It was my grandson's 16th birthday yesterday and I made a Poppin' Card for him. I'd never made one before, and I was very pleased with the way it turned out.
When you pull the tray out, the flattened cube inside pops out and immediately forms itself into a cube - it works brilliantly!
To make Jack's card, I followed the video on YouTube made by Gemma Clarke - www.madebygemmacrafts.co.uk.
Gemma's video was really easy to follow, although I really had to concentrate on what I was doing!
Photographs 1 - 3: I used Bermuda Bay Glimmer Paper that's currently available as a Sale-a-bration (SAB) gift.
The numbers are die cut from Dazzling Details Glimmer Paper using the Large Numbers Framelits. I die cut the oval layer using the Layering Oval Framelits.
The sentiment is the Stylised Birthday Stamp, which I inked with Versamark, and then Bermuda Bay Ink.
I stamped it onto a piece of Whisper White A4 Thick Cardstock (CS), sprinkled it with Clear Embossing Poder and heat set it.
I die cut the image using the Stitched Shape Framlets and layered it onto a piece of Bermuda Bay Glimmer Paper that I'd die cut using the Layering Square dies.
The striped paper is from the Brights Collection Designer Series Paper (DSP) Stack.
Photographs 4 - 6: I die cut the letters to spell JACK using the Large letters Framelits.
The ribbon I used for the handle is the Bermuda Bay 1/8" Stitched Ribbon. Gemma has designed the bottom of the box to have double sides.
The advantage of this is that it covered up the ends of ribbon - it gives the box such a professional look to it!
Jack was thrilled with his card, and like me, couldn't stop playing with it!
That's about it for today. Until tomorrow, happy crafting.