Bits & Pieces

A Christmas Pop-Up Cash Card

A last minute solution today saw the creation of these Christmas pop-up cash cards!

They were really quick and easy to make and make giving cash that little bit more special!

As the cash fits securely in the pocket, rather than make seperate envelopes, I simply sealed the cards with a removable ‘belt’.

Aren’t they cute?!

I made mine out of half of a 30x30cm sheet each (30x15cm)

The ephemera pieces are from a Christmas die cut pack from the reject shop (the same pack as used for my cut out easel card)

To make one, simply place your paper landscape, score down in the centre, then score at 1 1/2 inches either side of centre, then fold your centre score upwards and the two side scores valley, run a piece of tape or glue along the top only of the two folded sides and join together, you will now have a card. Now cut the inner ‘pop up’ section to the required size to hold your cash.

This video here explains it really well (just customise it to your size)

Merry Christmas!
XOXO

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