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May 07, 2008



For those of you reading this who like me struggle to cut a straight line - this works well with the 'slits' made using the word window punch.
Great tutorials, just found your blog but I'm sure I will be back lots.


Lots of pop up cards on my blog:
Extreme Cards and Papercrafting


Thank you so much for these instructions, I have to try out this method :)I'm visiting here almost every day but haven't made a comment before. Your cards are so great, it's so much fun to see them in here.

Lacey Stephens

Julie,Thanks for the tutorial. I was looking for a pop-up card to do at a stamp club and yours is so simple. Here is one I made...
I have also appologized on my blog for stealing the money holder card, too and not giving credit. I didn't actually use your tutorial, but I guess your card planted the seed in my head because I didn't realize I stole it until tonight!! So, thanks for that design, too! You are the bomb!


Thanks for the wonderful tutorial and template!! Love your blog!


Great card!


I am usually just a lerker on your site, but I really loved your tutorial for this pop up card!! Thank you so so much!!!



WOW!!!!!!!!!!!! Great card. Just hope I can copy it as I am a hands on person and have trouble with written directions. Wish you were in the states but if you ever get to Toronto or close to the Canadian and U.S. border let us know!!! Love this card. Can be very hard thinking up "Men Cards" do a great job Julie. You did finish off the card inside with such a simple effect but it turns the inside to a dramatic "wow" card. Ty. Keep up the great ideas you have and God bless you. evette


Thank you for the great tutorial! I always learn something from you. Wish you were 'local'-I live in the US- I would attempt to attend every workshop you gave! LOL! I love having the ablility to see your work and glean your talents via the internet. What would we do without it?? TFS!


Great Tutorial - I can't believe I have never done one of these cards. I will try this weekend. Thanks Julie for always sharing your great ideas! Love, love, love your blog!


Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful.
Can you tell I like this one???


Thankyou for the tutorial. This is great. Love the masculine card, I have already ordered the stamp set that looks like stitches.


Thanks SO much for the instructions for the pop-up card. I am one of those "visual learners" you were talking about. ;-) Really appreciate the visual instructions. Bless you! Diane (Singapore)


I have yet to try one of these unique cards. Thanks for the tutorial, Julie. I'm definitely going to try one. They are such fun cards!


That is great - I love making pop-up card. There are some very talented artists out there who make extremely complex pop-ups, mainly from the Eastern countries.

You have done a top job!

Sydney Australia

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