Using Pop Up Techniques Inside Your Simple Dori

Hi everyone!  Robin and I are here to share some Pop Up Techniques you can try out in your Simple Dori.

I’ve been watching lots of Youtube videos lately and the pop up cards have got me so fascinated.  One of my scrapbooking goals this year is to make my TN more interactive, so I was so excited to apply these techniques into my memory keeping.

The supplies I used in the layouts I’ll be sharing are from the 2 Cherish Blossom Memory Keeping kits.  They were perfect to use for documenting our family trip to Japan.

The first thing I tried was a Pop up card technique shared by Love for Crafts on Youtube.  It took me a while to make this because I had to fix the measurements so that my pictures would fit.  I especially loved this technique because I could add more photos this way.

The next one is a Twist and Pop card technique that I learned thru Srushti Patil’s video.  This was really fun to do because I had a lot of vertical photos that I wanted to include in this album.  I also DIYed a small pocket so that I could include the amusement park tickets.  I also added some Cherry Blossom puffy stickers to add more dimension to the pocket card that I also used.

The last one is a Waterfall Technique that I learned thru Draw so Cute.   I feel like a kid every time I pull the tab.  This works well for layouts that have the same sized photos.  I kept the design minimal in this layout to keep the focus on the photos.

These  pop up techniques were really fun to try.   I am so thankful for the whole creative community who continue to share creative inspiration.   Here are the links where I learned these techniques:

Pop Up Card Tutorial

Twist and Pop Card Tutorial

Waterfall Card

Robin is sharing a simple pop up she created with a cut file. Her design uses a butterfly she cut out and colored with Tim Holtz distress oxide ink along with hand stitching.

Robin created this design using papers from the Picket Fence kits including the cute little notepad from the pocket kit.

This design is for Robin’s 100 Day Project about deep quotes. Her goal is to keep it simple and finish each day using some of the techniques shown in this post. These techniques can help Robin achieve her project goals by using pop ups that can display multiple quotes in a single design.

Using pop up techniques may take some time to do but the results are so worth it.  Hope you give these a try too.  Thanks so much for stopping by.

Ria and Robin

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