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Valentine Pop Up Box

Hey kids!  It's Cindy here for the Scrapbook Blessings Club today!  I've got a really fun Valentine Pop Up box project for you.  I've been seeing these cool little boxes all over the place lately and just had to make one :-)

TiP:  If you can, watch the video while you score and trim your box--pausing the video as needed. 

You will need:
scoring tool
paper trimmer
terrifically tacky tape (or similar double-sided tape)
patterned/solid papers

The video is from Splitcoaststampers.  She talks pretty fast but the directions are good.  I didn't have any problems.

The inside of my box.  For the paper on the top flaps I turned it upside down so the words will be right side up once the box is opened.

The outside of my box. 

Box all put together!  YAY!  Time to decorate-the fun part!!

I cut thin strips of white cardstock and attached them to the die cuts I wanted to have more height.  Then I just glued them in place. 

Celebrate with Flourish Cricut cart - cherub @ 3"
All Occasion Cake Art Cricut cart - Love @ 3/4", heart2@ 1 1/2", 1", 3/4"
Seasonal Cake Art Cricut cart - hrtdly2 @ 1 1/2", 1", 3/4"

pop dots
Sew Easy floss in hot tamale

You could really make one of these for almost any occasion!  So fun!  I hope I've inspired you to try something new today :-)  If you have any questions leave us a comment and we'll get back to you.  Also, you can join up to our Facebook group: Scrapbook Blessings Club for more fun, games, inspiration, tips and techniques.     

And as always, comments are appreciated. Thank you for stopping by.  I hope you have a blessed day!

Cindy---In Love with PAPER

 SBC Team Designer


  1. Wow Cindy! Love this! I will have to watch the video and try one too. TFS :-)

  2. I've seen these boxes made and I thank you for the link to a great tutorial on doing them. Your card came out awesome.

  3. This is super cute Cindy. Now I want to make one too. Love to see something new and inspiring. Thanks for sharing.

    Smiles Sher

  4. Super cute! What is the size of the card when completed? I'm wondering what size envelope is required for mailing. Thanks!

  5. Awesome job on this cute project. I will have to try this one for sure. Thanks for sharing Love it.
    Sandra V.

  6. Thanks for the video!
    I made one of these but adapted the size to a 4.25 x 5.5 in. card {when folded}.
    I already reached my challenge limit or I would share it there.
    It is posted on 2/10. Here is the url.
    Would love for you to come take a look.
    I have measurements!
    Crafty hugs,


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