Wednesday, January 01, 2014

Splitcoast Tutorial - Pop-Up Box Card

One of my assignments behind the scenes at Splitcoast is to answer questions regarding our tutorials. Sometimes members will request a tutorial for a technique or project they've seen elsewhere, and I get to work on those as well. Today's tutorial was inspired by Monica's video tutorial here - the member who requested the tutorial was having a hard time converting the metric measurements, so she asked for a version done in inches. I'm not usually drawn to 3D or folded projects, but I had so much fun playing with this one and making my own modifications!

Here are a few pictures of my sample, using the So Sweet Cocoa from Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps and heart dies from Quickutz.

The card closed...

Arrangement of the contents inside when laid flat...

Inside structure...

These are the Touch Twin Markers I used to color Cocoa Mouse:

If you'd like to make your own Pop-up Box Card, you'll find stepped out photos and a video tutorial HERE!
Thanks for stopping by!


  1. What a gorgeous project that is perfect for so many occasions! Th♥nks for your tutorial! You have explained your tutorial so simply that everyone, anyone could follow it, even me.
    sending greetings from Germany

  2. That's ADORABLE! This is just the kind of thing my friend Kandi will love...she's the 'architect' of our group. She loves all things that move or fold or pop! Thanks so much.

  3. Happy Birthday to you


  4. Thanks for the tutorial!

  5. I love love this box. So fabulous.

  6. Love this box. I am glad to have found your blog through this blog hop. May 2014 be all you want it to be and more.

  7. Amazing box! So, so cute! Thank you for the tutorial

  8. Wow, that's a heck of a project. Not the kind of thing I make, but lovely to look at all the same. I got here via CJS14; it's nice to meet you.

  9. WOW!! Love this box, not to hard to make because or your easy to follow directions and the video. Thank you Dina, may 2014 be full of Joy and Health for you and your family.

  10. I love your card!!! It's so amazing!
    Hugs, Susanne.

  11. Thank you for this tutorial, I may actually get the hang of this! I have the box made but cannot get the decorative stuff to look right to me, but after seeing this one and reading your tutorial I may actually be able to do it. Thank you!!!