A2 Curved Pop Up Card Summer.
This cute card design presses flat to fit into an A2 envelope. When the card is removed from the envelope the curved front pops forward and the crease in the card base goes backward. After adhering the covering panels, assemble the card by: 1. Fold the card base in half. 2. Fold on the 2 center score lines of the center insert. 3. Fold the 2 glue tabs inward and lay the insert flat on the card base in the center. 4. Glue the 2 tabs into place on the base in the flat laying position. 5. Glue the 2 tabs from the front layer around the back side of the card base. This file includes covering panels for the back and a print/cut with a mother's day sentiment.
SVG file for Silhouette, Cricut and other cutting machines.
This has been my favorite card to make so far! The design is perfect because it lays flat to fit in an envelope but folds to stand up! It doesn't require an engineering degree to assemble, lol, and is very versatile. I used the butterfly and flowers from the butterfly grid pop up card and just glued it to the center "stem" - easy and awesome!
A bit of piecing in this design, but the result is fabulous! Perfect for my "forever in Flip-Flops" sister! I used vinyl for the lettering and it worked better than trying to evenly space cut card stock. I would definitely recommend watching the tutorial on the curved cards before putting it together.