February 14, 2014

Pop-up Box Card

A few days back, I saw a tutorial for this type of card on Splitcoaststampers site and loved it to bits. It's like a short version of the explosion box, another favorite of mine. I wanted to try it out immediately. Here's a look at it.... and the beauty of this card is that it can be folded flat and tucked into a envelope or box!! How cool is that. I think I am gonna try more of these...



A close-up of the center part.... I have used a mix of stickers, flowers, feather and washi tape flag to adorn it.

I used brown paper from a cloth store paper carry bag and distressed it. I wanted an old vintage look on it. I have used the same paper to stamp the sentiments on. This space below, at the back of the box, can be used to scribble a private message.

This is how it can be folded flat....

The pattern paper used here is from Lulupu store: Bo Bunny Serenity Collection 6x6" Paper pad. 

Hope you like it and I would highly recommend to give it a try.

Challenges entered
Lulupu Challenge #25 - Oh So LOVE-ly!

9 comments:

  1. awesome creation! Its a must try n m in!

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  2. beautiful it is...hoping to d link to learn hw it is made....TFS d link.

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  3. Indira this is just Wow !! I have been seeing so many of this box cards recently and its definitely on my to do list as well ..You have done a fabulous job in embellishing it especially love the colors :)
    Thank you so much for playing along Lulupu #25 and Best of Luck :)

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  4. Hey this is awesome!! I just saw someone else totally taken in by the same tutorial and trying it out!! Awesome stuff Indira! This is really going to be a hit!

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  5. Very Beautiful....will give a try..

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  6. wao!! This is such a fresh idea.. i think this will bring my mojo back today.. :(

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  7. Fab explosion box, Indira!
    Thanks for joining us at Lulupu Challenge # 25

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  8. Lovely the colours and the embellishments Indira.... Esp that red feather.... Love it

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Thank you for your lovely comments! They mean a lot to me :)

Cheers,
Indira

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