Surprise! It’s a Birthday Popup Card!

StaceyBirthdays and Anniversaries, Cards, Fun Fold Cards, Past Annual Catalog Ideas8 Comments

Birthday Popup Card featuring the new Birthday Delivery Suite by Stampin Up

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What is better than a birthday popup card? One with cute critters, of course!

2017 Fun N Crafty Blog Hop

Hello and welcome to another Fun N Crafty Team Blog Hop. This month we are featuring brand new products from the new 2017-2018 Annual Catalog! All the new products you see today will be available starting on June 1st. Don’t have a copy of the new catalog? Be sure to request your free copy below!

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I am incredibly excited to share with you this cute (and quick) card that I made with the new Birthday Delivery products suite. I received this stamp set in April at the regional OnStage event and I couldn’t have been more excited about it.

Stampin’ Up started something new with the OnStage event — they’re now giving out the stamp sets that we use to make the projects! The goodies are put into a box and that box is then passed around the table. My generous upline left this stamp set in the box, knowing how much I loved it. (Thank you, Jennifer!) I’ve been having a blast making some super cute cards with this set. I’ll be posting more of those cards in the coming weeks.

One thing that I really love about this suite of products is that the framelits coordinate with the paper! Yes! That’s right! They actually cut out the images from the paper. Eeeeek! How awesome is that! I know you’re dying to know more. I actually made a Facebook Live video a month ago sharing all the details:

Birthday Delivery Suite Facebook Live Video by Stacey Lane of A Work of Carte

So let’s talk about the Birthday Memories Designer Series Paper! Look at how gorgeous it is. It’s incredibly detailed! I love that it’s so colorful too! This paper has a whopping 13 of our colors in it! I loved it so much that I featured it on the front of the card without any stamping whatsoever. I can’t remember the last time I did that.

I also really love the crushed curry border on the front of the card that makes it look like a Little Golden Book!

Birthday Popup Card featuring the new Birthday Memories Designer Series Paper by Stampin Up

And, when you open the card, you’re greeted with a pop up present box exploding with colorful balloons! These balloons are also from the designer series paper and have been die cut with the Birthday Friends Framelits Dies.

Remember those cute honeycomb embellishments from the 2016 Occasions catalog that everyone was sticking on the birdie? Well the honeycomb embellishments are back! This time they’re in the shape of balloons and are completely the inspiration for this birthday popup card. When I saw them, I knew I had to make a card that opened to reveal the embellishment.

Birthday Popup Card Surprise with Balloons Exploding Out of a Present Box

Here’s a closeup of the inside of the birthday popup card:

Birthday Popup Card Closeup of Die Cut Balloons from the Birthday Memories DSP

The “surprise” sentiment is from the Birthday Delivery stamp set, which coordinates with the paper and framelits. I used Pacific Point, which is absolutely gorgeous shade of blue, for the greeting. And, there you have it, the only stamped image on the card.

Okay wait. I lied. There is a stamp in the Birthday Delivery stamp set for the balloon strings. I actually used it for the 3D balloon string. But the rest of the balloons I wanted to feel more organic so I drew them onto the paper with a Basic Black Stampin’ Write Marker using the fine tip end.

Wondering how I made that box? It’s pretty simple and works with pretty much any size paper you use for the interior. The diagram below shows what it would look like with a standard card base. For the birthday popup card, I trimmed the cardstock to be 1/4″ shorter on all edges.

I first scored the cardstock 1″ away from the folded edge 1″ upward. Then I cut 1″ in from the folded edge:

Birthday Popup Card Template by Stacey Lane of A Work of Carte

Once you have it scored and cut, push the 1″ section toward the card opening and fold it backwards upon itself. I then attached two small scraps to make the box flaps and two 1″ square pieces of coordinating designer series paper to the box.

Thanks for hopping along with us today! Up next is the talented Jennifer Blomquist! Happy stamping :)

This month’s blog hop participants:

  1. Christine Szekeres – Artful Musings
  2. Merit Brown – MB Squared Designs
  3. Pamela Wu – Stinky Tofu
  4. Susan Schultz – Stampin’ by the SF Bay
  5. Stacey Lane – A Work of Carte
  6. Jennifer Blomquist – NW Stamper


Supplies used for the birthday popup card

About Stacey

Looking for your Austin area Stampin' Up demonstrator? Stacey Lane is here for you! I serve the Northern Austin area, focusing on Hutto, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Georgetown and Taylor, but I'm also happy to travel! Whether you want to host a workshop, order some supplies or are looking for the perfect speaker for your retreat, I'm here to meet your needs! Email me today to book your event or request a catalog!

8 Comments on “Surprise! It’s a Birthday Popup Card!”

  1. Hi Stacey, I truly love your card design and how you have pulled all the different components together! I also appreciate the template you provided so I can CASE your card in the future.

  2. Stacey, the surprise inside is the best! I love the addition of the honeycomb balloon and can’t wait to get my hands on them. The addition of the strip of DSP on the front is the perfect touch!

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