How To Make A 3D Pop Up Cube Card

Today I am very excited to share how to make a 3D pop up cube card with you. These cards are so much fun and make quite an impact when your recipient opens them.

I love making fun fold cards and sharing the tutorials with you. If you love my cardmaking tutorials make sure you check out my online PDF store, HERE.


I was initially very intimidated at the idea of making on of these pop up cube cards. In looking at them they seem complicated and daunting. However, now I am very confident in making them and they were surprisingly very simple to make.

For the video today I used the Happy Forest Friends Suite of products. This is so adorable and I can tell you for sure it’s my favorite paper in the entire catalog.

Handmade pop up cube card with free project sheet tutorial

How Do you Make A Cube Card?

Well, it’s very simple. You make squares and glue them together. Ok, ok maybe it’s a little more than that but that is the basics of it.

I created a free project sheet for you to download and print.


Handmade pop up cube card with free project sheet tutorial

In the card above I combined a couple of my favorite stamp sets. The Framed Occasions stamp set and the Breaking News stamp set. These stamp sets are so cute and extremely versatile. Both are great for making cards for most occasions.


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Handmade pop up cube card with free project sheet tutorial


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  1. Mary Katherine Knipp says

    Great card, looks complicated, but not.
    A tip for the dies, I learned from Angie Juda, make a copy of the dies when
    you first get them, and put it with your dies, then you know what goes where.
    Thank you for a wonderful card.

  2. Debra Walker says

    Cute, cute card/box. The missing stump-how about on the back of your catalog; I have found some of my die cuts sticking to the back of the catalog because of the plastic cover from spiral binding.

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