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  • Writer's pictureKaren Ebeling

Baby Blocks Pop-up Card

This pop-up baby card be made with 2 different die sets. A couple of years ago crafter’s Companion sold a die called Pop-up Confetti box. This is the one I used for the card because it was in my stash. Currently, Karen Burniston is selling a die called #1226 Surprise Cube Pop -up and it also makes pop up cubes that can be used for the card. I got the idea for this card from the Karen Burniston die. It had not occurred to me to glue the cube in the card and use it as a pop-up until I saw her do it. She also sells a smaller rectangle pop-up for cards which I think is genus. I used that one in my December 30 video. I love cards with moving pieces and am a huge fan of her dies.

Materials used

Crafter’s Companion Pop-up Confetti Cube

Crafter’s Companion New Baby stamp set

Crafter’s Companion Letter set from the Year of Craft

Karen Burniston #1086 Baby Charms

Stizzix New Baby #2

Ranger clear embossing powder

Gina K Sandy Beach and Sweet Corn

Black pigment ink

Wood grain embossing folder

#12 rubber bands (6)

Paper sizes

5x7 tent fold card base

2- 4 ¾ x 6 ¾ patterned paper

1- 4 in square solid paper

1- 3 ¾ in square white paper

1-4 ¾ x 6 ¾ solid paper

1- 4x5 patterned paper

1- 4 ¼ x 5 ¼ solid paper

6- 1 ¾ in squares

6- 1 ½ in squares


1. Cut 6 of the cube piece and fold on score lines. You will need 2 for each cube.

2 Glue the tab with the rubber band hole together.

3.. Loop a #12 rubber band through the holes.

4. Glue one of the cube end tabs to the untabbed side of the other.

5. Fold down the “wings” and glue the top down on one side.

6. Tie the rubber bands together.

7. Glue the remaining tab to the untabbed other side to complete cube.

8. Find the side you want to be the bottom and front and mark them. Remember the cubes must fold forward.

9. Mat and layer the 6 small squares then decorate them with the letter or baby charms.

10. Glue them onto the cube front and tops. Allow to dry

11. Glue the 4 ¾ x 5 ¾ patterned paper to the inside of the card.

12. Assemble and stamp the card front as you wish.

13. Glue the 3 cubes together making sure they are not wider than 5 inches across.

14. Glue the bottom and lower back of the cubes to the card base.

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