Tuesday, January 20, 2015

[Video]How to Make a Heart Pop Up Card using Artfully Sent

Check out the front of this card below:
I couldn't wait to make this heart pop up card from the Close to My Heart Artfully Sent Cricut cartridge- it's so elegant and would be great for not only Valentine's Day, but also for a wedding, anniversary or just a love note!
I made a video below showing how to make this card, including how to fold the inside of the pop up part.  Sometimes it helps to see someone actually fold these types of cards.

 Below are the cuts I used, with sizing and the code number for the Cricut Explore Design Space program. 




Here is the Cricut Design Space file for this also - CLICK HERE!

I used these products to make the card:

Forever in My Heart:
January 2015 Stamp of the Month (just $5 with a $50+ purchase):
 Close to My Heart Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge Bundle:

Heartstrings Paper Pack:
Check out the video below on how to make this card (click HERE if you can't see the video):




When you spend $50+, you can pick up the

January stamp of the month, shown above, for just $5!

You can order on my shopping site HERE.

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38 comments:

  1. No but I love yours - great job as always tfs!!!

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  2. I have made a few popup cards - my kids are always very impressed!

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  3. I haven't made any but this inspires me to give them a try!

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  4. i've made a few pop-up cards...kids seem to really like them.

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  5. I have made the butterfly pop up card from artfully sent and I really like this heart card you did. I will definitely be making more.

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  6. Ok, my comment is not showing up - not sure if you have it set for delay - but I was thanking you for your hints and encouragement to try pop up cards! Said it much differently, and sorry if you get a second comment but I usually thought the comments showed up right away! Thanks Joy!

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  7. Like all things heart shape. I'll give the heart pop-up card a try. Have made pop-up cards but not with Cricut.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  8. Hi,
    Thanks for the great tutorial! I've been MIA for a couple of months concentrating on many other projects so this is a good one to get my butt in gear again. Love that cartridge!
    Creative Wishes & Happy Valentines Day

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  9. I've made a few pop-up cards in my time and love the ones in Artfully Sent. I'm so glad you did the front of the card - always a challenge for me to get the front to coordinate with the pop-up. Thanks, Joy.

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  10. Watched vid & ready to give this a try. Hoping mine turns out 1/2 as good as yours.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  11. I've only made a few pop up cards and I love them! Your valentine is so lovely. Thanks for linking to the cut file!

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  12. Love your pretty pop-up card! No, I've never made one, but your video makes it look so easy that I may give it a try! Thanks for sharing.

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  13. Ok, I've got the inside made & will give the front a try. The heart cutout is so pretty & cut easily. Scoring was not difficult at all.I also like the rippled edge of the card base.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  14. I LOVE pop up cards, Karen Burniston has sooo many awesome ones...I have loved pop ups for years!!! I am making your valentine card now... thanks its beautiful!!!

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  15. Beautiful card! I love pop up cards and plan on making some :)

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  16. I made one for my parents Christmas card this year they loved it and I'm making this very pop up card for my hubby's Valentine this year : ) Thanks for the tutorial.

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  17. I have tried to make pop-up cards in the past, but I've not been very successful. The pop-up section always seems to be askew or is so thick that the card can't close. Your design looks like it might work well, and besides that, it's pretty!

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  18. Finished the Valentine Pop-Up Card. Made the front different. Will post to my blog tomorrow. Thank you for the inspiration.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  19. I have not made a pop up card yet. I am just starting to learn my Cricut Explore so I hope to make one soon.

    Leslie

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  20. Very pretty card! Thanks for sharing.

    I think I've made one pop-up card (but I had to make it twice to get it right, so does that count as two???)

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  21. Very pretty colors and patterns. I haven't made a pop up card in a long time.

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  23. I do make pop up cards, and I just may be scrap-lifting this one!

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  24. I've always been intimidated by making pop-up cards, but you make it look so easy. Love your videos.

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  25. I love pop-up cards but I don't know when I'll ever have time to make them.

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  26. Wow is this pop up card amazing! Love the heart inside. I myself haven't made a pop up card since I was a little girl when I fashioned a funny pop up from flimsy construction paper that kind of just flopped over. I was so proud of it and my Mom kept it all these years!

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  27. No, I don't make pop-up cards. I love them though. Thanks for the video.

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