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Video Tutorial: Twist and Pop Card

Posted on: March 31, 2019

This week’s Stampin’ Sunday video will show you how to make a Twist and Pop card. This card is very impressive and it’s easier to make than you might think!

(Note: If you prefer written tutorials, click here! If you prefer video tutorials, read on!)

You’ll need the following:

4 ¼ x 11” cardstock for card base
8.5 x 10 ¾” Whisper White cardstock for the ‘mechanism’
2.75 x 11” cardstock for the long pop-out panel

2 ½ x 2 ½” Designer Series Paper (DSP) to decorate the four panels (four pieces)
3 ¾ x 5 ½” DSP for inside top of card


If your device/browser doesn’t allow videos, click here to watch on my YouTube channel. Don’t forget to like and subscribe while you are there!

Once you’ve made your own Twist and Pop card, don’t forget to share a photo in the comments below! I love to see your creations!

Happy Stampin’!

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I am an independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrator in Nanaimo, BC. I love creating cards and other handmade projects, and I love showing others how they can make their own creations! I hope you can find creative inspiration through my blog and my classes. Thanks for stopping by!


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