JFF Design Team · JFF Monthly Challenge

Wobbles, Pop Ups and Gift Cards…Oh My!

I just love interactive cards…wobbles, pop ups, pull tabs, etc. I really wanted to make something that I had never made before and dug around in my stash of tutorials. I found a little gem called the Pop Up Gift Card by Andrea Luhman in one of my old Stamp Rap publications from Club Scrap® . This is my version using her instructions!

I used the Steam Punk Balloon stamp from JFF Stamps for the focal image on the front of my card and some FABULOUS card stock from the Club Scrap Delft kit!

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AND of course added an action wobble!

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Stamp images colored with Kuretake Gansai Tambi Water Colors Club Scrap Delft card stock

The gate fold card opens to reveal two pop up bicycle motif images and a place to insert a gift card in the center.

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JFFRS High Wheeler Bicycle Motif stamp image.
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JFFRS Old Time Bicycle Motif stamp image.

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There’s plenty of room to add birthday wishes or a sentiment of your choice!

Speaking of birthday cards, the monthly challenge is ON and waiting for you to link up your artwork for a chance to win a gift certificate to shop at JFFStamps! Click here for more details AND be sure to follow JFF Rubber Stamps on Instagram for daily inspiration!

Do more of what makes you happy!

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5 thoughts on “Wobbles, Pop Ups and Gift Cards…Oh My!

  1. Totally fun and beautiful card, Wendy. Love those wobbles and I like it very much that when you open the card those tiles appear. Great thinking and great execution!

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