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Tutorial: Twist and Pop Card

Posted on: January 23, 2017

Last week I taught my card class attendees how to make this amazing twist-and-pop Valentine’s Day card. There are lots of tutorials out there to make this design, which has been around for a few years now – in fact, I learned how to make it via a tutorial as well (MayMay Made It, Youtube). I looked at a lot of these tutorials to figure out how to make this card, and here’s why I wanted to make my own. First, I use exclusively 8 1/2″ x 11″ cardstock, while many of the tutorials use 12 x 12″ cardstock. Second, I prefer written tutorials to video, where I can easily skip to the spots I need help with. And finally, my workshop attendees were clamouring for the dimensions and instructions – so here they are! Enjoy!

Card front

Card front

Card inside

Card inside

 

Click here for the step-by-step tutorial, with lots of photos!

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