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3D Christmas Pop Up Card

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Christmas is almost knocking on the door! Christmas is the most favourite festival of many of you. It is celebrated in different countries all over the world. People like to decorate their house with Christmas trees, gifts, Santa’s look-alike toys and many more. There are many other decorations and people use for Christmas decorations like lights, bulb lights, small lights , artificial snow and many more. You must have wanted to wish your friends, family and relatives with some beautiful greeting cards. Today you’re going to learn to make a 3D pop-up Christmas card, which will make your loved ones more happy. So, without any words , let’s get started!

How to make 3D Christmas Pop Up Greeting Card

Materials:

  • A paper of 20*30c.m
  • A paper that little bigger than 20*30c.m.
  • Green shades paper 6*5c.m
  • A big green colour paper
  • Small and big flower pictures.
  • Colour pages.
  • Round stones and star
  • A glue stick
  • Scissors
  • A ruler
  • Black marker/ sketch pen
  • Colour sketch pens.

Procedure:

  • Take a paper of 20*30c.m, fold into half side wise. Unfold it then again fold by making a fold line. It should be a card base.
  • Take a pencil and ruler, mark on the left side of the front part of the card base.
  • Draw two lines of 4.5c.m on the side horizontally.
  • Cut the drawn lines and fold the card horizontally without the cut parts. The cut parts will look like straight small stands.
  • Fold the small rectangular part properly. Unfold it.
  • Fold the paper now containing the cut parts and some portion of the other side.
  • Fold the part in and out to make a 3D part.
  • Open the card and look and a rectangular shape must be popping out.
  • Fold the card like the first and take ar ruler, make two points by leaving space from the two straight stands.
  • Draw two 2.5 c.m lines there with a pencil and ruler.
  • Cut the lines and fold from the middle and the sides of the cut areas.
  • Lift and fold the upper side of the cut areas.
  • Fold this part inside the portion of that area as well. Unfold it.
  • Follow the same for the other slide part of the lifted cut area.
  • Open the card and look and two small rectangular shapes must be popping out from over and under the big rectangular shape.
  • Fold the card like the first and take ar ruler, make two points by leaving space from the two straight stands.
  • Draw two 1.5 c.m lines there with a pencil and ruler.
  • Cut the lines and fold from the middle and the sides of the cut areas.
  • Lift and fold the upper side of the cut areas.
  • Fold this part inside the portion of that area as well. Unfold it.
  • Follow the same for the other slide part of the lifted cut area.
  • Open the card and look and four small square shapes that must be popping out over the previous shapes.
  • Look at the card a 3D base and stair must be lifting up.
  • Lift a side of the card and place it like that on your desk.
  • Apply glue on the edge of the bottom part of the card, take a brown colour strip and attach it there.
  • Do the same for the whole cards other sides as well.
  • Take a green colour page of 6*5c.m, fold it into half from the left and right sides.
  • Cut it from one corner to another like an arrow-like shape and take out two pieces.
  • Cut the sides of one piece slightly by making zic-zak small straight lines all over with scissors.
  • Cut the lines upper part like an arrow-like shape.
  • Open the piece and a Christmas tree will be in front of your eyes.
  • Take the tree and place it on a page and border the sides of the trees with a black sketch pen.
  • Take a brown page and cut out a bark for the Christmas tree.
  • Apply glue on the bark and attach it under the tree.
  • Follow this process and make seven more Christmas trees. Use different green colour shades for the tree to make your card look more attractive.
  • Take the card and attach the trees in front of the 3D stairs according to the reference video.
  • Take colour papers and sketch pens, make some small square gift box with them.
  • Attach the gift boxes on the bottom part of the card with glue.
  • Make small flower shapes as well with pages and sketch pens as many as you want to attach to your card.
  • Apply some glue and stick the flowers all over the empty parts of the card.
  • Take a colour page a little bigger than this current card.
  • Fold the page in half for making another card base.
  • Place the current card base into this card base.
  • Apply glue inside both sides of the card and attach it to the trees card.
  • Take a medium shape green colour page, fold it in half from the left and right sides.
  • Cut it from one corner to another like an arrow-like shape and take out two pieces.
  • Cut the sides of one piece slightly by making zic-zak small straight lines all over with scissors.
  • Cut the lines upper part like an arrow-like shape.
  • Open the piece and a Christmas tree will be in front of your eyes.
  • Take a brown page and cut out a bark for the Christmas tree.
  • Apply glue on the bark and attach it under the tree.
  • Apply glue on the back of the whole tree and stick it in front of the card.
  • Take a star shape and attach it on top of the tree with the glue stick.
  • Take a ruler and sketch pen, make vertical stringent lines on the topsides of the tree. Make the lines small and big accordingly.
  • Take small flower or star shapes as you want and attach them under the lines with the glue stick.
  • Take small stones and attach them inside the Christmas tree to decorate it.
  • Your beautiful 3D Christmas card will be ready!

Wow, it’s so beautiful just look at how beautiful the inside of the card looks! You can easily make it with the available. People will love it! Without buying anything you can use your own creativity to bring smiles on your loved ones face.Your relatives, guests, and kids will love it. So, hurry up, grab the materials and make a dazzling pop-up Christmas greeting Card!

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