Pop-Up Card Resource
If you’re interested in book and paper art, particularly pop-up art, then you already know about Robert Sabuda. However, if you don’t know of him, consider this a little window into his talent and a wonderful opportunity for you to make some delightful cards for many occasions.
One of the cards I made recently was the birthday cake card. It was easy, fun, and well-received, which makes it all worthwhile.
I wish I could have figured out how to print the images larger, but I was on a time limit. Fortunately, I like little cards, too, and I have little hands to work with. Those pictured below, however, aren’t my little hands; those are my eldest’s who was also busily making a card of her own, using some of mama’s stamps and markers.
The coloring is up to you, as is the personal message you enclose. I was including a gift card, so I made a square envelope from a template and paper I have on hand. The size was perfect. My smallest rotary cutter made cutting super easy and much smoother.
May your friends and family be blessed by your own card-making endeavors!!