If you enjoy arts and crafts, pop-up, scrapbooking and origami, you will enjoy these craft projects too. Like origami, kirigami is the craft of paper, with the added technique of paper cutting. Kirigami will enhance any origami, pop-up and scrapbook projects and scrapbook and ...more
Make a Kirigami Pop Up Card
A tutorial for performing the Top Pop card magic trick.
These cards have cute little gifts that pop up when you open them. It seems hard to do because you will have to measure, but once you start, you will see how easy it is! Don't be afraid of the ruler!... Try to make Pop Up Cards! It is so much fun! Part 1 of 2 - How to Make a c ...more
Don't just send the same old thank you card. Learn how to make a cool, crafty pop-up card with a personal touch. Use colored pencils and paper of medium thickness.
Paper is good for more than just scribbling your crush's name in hearts during a boring history class lecture. Watch this video to revitalize your understanding of paper power and to make a spring craft that will scream hugs and kisses to anyone whom you give it to. Using ten ...more
This pop up card has three little flowers in vases. Very cute. Part 1 of 3 - How to Make a three flower pop-up card. Part 2 of 3 - How to Make a three flower pop-up card. Part 3 of 3 - How to Make a three flower pop-up card.
Enchant that special birthday boy or girl with a unique origami birthday pop-up card by following this well produced instructional video. 1. All you need is a two sided square piece of colorful wrapping paper to create your origami birthday pop-up card. As long as your paper i ...more
Tired of coin tricks? Learn some card tricks! Up your magic expertise with this video tutorial on how to perform a pop-up card trick. If you don't know what the pop-up trick is, then see for yourself. Learn this magic pop-up card trick now.
To make a pop-up card follow the instructions below. First fold two pieces of the same size heavy card stock or construction paper in half. Use the first one for your outer card, and the other for your inner cutout card. Cut a 1-1/2 inch strip in the inner card's center and ma ...more
Watch this video to see how to make a paper flower pop-up card. To make things even better, you only need one piece of paper to accomplish this pop up paper card flower. Just grab your one piece of paper, some scissors and some glue and you're ready to make awesome flower cards.
In this video, we learn how to make an Easter pop-up card. First, draw a duck with a little baby duck on a 4x6 piece of paper. From here, fold it in half so you can see the image on the outside. After this, use scissors to cut the middle, where the little baby chick is at. Cut ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a butterfly pop-up card. First, draw a butterfly on the middle of a paper and then draw flowers and smaller butterflies around it on the sides. After this, fold the card in half so the drawing is stick out and cut along the top and the bo ...more
In this video we learn how to make an elephant pop-up card. First, draw a picture of an elephant on a 4x6 card. You can make this anyway that you want and put whatever other characters on it as well! After this, clip a small piece of paper into the shape of an ear. Then, glue ...more
This video teaches the secrets of making a frog pop-up card in simple steps. First draw a frog in a card by outlining its mouth wide open as shown in the video. Now fold the card into half with the frog image on front. Cut the center and fold it to both sides using the outline ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a chicks pop-up card. First, draw a chick on the front of the card, with the beak in the very middle. After this, use your scissors to cut the beak in the middle around the top and bottom but not the sides. After this, bend the beak from ...more
Learn how to make a "Thinking of You" Christmas pop-up card. You will end up with a personalized Christmas card that you created using your scrapbooking supplies. This is an easy and fun Christmas craft.
These easy pop up card has 7 beautiful flowers and all you need to craft it is paper and scissors and some glue.
This is such an elegant, exquisite Christmas card. Even if you live in California and snow is pretty much nonexistant during the holidays, this wintry, frosty scene will transport you - and whoever you give it to - to your very own miniature White Christmas. This card is made ...more
Check out this video tutorial on how to create a paper pop-up card. You'll be happy you learned this one... it's easy to make, there's a nice result, and you're children will love it! You only need thirteen pieces of colored paper, a marker, glue or double-sided adhesive tape.
