It’s the third and final week in my corner pop up card series. Today’s card features a swing panel that doubles as the front and the inside of the card. The video tutorial is packed with tips to make creating this card easy.
In addition to the “Snowflake Sentiments” card that is featured in the video, I also share another card using the “This Little Piggy” stamp set. This alternate card includes a watercolored image of a happy pig rolling in a mud puddle which is easily created using your Aqua Painter and ink pads. Special thanks to my friend Jill who shared the pig image idea with me!
I’ve included pictures of both cards along, cutting dimensions and a complete list of supplies below.
Whisper White cardstock is used for the base of this card and is cut 8″ x 8″. Score at 4″ in both directions. Score one of the quadrants on an angle as directed in the video.
Year of Cheer designer paper is cut 3 3/4″ x 3 3/4″ for the cover. Be sure to mount the designer paper before you die cut your circle.
I mixed gold glitter and Dazzling Diamonds glitter for just the right amount of shimmer to accompany the designer paper.
The inside back panel uses Whisper White cardstock cut 3 3/4″ x 3 3/4″.
The lower layer of designer paper is cut 3 3/4″ x 3 3/4″.
To create the muddy background I used images from Touches of Texture and Swirly Bird stamp sets.
Stamp the pig image using Basic Black Archival ink on Watercolor Paper. Create the muddy look using your Aqua Painter and ink.
The panel on the inside of this card uses the exact same cutting dimensions as the Snowflake Sentiment card.