Pop – Up Birthday Card

I am very excited to share my card today…..after trying out my first pop up card just a few weeks ago,I wanted to make a bright and colourful birthday pop-up card…I have used a lot of colours in the card,on the inside,so I wanted to keep the front/outside simple…
I have used a plain white card base…there are no layers on the front as I was going to add a full layer on the inside for the pop-ups and I didn’t want the card to be too bulky…
For the front on the card I die cut the words ‘make a wish’ using white as well as red cardstock,glued them together and stuck them to the card…I then coloured in a small piece of cardstock using distress inks and the die cut 4 candles and placed them on the card too…to embellish the card I have used colourful sequins…
For the inside of the card I cut out a white insert slightly smaller the the card and scored it in the middle…I then sponged in various distress inks to cover the insert….I also sprinkled a bit of water for effect…
I decided to create a party scene with three kids where one is holding a bunch of balloons and the other two are holding a banner…..I coloured in and cut our all these,ready to be attached to the card…I stamped the sentiments with black ink and then using the MFT Die-namics pop up elements dies I created the three pop up sections and adhered all pieces to them…finally I adhered the insert to the card base…
Me And My Daily Papercraft Blog - Handmade Card by PriCreated
Here’s a closer look at the pop-up section of my card…

Me And My Daily Papercraft Blog - Handmade Card by PriCreated
Thank you for taking the time and visiting my blog today…Hope you will have a wonderful day ahead…!!

Pri

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