Update:  I have had a few requests for measurements.  This is a CASE of Sue Campfield and she has a video.  But I have attached a PDF of directions at the bottom of the post that you can print out.

The card I am sharing today is a fun Pop Up card using the awesome Sending Love Bundle.  And it is paired with some great DSP from Sale-A-Bration.


Stampin' Up!, Sending Love, Sunny Days, Something Fancy, Classic Matte Dots, Jackie Beers


Stamps and Dies

The fun mailbox is what drew me to this stamp bundle.  The Sending Love Bundle has the mailbox, letter, bird, and some fun additions to go along.  Plus it is a Die Bundle and there are matching dies for it all.  I opted to stamp and color the mailbox on the layer.  And I went with non traditional mailbox colors so it matched my paper.  The addition of the envelope and bird were a add on.  I am not sure if the bird is delivering or taking away.  LOL!!   Either way works for me.

The inside sentiment is from the Something Fancy stamp set.  The inside is a Pop Up.  This card is a CASE from Susan Campfield.  It is pretty simple to do and she explains the mechanism very well.  Here is a side view of the card.  I really love this fold now that I have it figured out.  Attached below is a PDF of directions that I made for this card.



Mailbox Pop Up



The beautiful paper used on this card is from Sale-A-Bration.  This means that it is free with a qualifying order.  For this paper, Sunny Days Designer Series Paper, you can choose it FREE with a $50.00 order from either of the Annual or Mini Catalog.  Both of the DSP used here are from this pack of paper.  I love the green flowers.  They are very pretty and a different color.  Stampin’ Up! has such gorgeous Greens now.

The card base is Basic White card stock.  And just the regular weight, not the Thick.  I chose this route because of the layers and the mechanism for the pop up.  And I did not add layers between the card base and the DSP.  That is not the norm for me either.  I did add the Basic Black layer behind the front focal layer.  It gives a bit more sturdiness to that layer.


To add to more of the unusual, my bling is different as well.  Instead of shiny bling, I went with a Black Bling.  It really helps the black of the flowers in the DSP to pop.  And it highlights the black layer.  These are from the Classic Matte Dots in the Annual Catalog.  I could have colored the Iridescent Pearls with the Black Stampin’ Blends to get black pearls, but I had these.


Click on the photo below and you will get a step by step How To.

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