A new tutorial is up, showing how to create a pop-up birthday card! Here it is:
If you are here for the templates, here they are.
For most of these patterns you only need to trace and cut one. This excludes the candle pattern – you’ll need 4 of these – and the sign pattern – you’ll need 13 of those. I’ve written how many you’ll need of each on the pattern also.
Click on each file to view & print:
- The patterns above
- Cardstock, Scrapbook paper, art paper, construction paper – any paper that is a little heavier than printer paper should work
- Glue (A glue stick or glue gun is best)
- Sharpie or other marker
The simplest way to make this card would be to trace the cake and candle patterns onto white paper, then color them in. I used multiple papers to create the cake, candles, flames, etc. This is quite a bit more work, and you’ll need to add little tabs to everything so you can attach it all together.
Also, if you want to make this card a little sturdier and more permanent, add tabs to cake pattern #2 and glue everything on, instead of using tape.
If you create this card, and you’d like to share – tag me on instagram: @essyjae 🙂
This post originally appeared on my old blog, Pugdemonium