Window Box thinlits Pop Up Card Tutorial


Hello and welcome to my visual tutorial to create a pop up card from the Stampin' Up! Window Box thinlits dies.

This is a very quick tutorial and if you are stuck remember you can search YouTube
for Mitosu Crafts' original video tutorial too!

So the above photo shows the details of the die cuts that you will need for the base of the pop up card:
  • two cuts from the main Window Box thinlit die
  • a full hexagon (including the little tab)
  • a half hexagon (including the little tab)
You can also see that I have applied Tear Tape adhesive to one section of the full die cut.


You will then need to make a score on both of the full die cuts across the hexagon, where I have pointed to with my bone folder.


Fold all the score lines in the directions shown on the above photo.  This is the position your pieces will need to be, so remove the backing tape from the adhesive and line up and firmly (reinforce with your bone folder) press the two sides together.


You can now lie your pop up card flat and reinforce the fold lines with your bone folder, ensuring everything is straight. Now add liquid adhesive to the inside of one side of the pop up half hexagon flap.


Adhere the two flaps together and add the half hexagon die cut to the front flap.  Add Tear Tape adhesive to the flap of the large hexagon die cut and attach to the back of your card with the pattern facing forward.


All done! This what your card will look like folded flat to be mailed.

For ideas on how to decorate your card please have a look at my post HERE using the Petal Palette bundle.  Remember all these items can be purchased from my Stampin' Up! online store, accept the Springtime Foils Specialty DSP which is one of the free gifts you can choose with a 60€/£45 spend during the Sale-a-bration promotion which runs through to 31 March 2018.

Bisous,







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