Friday, 3 September 2010

Trinitage Pop Up Card & Instructions



I hate the fact that the pop-up is inside cards which often leads to me scratching my head on what to do with the outside, I used the rectangle pieces from the Trinitage Sheet to decorate the outside so that when the recipient of the card opens the envelope the card still looks pretty from the front.
I've took lots of views and even given instructions of how to make the pop-up.



The side view of the Trinitage pop-up.



Front view of the opened card. this would sit perfectly on a shelf mantel piece or a window ledge.



How it's made


19 comments:

Chris (Wellnifty) said...

That's fabulous Jak, I've got to have a go at this, thanks for sharing the instructions xx

Cindy N. said...

Terrific idea. Thank you for making a tutorial and sharing it.

Merry said...

So so wonderful and what great instructions.

martina's kaartjes said...

Thanks for the tutorial, worth of trying! Great card!
have a crafty friday
greetings, martina
x

Mad Mary said...

Thank you for the instructions Jak, lovely and clear. That is another stunning card.

Mary x

angelique (anlou) said...

oh my that's an amazing card hun
i just love it, thanks for sharing
hugs angelique

Lici4ka said...

Great card!
Thank you for the instructions Jak!

My'scardcorner said...

Fantastic card Jak a real labour of love.Love the idea of decorating the back have to agree it works beautifully. think it might be 2 complecated for me but thanks for the instructions just in case I feel adventurious one day.:0)
Myrax

Sheila - Ginger said...

Amazing Jak and thanks for the tutorial...must have a go!

Love Sheila xx

Sheila - Ginger said...

Such a lovely card Jak and many thanks for the tutorial.

Love Sheila xx

Flip-Flop Creations said...

These are gorgeous! ~jeni :)

md said...

Fabuleuxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
vravo md

Anonymous said...

Fantastic card, Jak and thanks for the instructions. I bought the pack the other day so maight just give this a go when I have a minute :)

AliceH

Elaine M said...

I took advantage of the recent special deal and got all 8 (I think that's how many there were)- but then wondered how in the world to put them together. Thanks so much for this information!!!!

Dawn said...

Thans Jak I too wondered what I could do with it! Excellent card & easy to follow tutorial!!!
Hugs
Dawn x

Joy said...

thanks Jak, love the sheets nad this is a lovely way to use them

Emily said...

Wow! This is amazing Jak! Thanks so much for the tutorial. I will add it to my blog:))

Esme said...

Oooh! Thanks for the tutorial!! The card looks amazing and a great idea for a special Christmas card!

Esme xx

Anonymous said...

thank you! If you ever run over more instructions on Trinitage that are in metric: divide the cm by 2.54 and it will equal the inches