August 09, 2011

Pals August Hop: 3D Projects

Welcome to the August Pals Hop! This month, we're featuring fun and creative 3-dimensional projects! Enjoy the hop and the amazing creations that the Pals have come up with.

You've likely hopped over from the very talented  Pam Giudici at, I'm stop number 15 on the Pals Hop and I'm glad you hopped in! I'll help you "hop along" from blog to blog where you'll find great ideas for 3-D paper projects from the Stampin' Pretty Pals! Should you hop off course, simply click on any of the links in the Pals Hop Line-up below and you'll be back on track!

Today I have created a Sliding Pop Up Card.  I mixed a couple other stampers ideas with my own.  The sliding pop card is from the amazing Kim Score and her tutorial can be found HERE.  THANK YOU LADIES!  The crow is basically from Ellen Kemper with a couple of my own changes, i.e. attaching ribbon for the legs giving the crow the best set of ‘Knobby’ knees in town.  *smile*  The flower and watermelon is mine.  I hope you enjoy it!


To get it to pop up….pull out on the small green piece between the two ribbons.

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Not only does it pop up, but reveals a small message.  For this card I choose the ‘HELLO’ stamp from the set Happy Greetings.

Looking a little closer~


Supplies needed ~ all are SU! unless otherwise noted

  • Card stock – M. Mustard, W. White, R. Red, B. Black, G. Green and Big Top Birthday DSP
  • Tools – Various Circles, Boho Blossom, Ovals, Scalloped and Blossoms Petals Builder punches
  • Misc. – M. Mustard and White Craft Inks for sponging the edges

Hop along for more inspiring ideas from the very talented Mikki Sarkisyan at, stop number 16 on the AUGUST PALS HOP!

Pals Hop Line-up:

1. Stephanie Uzee at

2. Nicole Watt at

3. Barbara Chatzkel at

4. Jason Casper at

5. Melanie Collins at

6. Carmen Sublasky at

7. Patti MacLeith at

8. Sandie Conner at

9. Nina Dee at

10. Leah O'Brien at

11. Mary Fish at

12. Rae Harper at

13. Kylie Nicolsi at

14. Pam Giudici at

15. Linda Fisher at

16. Mikki Sarkisyan at

17. Martha Stewart at

18. Mike Fuke at

19. Barb Furlong at

Thanks for "hopping" by!




LeAnne said...

Oh my gooooooodness! This is so stinking cute! I am not sure if I could do the pop=up part, but that crow is adorable! You're the punchingest best!

Cynthia said...

Linda this is super cute. I just love the scarecrow! Where can I get the details of the scarecrow? You mention her name, but I don't see a link.

Miranda said...

This is sooooo adorable! TFS
Miranda :)

Patti MacLeith said...

Poppin' Bird! What a sweet project!

Stampindad said...

This is so adorable!! I will HAVE to do one for my Mother-in-law soon. Thanks for the great punch art inspiration!

Mikki said...

Linda, this is so cute!!! I love punch art work and you did an amazing job with this crow. I love the watermelon and the colors you choose. Terrific!!

Linda Callahan said...

Cutest crow ever! You are amazing!

Anonymous said...

This is incredible! What a great job and it's so summer! Beautifully done!

Kim Score said...

love it! super cute use of the sliding pop up technique! thanks for the link to my technique.

Pam~ said...

OMGosh, Linda, you have out done yourself with this one! This is incredibly cute! The design has blown me away! Stunning 3-D card!

Anonymous said...

oh my, this is super cute!

Patti said...

So cute. Love the watermelon touch and knobby knees.

Carla Bazhenow said...

OMG... this is just the most perfect, fun crow ever!!!! I absolutely love it, especially how you have the flower and the watermellon!!!! I so want to come and play with you!!!! Stunning card! Hugs,

Stamp with Sandy said...

Oh so cute! What did you use to emboss the background? I love the look!


Anonymous said...

Oh my! This is so cute.

Hugs, M

Ann Schach said...

Oh my gosh! This is so cute and clever! You are a master of punch art!

Jeanne Nielsen said...

How adorable is this little guy/gal? I have to make one today! TFS!

Mrs.Debbie said...

This card is so cute but I was wondering if you could yell us how you made it using what, how many so on would love to make this.

Hugs Debbie

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