17.5.12

Pop Up Wreath Card

Pop Up card -Christmas Wreath
I love making pop up cards and designing one from scratch is fun though I must admit I it does get a bit crazy at times when things dont work out just the way I want! 
Pop Up card -Christmas Wreath
Making the wreath and the popping up bow was easy but getting the Santa and the Reindeer to peek out from under the pop up wreath did require a bit of paper engineering hair pulling! 
Pop Up card -Christmas Wreath
This card is made entirely from easily available stuff and I have not used any kinda punch or fancy tool.
The green holly leaves were handcut from locally available glitter paper, the red rhinestone berries are "bindis" [ used by our Indian ladies to adorn our foreheads!] and santa and the reindeer are stickers.
Though not made of exotic materials this type of card does have a lot of fun element  and you dont need any fancy stuff to make it just paper,scissors and glue!
Shall share the pop up wreath tutorial in the next post

42 comments:

  1. I love your pop up wreath card! Very clever and cute!! :)Amy

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  2. Sonia, your work is always magical! I love how you took elements from my creation, but made it entirely "Sonia-esque"...it is beautiful my sweet blend. You are on a roll with all these link ups!
    Good Luck !
    :O)
    Jessica S

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    1. Ha Ha I love the new term "Sonia-esque"!

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  3. A fun & festive card. Especially like the green glitter paper you used for the leaves of the wreath.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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    1. Thank You Melissa the green paper is used by kiddos for crafting!

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  4. This is just amazing. The fact that you have so many elements in the pop up is terrific. Love all the different materials you have used. This card is perfect for our Moving Parts challenge at Unstampabelles. Thanks for entering.

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  5. Great job on your pop up card, the wreath looks very Christmassy indeed!
    Sandy

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  6. Sonia
    Such a cutie!! Your talent and imagination always make me smile. Love it.
    Myrna

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  7. Great card - love pop-up cards. Thank you for joining in UnstampaBelles Challenge this month.

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  8. how fun! how do you have the patience for all those fancy cuts?!

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    1. The leaves were so easy to make Rachel since the paper was thin I layered many atop each other and could quickly and easily cut a whole bunch!

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  9. Wow how cool is this! I love that you didn't use anything type of fancy tool and used your own creativity!

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  10. Sonia, this is so clever! You are amazing! Thanks for entering this in the Unstampabelles challenge.

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  11. Awesome pop up wreath..such a perfect christmas card Sonia :)

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  12. Very beautiful card Sonia.. And yes I too agree it feels really great to work sometimes with non fancy stuff .

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  13. Very very nice card Sonia. The pop up wreath is also sounds new. The santa, bow and decorations adds more beauty & life to the work.

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  14. What a surprise one would get when opening this card .That pop up wreath is awesome .
    Thanks for your visits to see what I have created and leaving kind words too .

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  15. Love the paper you use and everything turns out great!This card is suitable for the weather we have right now -in the mountains they said it will snow!
    hugs,

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  16. Ur pop cards are awesome...I dont know where these ideas pop up for u!!!! Your blog has nice pop up cards collections!!!!!

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    1. Sathya I am obsessed with interactive cards!

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  17. Just paper, scissors, glue and head full of ideas :) You are unbelievable

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  18. i love popup cards coz they have surprise element in them.. i didn't know dear Santa is bald .. i like your wreath very much

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    1. Ha Ha poor Santa is getting old I guess!

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  19. Fantastic card pop-up Sonia..Loz

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  20. How nice :) colorful...

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  21. Beautiful card! Love this...and it is just so brilliant! :)
    I've been traveling...was checking in on your blog from afar but was unable to leave comments. All your work is always so inspiring! :)

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  22. очень интересные материалы!

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  23. How fun is this card. The wreath is just gorgeous! The rich colors how it shimmers. What a great idea to make it pop!! Love it. That Santa is too cute!!

    Laurie
    serenityscrappers

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  24. Oh you make it look so easy! If I tried to do it, I would have no hair left! Did you see you won some candy on my blog? Stop by when you have time.

    Hugs,
    Chriss

    http://chrissandlou.blogspot.com/2012/05/delightful-challenge-add-ribbon2500.html

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  25. This is so cool and you make it look so easy! If I tried to make it, I would have no hair left! Did you see you won some candy on my blog? Stop by when you get a chance.

    Hugs,
    Chriss

    http://chrissandlou.blogspot.com/2012/05/delightful-challenge-add-ribbon2500.html

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  26. That is so clever doc!

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  27. You are so amazingly creative, Sonia!! This is fabulous!! I love how you have Santa and the reindeer peeking from the leaves!! Love, love it :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  28. Love the shimmery paper.

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  29. Lovely card Dr Sonia! you are so very creative, I love looking at your work. Great to see you at Unstampabelles again.

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  30. Such a great holiday card!! Love the wreath! Thanks for joining our challenge over at Unstampabelles!

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  31. Fabulous!!! Thank you so much for linking up with MIM this week! Don't forget to leave a comment for another entry and mention you saw them on MIM!
    Good luck,
    Rene ;D

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  32. You are a busy lady and very creative! I saw your card at MIM!

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