Friday, September 26, 2014

[Video]Artfully Sent Halloween Pop Up Card - Close to My Heart Cricut

Today's card is a fun pop up Halloween card from the new Close to My Heart Artfully Sent Cricut cartridge!
Step One was to decorate the front, which I show in the video below.
Then comes the tricky part - folding the "Happy Halloween" just right. I go through all the steps in the video below.
Notice this detail above - it takes some planning to get it to fold properly and so the card folds up nicely. The video below shows just how to do this.

Here are the cuts I used:
Below is #M1067C2 on the Explore
Below is #M458E2 on the Explore
Below is #M4628F on the Explore
Here are the products I used:
Below you can check out the video on how to make this card. 

I apologize for the length of the video but I wanted to be sure you knew each step and could see how the folds worked on the pop up portion. 

Click HERE if you can't see the video:



Got to have the Close to My Heart Artfully Sent Cricut Cartridge that makes 400 different cards? You can purchase it right here at my Close to My Heart shopping page!

It's National Stamping Month and Close to My Heart has a great promotion!
The 30 piece stamp set above is FREE with any stamp purchase of $30 or more (not including the $5 Stamp of the Month)!

Speaking of Stamp of the Month, here's the latest one:
You can order on my shopping site HERE.

EXTENDED! New Cricut Giveaway - Sophisticated Soiree
How can you win?

1) Leave a comment below - Have you made pop up cards before?
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Winner will be announced on September 28, 2014 and has two weeks to claim prize.  U.S. Residents only, please, over 18.  Void where prohibited.


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28 comments:

  1. I have made POP-UP cards before they are lots of fun!! You did one wicked awesome creative job yours I love it.
    Just everything about it is BOOtabublous!!

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  2. A few - with Cricut carts, the Cameo, and by hand! My family is always very impressed! Haha!

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  3. I have never made a pop up card. Hey look so intimidating! Yours is awesome though. I'd love to make one using a Cricut cart though. I think it would be easier.

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  4. I have only made one pop up card and that was Elmo on the Sesame Street cartridge. Folding him was indeed the most difficult part but giving it to a child, they didn't notice any imperfections.

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  5. Cute card! Thanks for sharing your time, talents, and imagination with us.

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  6. Joy...Bless you for the patience you took to figure this out and to share a video to help us through it! I will try it! Got my cartridge and stamps and the bonus from you too! THANK YOU So much!

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  7. What a cute card! I've only made one pop-up card and it took me two tries to get it right. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. I've made one pop up card. Your card is adorable!

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  9. Earline Pritchard

    Never made a pop up card - yet! Thanks for sharing your creativeness with us! Love the card.

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  10. No, I've never made a pop up card, looked too hard before. Thanks for your video, it made it look so easy. Love your cute card!

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  11. Love your frightfully cute card!!! I've never made a pop up card, but I can't wait to try. Thanks for your great video, I always love them!

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  12. Very fun card. I have only made a few pop up cards.

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  13. What a fun card, Luv it!!! I have made a couple pop up cards. Excited to try some more. :)

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  14. I love this card, so fun!! Thank you for the video. It's great to see how these cards come together.

    Leslie

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  15. Like the style of pop-up cards. Not sure any of the cards I'cve made could be called po-ups in this manner.
    Melssa
    "Sunshine HineyBee"

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  16. Great video, Joy! I would never have been able to figure this on my own. My AS cartridge just arrived yesterday,so I am hoping to have time to play with it over the weekend. Thank you so much for all of the great tips. BethAnn M.

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  17. Love your card! Halloween is such a fun time to create, love all the colors!

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  18. I have made pop up cards. Your video really is very helpful! Thank you.
    Martha from Norman

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  19. I made some Halloween pop up cards for grandkids and a couple of pop up scrapbook pages. But mine never looked as good as yours. You did a great job! Thanks for sharing and for all the prizes.

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  20. What an awesome card! I just love this new cartridge! But It is funny to see someone else have 2 left hands. I was beginning to think I was the only one that ripped my cards apart because something wasn't straight or didn't go right. LOL! What a great tip you gave by putting the stamp on the table to line it up straght. Thanks for sharing your fun card and you great tip!
    Hugs,

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  21. I have never made a pop up card before. I just recently (yesterday) purchased a Cricut Explore. I came across your blog and youtube channel while searching on tutorials. I just bought the Artfully Sent cartridge. I'm excited to learn how to use my cricut.

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  22. I have never made a pop up card. Your video was very informative and funny. Thanks
    Lisa in Lansing, MI

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  23. Two years ago I made Boo popup cards. I dangled a spider right in front of the boo. So much fun to make.

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  24. I own the pop-up card cart so you would think I should have done one by now, but no...I'm to worried I'll screw things up.

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  25. I do not have the cartridge and I have never made a pop- up - I know my grandson would love to get a pop up card made by his granny.

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  26. The more I see it the more I want it

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