How to Make a Pop Up Flower Card for Mother’s Day + Video!

Today I am sharing the easiest way to create a pop up card and this technique could be applied to pretty much whatever stamps or styles you want.  But with Mother’s Day just round the corner I made mine for Mum (pssst. Don’t look!)

The Mondo Amaryllis from Ellen Hutson is not just for Christmas and today I coloured mine into something quite different…..  I share the colouring and the pop up technique in my video and the link can be found below.

How to Make an Easy Pop Up Card - Therese Calvird - Ellen Hutson - Mothers Day (card video) 1 - CopyYou could use so many different images with this pop up technique.

How to Make an Easy Pop Up Card - Therese Calvird - Ellen Hutson - Mothers Day (card video) 1 - Copyhaving fun with a negative space sentiment too!
How to Make an Easy Pop Up Card - Therese Calvird - Ellen Hutson - Mothers Day (card video) 1 - Copy
A special card for a special person…..
How to Make an Easy Pop Up Card - Therese Calvird - Ellen Hutson - Mothers Day (card video) 1 - Copy

You can see it here or Watch it in HD at YouTube.

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Have you ever made a Pop Up card before?  Some of them are very complicated, but you know me, I like to keep it simple lol.  I’ll see you back here real soon with some more inspiration!

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24 thoughts on “How to Make a Pop Up Flower Card for Mother’s Day + Video!

  1. What an awesome design and that pop-up mechanism are truly the easiest I’ve seen.
    Your flowers are gorgeous Therese, and I always admire your ability to stretch your stamps to create new images, I think you can use lots of images using this technique.
    Thank you so much for sharing.
    Stay safe and healthy, we’re trying our best to do the same.
    Sending virtual hugs.
    Maria.

  2. OMG Therese this is one awesome Mother’s Day card. I have never seen anything like it. Your beautiful coloured Amaryllis flowers are mind blowing. You made this card look so simple to make and I am sure it was a bit fiddly. Hope you get to hand deliver it to you Mum and how hard it will be not to give her a big hug! Hope you are staying as safe as you can.

  3. What a wonderful way to show off these beautifully coloured blooms, Therese … can just imagine the look of surprise and delight when this card is opened … oh my goodness, what a lovely moment that will be (even if you won’t be able to see it). Hugs, Anita 🙂

  4. I am intrigued, Therese. Not only do I love the easy way to do the pop-up but I love how you did the off-set oval. What a gorgeous, gorgeous card that your Mum will delight in.

  5. Hi Therese!
    I just love this pop up!! So clever and easy to make.
    Thanks for the inspiration!
    Stay safe and healthy,
    Marty Ferraro 🙂

  6. Therese, I just love watching you create and color and narrate. You’re so sweet and joyful to listen to. Thanks for sharing your lovely card and talent!

  7. Wowzers. So very stunning. I need to file this away for future inspiration. Thank you for always sharing your brilliant ideas.

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