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Monday, March 18, 2013

A Mirrored Pop Up Surprise

I spent two days designing this file to get it just right and I must say, after I got it the way I wanted it, I couldn't be more pleased. I'm also pleased to be able to share it with all of you.

Unfortunately, my band width is limited and I'm afraid to run out so I will have to email this cutting file. If you click on the "Email Me" link on the right hand side of my blog, I'll get it emailed to you as soon as I can.

The donations I've received have been very kind and generous from those whom support my efforts to create cutting files and videos but there haven't been enough donations to pay for extra band width on a yearly basis. I may have to begin making all of my cutting file shares available to those whom make a donation. My cutting files have been downloaded so much it goes through 5 GB of band width but donations are only made by a few. I know times are tough. I too have felt the crunch of this economy. As much as I love to share, I need to be sensible and not take money from our household income to share cutting files. If I received even a small donation from those downloading it would probably make it financially easier to increase my band width and spend the time to make cutting files and videos.

Recently, I received a donation of $1.00 from a lady whom apologized for only sending $1.00 because she was on a fixed income.She also wrote the sweetest thank you note. I was so moved by her kind donation; it was as if she sent me a million dollars.

I'll continue to make and share videos. YouTube is free. :) but, I'll probably have to limit my file shares. It is a time consuming to email out the cutting files but at this time, it is the best way I know how to save on band width.

Now to the details. On the video you will see two pop-up cards. The first one I made using the PDF file freely shared on the Popupology website. If you want to learn how to convert these files to .svg files you will love the tutorial Kay, from Clever Someday has shared. She is brilliant so please look around while you are there. The discoveries you'll make will be worth the time. I would like to thank Kay for all she shares and her brilliance enlightens us all.

The second pop-up card I designed (this is the one I can share if you email me) can be used as just a design card or it can be embellished like the one in the video. You have t take your time while folding this one. I must have folded twenty of them while I was trying to get this pop-up perfect. The cutting file is in .svg, .dxf, and Studio format. The graphics I used are copyrighted so I can't share them. I purchased them from the now closed :( PCCrafter Hug Club. The Bunny and Happy Easter sign are from the graphic set "Bunches of Bunnies" by Pat and Michele Olsen. The eggs are from various PCCrafter artists.

For any of you whom viewed the first video, I apologize. I allowed YouTube to make some auto correction which ended u making the video look all wobbly. I thought I was going to be sea sick...LOL.


  1. OMG Debbie! This is totally amazing! Although I am intimidated by the looks of this card! Thank you for sharing and for all you post! You're very, very talented!

  2. I did the first house about a week ago. I like your idea of turning it into a easter card.TFS

  3. that easter card is so adorable!!

  4. Unfortunately I cannot email you for the file without setting up an Outlook Express account and I don't wish to do that. So for right now I will pass up this file. I wish I could figure out a way to help you. I have two websites I've paid for and they are just sitting there not being used :( I don't know if there is any way that would help you, but I thought I'd mention it. Thanks for everything you do :)

  5. Wow you are one clever lady, these cards are some of the cutest I have seen. I hope to try them one day when I have time and a lot of patience.

  6. Those Pop up cards are so dang cute. Thanks for sharing

  7. Love the card,your talent is amazing.
    Blessing's Jocelan

  8. Awesome, awesome, awesome card! I would never have the patience or the talent to create this pop-up card. It's just fabulous, Debbie!

  9. Thanks for all the time and dedication you provide in making my time on the Silhouette a sweeeet dream! (A paypal payment has been sent.)

  10. What a super Easter card, Debbie. Love your take on the popology pop-ups.
    Tine :)

  11. Wow! These are amazing, Debbie! I don't think I am good enough with my Cameo yet to make something this detailed! Thanks for the inspiration! I always love seeing your projects!


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