

And, I found a great site to share my files that looks a lot easier to use than previous choices.

So, click HERE to download a copy of my Cricut Everyday Pop Up Cards diagrams.

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31 comments:

  1. What an offer to download this great free pop up cards l'll be trying them out in the near future thanks :)

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  2. This is great!! TFS! I don't have this cartridge yet, but hopefully in the future someday to I saved this to my cpu. THANK YOU!!! -Sam :-)

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  3. I would really like to be able to do that. Thanks!

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  4. This will be a lot of help. Thanks so much.

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  5. I don't have this cartridge yet, but this will be helpful if I ever do get it. Thanks Joy and have a great weekend!!

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  6. thanks so much for the file to down load. I just love pop-up cards.

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  7. I am not a card maker ( I'm into scrapbooking) but checked out your pdf file anyway. Very easy to follow and in color too! I just love how helpful you are and I continue to learn from you.

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  8. wow, what an easy download site! Hope everyone starts using it.

    Thanks so much!

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  9. Thanks Joy for sending the PDF file, I really appreciate it! :)

    majelica at comcast dot net

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  10. Thank you for the PDF file. I love popups! Neat Cartridge!

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  11. So talented...great work!

    Come check me out at:

    http://etsy.com/shop/iluvmarin

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  12. I love pop up cards, are these easier to assemble then making them from scratch

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  13. I don't have this Cartridge.But sure hope to someday, because I Love Pop Up Cards. Thanks for the file to download. :0)

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  14. amazing.. you make it soooo easy to follow i just love the pop up cards...

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  15. I don't have the cartridge at this time but figured I better download this for when I do get the cartridge. I have a great-grandson that would love these pop-up cards. Of course, with flowers and all - everyone would. TFS

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  16. I love popup cards! Seeing these makes me really want this cartridge! They are awesome. Thanks for posting this...saving it for when I do get the cartridge. hbixby@charter.net

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  17. I was wondering how these cards go togther. Thanks abunch.
    Hugs, Jessica

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  18. Thanks SO much for doing this and sharing it!! I have this cartridge and was very disappointed when there were NO instructions on how to assemble the pop-up parts.
    Now I can go make some without a lot of confusion and frustration!

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  19. Love the instructions. Don't have this cartridge yet, but will keep on file for when I do.
    THanks for the inspiration.

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  20. the more I see of the pop ups the more I want to try them with my grand daughters, thanks.

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  21. Got to have this cart now. Thanks
    Becky
    cookiebecky@msn.com

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  22. This cart really intrigues me. Thanks so much for you insight!
    Shellee

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  23. I don't have this cartridge, but what an amazing help it will be when I get it! Thanks for the work you did.

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  24. That would be a great help to be able to change things around before making it permanent.

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  25. Wow! Thank you! Your engineering background shows. You've made us all into paper engineers too.

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  26. Thank you ever sew much for making this easier!!! I have added your link to my blog Her Craftiness that others may profit and succeed! Again, thank you
    Lynne
    Her Craftiness
    http://slasewcraftiness.blogspot.com/

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  27. Oh, THANK YOU so very much for this. Wow - what a resource! TFS
    Cheers, Karen
    alteredscrapbooking.blogspot.com

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  28. Provocraft should pay you for doing this! You turned one of their sub-par products into a real winner. Thank you so much!

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  29. I was so upset when I bought this cart. I'm so glad you figured it out. I hope it is directions for dummies:) TY again.
    Turtlelady

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  30. thanks so much for the file to down load. I just love pop-up cards.

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