We’re crazy about daisies and we know mom will be too. Make a Mother’s Day card that is sure to bring her smile to full bloom with this easy pop-up card design. It’s perfect for celebrating mom or other springtime occasions.

Materials Needed:

• Pop-up Card How to PDF

• Chocolate A2 Folded Card

• Chartreuse A2 Envelope

• Pool Daisy Wrapping Paper

• Sunshine Cover Weight Paper

• Pool Cover Weight Paper

• Chartreuse Text Weight Paper

• Daisy Rubber Stamp

• Happy Mother’s Day Rubber Stamp

• VersaMark Watermark Inkpad

• Seafoam White Embossing Powder

• Embossing Heat Tool

• 3D Foam Squares

• Memory Tape Runner

• Craft Knife

• Cutting Mat

• Metal Ruler

For card:

1. Begin making card by cutting a 5 ¼” x 4″ piece of Pool Daisy wrapping paper and adhering in place on front of card.

2. Cut out a flower from the Pool Daisy wrapping paper Mount and adhere flower to Sunshine cover using Memory Tape Runner.

3. Trim out mounted flower leaving a small border of Sunshine showing.

4. Cut a right angle into mounted flower and adhere to top left corner using 3D Foam Squares.

For inside:

1. Cut a piece of Chartreuse Text to 8 ¼” x 5 ¼” to create pop-up liner. Fold in half and make 3 sets of cuts into fold as shown (see A).

2. Open liner and push in cuts. This will create the pop-up effect.

3. Stamp and emboss message and daisies onto liner, avoiding cuts.

4. Adhere liner to inside of card using Memory Tape Runner.

5. Stamp and emboss daisies onto Pool and Sunshine paper and cut out.

6. Arrange daisies as desired and adhere to pop-up mechanism using a combination of 3D foam squares and Memory Tape Runner.

7. Finish card with a decorated envelope by cutting and adhering a daisy from front to back.


7 Responses

  1. SHARON ROLOFF says:

    Thank you for the great idea ….I love the use of wrapping papers as
    Paper Source has such great designs. I would love to see more ideas using the wrapping paper and some of your specialty papers in card making.

    Thank you,

    Sharon Roloff

  2. Gali Roloff says:

    OMG…Sharon, I thought I am the only one with this family name…

  3. Sarah says:

    Awesome tutorial! I already bought a mother’s day card (from PS), but I’ll hang onto this for summer b-days!

  4. Lynn says:

    I love these! My aunt loves greeting cards and now that she’s battling cancer, she’s even more sentimental about the cards she receives. I think it will be super special for her to receive something as beautiful as this. Thanks for sharing your awesome tutorial! Hope I can do it justice.

  5. annie says:

    sharon – you are so welcome! i will definitely keep your request in mind for future how-tos.

    gali – this is so funny! has paper source brought together lost family members!?! if so, i know a great place for scrapbooking supplies! 😉

    sarah – thanx so much! yes! great for any occasion!

    lynn – wow! i am so touched to be a part of putting a smile on your aunt’s face! your card will look awesome too…you’re already an awesome niece!

  6. Lisa says:

    This is so awesome! I just got some donut wrapping paper at the new PS in Austin! Can’t wait to try a pop-up donut card! yeah! 🙂

  7. annie says:

    lisa – mm! mm! pop-up donuts!?! why didn’t i think of this?!? awesome idea…thanx for sharing!