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a little duck pop-up card. First, draw a duck on a 4x6 piece of paper. Simply draw the big head with the wings coming out at both sides. From here, fold it in half so it closes together. Then, make another small piece of paper that has th ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a bear pop-up card. First, draw a big bear face on a 4x6 card. After this, fold the card in half so the face is in half. From here, use scissors to cut along the mouth line up until you reach the nose. After this, bend that flap up and do ...more
Need a way to keep the kids busy on a rainy day? Making a pop-up card is quick, easy, and will entertain them for hours! Watch this video to learn how to make a pop-up card. You Will Need * Imagination * Colored construction paper * A pencil * A ruler * Safety scissors * Mar ...more
To make a Cottage Pop-Up Card, you will need the following: the printable pattern available at Victoria Norman Home , scissors, a ruler, cardstock, glue, and a flat head screwdriver. Print out the patter from the website. Cut out the pieces. Use a ruler for a straight edge. R ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a little house pop-up card. First, draw a cute little house on a flat plain with trees around it, then decorate the house! After this, fold it in half so the house shows on the outside and cut the paper along the roof and on the bottom, n ...more
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a 3D flower pop up card. The materials required for this are 5 pieces of paper, scissors and glue. Begin by folding the paper in half 3 times and then fold down the sides to a triangle. Now fold a bit of the triangle flap up to ...more
Show someone you care about them by spending a little extra time on their Christmas card... and in the process, save some money. In this tutorial, learn how to make a pop-up three-dimensional Christmas card for your loved one. You Will Need: • Two sheets of card stock • Sci ...more
All you need is a pair of scissors and a piece of paper to make this card. Some basic cutting and folding will produce an amazing effect.
In order to make a spring card, you will need the following: a 5 x 10 inch piece of card stock, 3 x 3 inch paper, glue, triangles, stickers, and a cutter. Score the card. Next cut along the scoring, in order to make a diamond shaped card. Next, fold the card along the scoring ...more
Connie Brad teaches us how to make a pop-up box card in this tutorial. First, you need to take a scoring board and draw 1 cm increments down the center of it. Now, take a sheet of card stock and score the sheet 2 cm from one end, then continue down until you reach the bottom 3 ...more
Create this interactive card, demonstrated using CTMH products. This card features a pull tab, that then reveals a pop-up window. Watch this video card-making tutorial and learn how to make a surprise pop-up greeting card for any occasion.
Aspiring card shark? Sink your pearly whites into this easy, impressive illusion. In this free video magic lesson from YouTube user experthowto, you'll learn how to perform a simple "pop-out flourish" card trick to enhance your card routines. For more information, including a ...more
Use cute patterned paper to make a birthday card with a pop up candle motif. Use a glue pen and glitter to give the candle flames a real sparkle. Your friends and family will appreciate that you put the effort into making specialty birthday cards.
You only need one single sheet of paper for this card fold, so grab it an watch this tutorial to learn how to make a diamond pop-up cracker card. Don't know what a cracker card is? Watch thee video and find out what this 3D homemade card is all about. You only need a single st ...more
In order to make a birthday card with a pop-out cover cake, you will need the following: card stock, a craft knife, ribbon, double sided tape, decorative sheet, a ruler, stickers, and a pen or a pencil. Cut the card stock into strips: 3 cm and 2 cm 1.5 cm. Repeat with the oth ...more
In order to make a pop up greeting card, you will need the following: 3D Maribu pens, a paintbrush, water, scrap paper, a pencil, a ruler, a cutting knife, eraser, 3 pieces of colored card stock, a white card, scissors, and a glue. Begin by folding a white card in half. Make ...more
To make this pop-up card, you just need two sheets of card stock. This pocket pop-up card is made specifically to hold money, which works great for birthdays and holidays, especially Christmas. This super simple pop up pocket card is easy to make, and it doesn't just have to h ...more
Make a card "pop" to the top after creasing it and putting it in the middle of the deck. When you release your grip, it pops back to the top.
Make a pop-up Christmas card this holiday season and impress your friends and family with your creative skills! For this project, you will need double-sided tape, craft scissors, decorative hole punch, decorative stickers and construction paper. Keltie Colleen from Mahalo gets ...more
In this video, we learn how to make a pop-up concertina money card. To start, you will first need to take a piece of paper and measure your money on the inside of the paper. Then, cut this out in a strip and cold your money in half lengthwise. After this, measure the depth out ...more
Give your graduating student friend this cute card with a hat that pops up.
The easiest Pop-Up card ever! It has three paper flowers that pop up on the inside.
