Usually pop-up cards seem quite difficult to make, but not this one.
All you will need is patience in cutting all the pieces and then assemble them together.
The result looks quite professional even if you don’t have a cricut machine.
DIY N. 106
PENGUIN POP-UP BOX CARD
Cardstock (above 200 g) – glue – bi-adhesive tape – scissors – cutter
All you have to do is print the box template (above), in the measure desired (once for the outside and then the internal pieces), cut all the pieces and start assembling.
The dotted lines indicate that you have to fold the cardstock, while the continuous lines indicate where you need to cut.
Not included in the template are the two lids needed to stick your shapes. You will need to measure the width of the box and add about 2 cm per side (these ones will have to be glued in the interior of your box.
To cut the figures I suggest to use a very sharp and thin cutter.
Click on the link below to see the video tutorial
Hope you liked this idea!
See you tomorrow with another easy DIY.