Perfect Pop-Ups 1: Creating a Fun and Easy 90° Pop-Up Centered in a Card Premium class

Rebecca Scott, Illustrator & Paper Engineer

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6 Videos (29m)
    • Introduction

      1:25
    • Materials

      1:59
    • The Basic Box Pop-Up

      4:01
    • Pop-Up Symetrical Shapes

      6:07
    • Pop-Up Asymetrical Shapes

      10:07
    • Finishing Off Your Card

      5:10

About This Class

Greeting cards are fun tangible ways to let someone know you are thinking of them, and pop-up cards make these greetings even more fun and memorable!

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This class is for anyone who wants to learn to make a simple 90° pop-up centered on a card. It will cover how to make both symmetrical and asymmetrical shapes pop up using the simplest means possible. This class is a great place to start for anyone who wants to learn the techniques of designing pop-ups, and it is also perfect for anyone wanting to make an easy but fun card for someone.

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Rebecca Scott

Illustrator & Paper Engineer

While growing up, my family had a tradition of making cards together for major holidays during the year to send to family and friends.  I especially enjoyed putting together pop-up cards.  As I got older, the complexity of my cards increased.  Even after graduating from BYU in illustration, I continued to make these cards to send to people for holidays.  All the card recipients loved them, and my family started encouraging me to sell them. I decided to do exactly that, so I started a little business called Peaden Scott Designs, and I opened an etsy shop where people can purchase my work.