The internet is something most people rely on, so when you buy a used laptop without a wireless card or yours needs to be replaced, it's easier to do it yourself. Having someone else do it can cost more than you think, so here's an easy way if you own a Dell Inspiron E1505. R ...more
This step-by-step video tutorial shows you how to install CHDK onto your Canon digital camera. CHDK is a firmware enhancement that operates on a number of Canon cameras. CHDK gets loaded into your camera's memory upon bootup (either manually or automatically). It provides add ...more
In order to make a Cricut Sunflower card, you will need the following: card stock, Walk in My Garden Cartridge, ribbon, decorative paper, chalk, scissors, 2-sided tape, an ink stamp pad, adhesive, and pop dots. On page 100, in the Walk in My Garden Cartridge, you'll find the ...more
We all love it when the Google logo changes to celebrate or commemorate special events— pop-culture touchstones, civic milestones, scientific achievements and holidays— their latest one for this holiday season is a Christmas card to everyone— an interactive Google Doodle with ...more
This beautiful Kirigami captures the moment a hummingbird kisses a blossom. Just download, print, cut and assemble, it's easy. It's better than giving a card, it's giving a piece of art. Best of all, you can make them again and again. Download a pattern for free at http://www. ...more
Discover Kirigami, the art of paper cutting. This beautiful Kirigami captures the moment of the Mantis in prayer. Just download, print, cut and assemble, it's easy. It's better than giving a card, it's giving a piece of art. Best of all, you can make them again and again. Down ...more
In order to make an "I love you, Mommy" pop-up card, you will need the following: scissors, card stock, glue, and markers. Draw right and left arm and hands. The hands should be open: i.e. jazz hands. Cut them out and set them aside. Next, draw a figure on a piece of card sto ...more
Take this year's Christmas cards to new heights by making your own unique cards! In this vido, learn how to make a pop out Christmas card with these easy to follow instructions from Leona of Artists Resource. Surprise your Christmas card list with this wonderfully inspired car ...more
In this video, we learn how to make a twist turn style card. The card will open with a neat pop out image on the front of the card! First, get an 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 piece of card stock and then score it 2 and 3/4 inches from the left edge and 4 inches over from the left edge. Then, ...more
This is probably the least "Mathy" thing I will ever post. In my opinion, it's impossible to have architecture that isn't mathematical in some sense, so I am posting it anyway. Two years ago, I made a papercraft version of a cathedral in Christchurch New Zealand (It was severe ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to root your G1 or MyTouch 3G with one click. First, go to theunlockr and download the MyTough 3G Root video. Now, go on your phone and click on the settings. Go to applications, then check "unknown sources", then go back and click on "sd card" a ...more
To make a Spinner Card you need some essential tools like, Paper Cutter, Scissors, Stamps, 1/2" Circle Punch, 2 Pennies, a Stamping Dimensional and any embellishments. Have the card stocks one for the card part and the other for the front of the card. In the first step, take t ...more
In order to make a glowing lightning bug sculpture, you will need the following: an empty pop bottle, a yellow marker, a pipe cleaner, construction paper or card stock, and glue. Make sure that the soda pop bottle that you've chosen to use has a ridge around it. Clean it thor ...more
In order to make a thank you card for Christmas gifts, you will need the following: Winter Woodland cartridge, glimmer misty, pop dots, adhesive, gingham ribbon, and pattern paper. To make the "Thanks Snow Much" Cricut card, cut the phrase from page 62. Cut it at 3 inches in ...more
Make this card using the crayon resist technique, demonstrated in this video using CTMH products. This technique really helps the colors pop, sealing parts of the paper that you don't want the stamp ink to stick to. Watch this video card-making tutorial and learn how to use th ...more
To watch TV on your PC you need a TV tuner. You have two choices. There are usb sticks and pci cards. The pci is an internal circuit board that goes inside your computer. The pci card is very easy to install. Literally just open the computer and pop it into an available pci sl ...more
Crafter Dawn takes us through another arts and crafts card lesson. She outlines the steps to making custom pocket cards featuring a pull tab pop-up component on which you can store your message. While she has suggestions on how to make a snowman-themed card, you can use your i ...more
Tired of grandpa's baseball card collection rotting away in your attic? Well, unlike his pop bottle collection, baseball cards could yield a decent amount of income for you, if you know how to sell them. There are different outlets available for selling an individual baseball ...more
Simple Card Monday teaches viewers how to make a berry-themed card using Preserves Cricut! You'll want to use the Garden Variety Cricket Preserves paper for this berry-theme project. First, you should start off with an A-2 sized 5.5 inches by 4 inches sheet paper. Ink this usi ...more