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Fall Tea Cup Pop Up Card Featuring Hero Arts Infinity Dies

I love Hero Arts, how about you? :)

 I had so much fun creating this card this week.  It started with Hero Arts Infinity Dies and my love of anything to do with Tea and ended with my quest to make a stand up card that someone would want to display and not be so ready to throw away.   There is a video below showing how I created this pop up card, a diagram below that for what I like to call my paper spring, and below that handy links to all of the products I used to make this cutie :) 

 

This weekend I'm heading to Greendale, Wisconsin to visit Gina and her lovely shop.  One of my happy places.  See you soon Gina :)  Is everyone getting ready for the holidays....I'm starting to itch to make Christmas cards.  I'm guessing I will start at Village Paper and Ink this weekend.

YouTube Tutorial

Check out this quick little video to help you recreate it :)  I would love to see what this card inspires you to make.  If you happen to post them on Instagram tag #perkypennypapers so I will have a heads up to check it out :)  Bare with me in the video it was a little difficult to describe :/





I am attempting to create videos that are short and sweet and to the point.  We are all busy and my intention is for you to get as much information and ideas for a project in as short a period of time as possible.  This weeks video is a double feature:)  Let me know what you think in the comments below and be sure to subscribe to my YouTube Channel.  It is much appreciated :)

Here is a diagram of my paper spring.  I hope they are as fun for you as they are for me.  Please comment if you have any questions and I will do my best to help you :)

If you make a project inspired by this post please tag it with #perkypennypapers on Instagram and I will be able to see it :)  Thanks again.
Thank you so much again for checking out this weeks project :)

Have a great weekend :)

Joanne and Penny

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Supplies List:
Versamark Ink
Versamark Ink
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EH | SB | SSS
Neenah Cardstock, Neenah Classic Crest Solar White, 25 pk
Neenah Cardstock, Neenah Classic Crest Solar White, 25 pk
Shop at:
EH | SSS
Black Velvet Watercolor Brushes, Short Round 8
Black Velvet Watercolor Brushes, Short Round 8
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EH | SSS
Collapsible Water Cup
Collapsible Water Cup
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EH | SB | SSS
Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive
Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive
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SB | SSS
Tonic Studios - Tim Holtz - 8.5 inch Comfort Trimmer
Tonic Studios - Tim Holtz - 8.5 inch Comfort Trimmer
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EH | SB | SSS
Distress Sprayer By Tim Holtz
Distress Sprayer By Tim Holtz
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EH | SB | SSS
Spellbinders Platinum 6
Spellbinders Platinum 6
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SB | SPEL | SSS
Inkadinkado Embossing Magic Bag
Inkadinkado Embossing Magic Bag
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EH | SSS
Hero Arts Embossing Gun
Hero Arts Embossing Gun
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EH | SB | SSS
Tombow Mono Adhesive Dots Dispenser
Tombow Mono Adhesive Dots Dispenser
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SSS
Distress Oxide Ink - Broken China
Distress Oxide Ink - Broken China
Shop at:
EH | SB | SSS
Bristol Smooth Surface Cardstock
Bristol Smooth Surface Cardstock
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SSS
Hero Arts Nesting Tea Pot Infinity Dies
Hero Arts Nesting Tea Pot Infinity Dies
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EH | SB | SSS
Hero Arts Nesting Tea Cup Infinity Dies
Hero Arts Nesting Tea Cup Infinity Dies
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EH | SB | SSS
Hero Arts Circle Infinity Dies
Hero Arts Circle Infinity Dies
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EH | SB | SSS
Penblade Triple Pack
Penblade Triple Pack
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EH | SSS

Comments

  1. This is so awesome - great job Joanne!!

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  2. Very clever pop up design. Love the tea cup inside of a tea pot shaped card. Pretty Autumn stamping and I like the watercolored blue backgrounds.

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