Thursday, 17 September 2020

Stampin' Dreams Blog Hop - Sept 2020 - Favourite Season...

Good morning and welcome to the Stampin' Dreams Blog Hop for September.  You are joining me and demonstrators from all over the World to celebrate our Favourite Season.

I have two favourite seasons, Spring as everything begins to appear in the garden and brighter days but also Autumn because I love the colours, falling leaves and chilly nights.  But today I have decided to choose the season I love creating for and that has to be the Christmas Season.  I love the build up to Christmas with the lights, glitter, sparkle, excitement, more glitter ..... lol

I have created a card which grew from the original pop up cube box which has been doing the rounds of late.  I originally created this card for my Niece's 30th birthday which you can see at the end of this post and thought it would be fun to recreate it with a Christmas theme and using the amazing returning Feels Like Frost papers.





It is simple to make albeit time consuming and I have recorded a video to show how it was made.  In my excitement of recreating the card, I may have omitted to provide some of the measurements for the layers but these can be found in the video description.


The card does require a large square envelope or box but it folds flat for sending.


This is the original card I made which inspired this design.


And this is the box I made to send it.


I hope you like my project today and you will give it a go.

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Jo
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40 comments:

  1. First of all wow. I am a fellow demonstrator in Jacksonville Fl USA and I am blown away by the beauty and class of your card. Second, do you know what size envelope this card would fit into? I am so impressed with your talent and thank you for sharing. Janice.

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    1. 18 cm = 7.08661 inches, 19 cm = 7.48 inches. On the 19 cm side you need a tab for securing the box. I converted the measurements to 7" by 7.5" for the cm measurements, to make the rest of the box work in inches. The finished card is 7" by 7" (the tab for gluing is 1/2")

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    2. Hi Janice thank you for your lovely comments. This card is 18cm square completed. Debra has added some imperial measurements above and there are alternative imperial measurements in the video description too for an 8 x 8 card. Any measurement will work provided it is easily divisible by 4. I have a desire to make a Diddy one lol! Have fun and please ask if I can help with anything x

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    3. I am also a fellow demonstrator in Chambersburg, PA and just love this idea and design of the card. Thanks for sharing this and what accessories are needed to make this wonderful card.

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  2. I so loved your card that I have spent the better part of an afternoon converting to inches all the measurements of every piece and how to even lay them out when cutting the DSP and the card stock to best utilize the paper. I am casing this one. Thank you! I do not have the stamp set you used, so I am going to use Winter Woods tree and Still Scenes sentiment. My hat is off to you for a wonderful card!

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    1. You are welcome Debra, I am glad you liked it. I have added imperial measurements to the video now but glad you managed to work them out x

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    2. can you post those inch measurements? did not find your blog for that. would really like to make this card!

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  3. Wow!, Wow! and Wow again! So stunning, so impressive!!! I think I'll be CASEing your cards in the near future!! Just wow!

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  4. Wow!! I am a Demo from Boston, MA. I love love love this idea!! So beautiful!

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    1. Thank you, I have added imperial measurements to the video description now too x

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    2. I sure wish we could see the 'imperial measurements' as the website isn't letting us get into it. This is a beautiful card, to say the least....thanks for sharing..

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  5. This certainly is a show stopper!!! Very pretty!

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  6. Oh my goodness! This is lovely. The feels like frost tree scene is fabulous in this project!

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  7. Ok I really love this and I am not that good at taking a picture like this and recreating it. I would love to give this to my mom for Christmas. As anyone working on written instructions?

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    1. Thank you Connie, it is one of those projects which is easier to see in the video. All parts are identical and made the same way and then stuck together. Hope this helps x

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  8. Wonderful card, Jo!! I've made the smaller versions of the 3D cube card but would love to make your card for my daughter's 40th birthday. You mentioned you added imperial measurements to your video but I watched to the end and they weren't mentioned. Do you have written measurements available? Please? Thanks for sharing your amazing creation!

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    1. Karen they are in the video description under the video itself x

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  9. This is fantastic! Love it so much. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. This is a lovely card Jo, thanks for sharing. I have previously made the basic cube cards but love how yours tumble. I have made it for friends 70th birthday and am thrilled how it has turned out. I'm not really a stamper but used some from my stash that worked. I have now made it again for my daughters 40th birthday with 3cm cubes. Just the final decoration to do but am pleased with this too. Thank you for inspiring me, I hoping my mojo is returning. Look forward to your next project xxx

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  11. Wow that's amazing. There is nothing more satisfying than projects being recreated and I am sure your mojo has been restored thank you for the lovely comments x

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  12. Hi Jo, this card is amazing and I have made a version of it for my hubby. Could you please let us know the measurements for the box to put it in. Many thanks

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  13. Wow so amazing. I'd love to try this please, where can I find your video? Thanks

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  14. This card is absolutely spectacular. I cannot find the video though in order to see how it is made. Where would I be able to find it?

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    1. Can you please share a link bcz I want to make this for my University assignment . I want good marks

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  15. bonjour votre carte est magnifique pouvez vous me communiquer les dimensions si c'est possible je vous remercie
    amitié Martine

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  17. I believe the original cube card was designed by Iced Images.
    This version is amazing. Great work and such creativity.

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  18. What a very beautifull card. I like the idea that you can sent it in a box. Please may I ask you for the tuturial. Kind regards Monica

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  19. OK... I made it! It turned out wonderfully! I added a few more dsp to mine a bit differently but basically the same. My 16 year old grandson loved it! He took pics of it and send it to friends!
    Most of the dsp was gold or had gold in it. It just glowing! He was so pleased and so was I! Now, how can I top that card for next year!

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  20. J'ai tellement été émerveillée par la beauté et le raffinement de votre création que je m’en suis fortement inspirée pour réaliser ma décoration de Noël. J’ai utilisé des papiers que j’avais en stock et j’ai déposé, à l’intérieur des cubes, des petits leds pour donner un esprit de fête.
    Un grand merci pour votre partage et la vidéo. Bonne fin d’année

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  21. This blog was extremely helpfull. I really appreciate your kindness in sharing this with me and everyone else! mơ mình khóc là điềm gì nên đánh con gì.

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