Wednesday, June 24, 2015

National Parks Blog Hop

Welcome to my pop-up stop on Club Scrap's National Parks Blog Hop!


Pop-ups are one of my favorite crafting tricks. Club Scrap's heavy-weight papers are ideal for creating these dimensional layouts. Last week I designed a fun 12x12 pop-up scrapbook page with the National Parks Collection. Check it out:


I won't go into too many details since I already shared the technique on my previous blog entry. But I had so much fun with that one, I had to make another while the process was fresh on my mind.


Here is the page closed.

Pop-Up Page Closed

Here I am starting to lift the flap . . . my favorite part . . .


Bam! The page pops to life!



Open at a 90 degree angle


Some of you may wonder how to make something like this work within a scrapbook. Simply cutting the page protector will do the trick. Follow these steps to accommodate your pop-up:

1. Slide a closed pop-up layout into a page protector.


2. Use a permanent marker to draw a line around the entire pop-up area, including the top hinge, left, right and bottom edges.


3. Remove the layout and slide a cutting mat into the protector.


4. Use a grid ruler and craft knife to cut around the outside of the markings, making the opening slightly larger than the pop-up flap.


5. Completely remove the rectangular portion of the page protector.


6. Slide the layout back into the prepared protector, and the pop-up will function freely.





Thank you for popping in!

Next on the hop is the talented and witty Janet Moran at Dishing With Janet. Be sure to check out what she's up to.

Kay

19 comments:

  1. I ordered some extra papers to do this pop-up - which I totally love - and so appreciate the instructions on how to handle the page protector. I have soooo many photos from Yellowstone I want to use this process again and again.

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    1. Oh sounds like the perfect project, so cool!

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  2. Super awesome Kay. Thank you for doing this.

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  3. I was wondering about the protector - TFS!! Love that pop-up!

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  4. I adore these pop-up pages, Kay! Thanks for the tips on putting them in the album!

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  5. Thanks for the awesome tips on using these types of pages in your album!! Way to go Kay! This page is outstanding. :)

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  6. Love your Dr. Suess-esque opening line! Another awesome pop-up page. I know folks will appreciate your tips on adapting the page protector, that is, IF they can bear to keep a page this fantastic INSIDE an album, LOL.

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  7. Love the pop up page and wonderful instructions too! Looking forward to seeing you soon!

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  8. Kay, you make such beautiful pop-up pages! This one is so colorful and happy.
    Thanks for the storage tip!

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  9. How wicked sweet is that!!! Totally going to be making some pop up pages now!!!!

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  10. What fun! That is so amazing looking...a real stunner!! I love it!

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  11. Beautiful page and filled with so many goodies!

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  12. Love the idea of a pop up page! Thanks so much for sharing. Have a great day!

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  13. This looks so much fun to create! What a great way to get lots of photos and goodies on you page! Thanks for the instructions for the page protector.

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  14. I just love this! So super cool! I'd like to make one myself...a little intimidating but I'm gonna give it a try!

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  15. Wow, what a surpise as I worked down through your pictures. A pop-up layout! Extremely creative!!!

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