Easter Pop-up Box Card with Sweet Sorbet Designer Paper from Stampin’ Up!

How do you make the most adorable Easter pop-up box card you’ve ever seen? You do it by combining three of my favorite things….

Stampin’ Up! DSP + Silhouette Cameo e-Cutter + Lori Whitlock Designs 

This project was designed for the March “Silhouette Challenge”. Forty-three more fabulous Silhouette projects can be found at the end of this post.  You can purchase this card in my Etsy shop

Easter pop-up box card, Stampin' Up! Sweet Sorbet, Lori Whitlock, Silhouette

All supplies used are from Stampin’ Up!
© Stampin’ Up!

I used the Sweet Sorbet Designer Series Paper from Stampin’ Up! to make this darling Easter pop-up box card. I absolutely LOVE this paper, it’s just beautiful and perfect for Easter, Mother’s Day, baby showers and more!  You can get this fabulous DSP FREE during Sale-a-Bration with your $50 order from Stampin’ Up!  (Hurry, SAB ends March 31, 2014.) The box base is made with Pool Party card stock. (Item #122924)

Sweet Sorbet Designer Series Paper, FREE during Sale-a-Bration, Item 133521

FREE with $50 purchase during Sale-a-Bration
© Stampin’ Up!

I used Lori Whitlock’s Easter box card SVG file and my Silhouette Cameo e-cutter to cut and score all the pieces. So even though it looks complicated, it’s really simple to make! (Shhhhh!!! Don’t tell the people I’m sending it to, I want them to say, “WOW!!! I can’t believe you MADE this!!!” I don’t want them to know it’s easy!!! Haha!!!)

Lori Whitlock-Box-Card-EasterI modified the design slightly, first by adding a second strip of “grass” to the back panel, then adding a layer of the striped paper below the basket. Now that I’m looking at the photo, I think I’ll go back and add “grass” on both sides of the basket too, and maybe a few more eggs. I also added a long Whisper White strip on the back of the card to give me a place to stamp a greeting and to sign the card. If you don’t own an e-cutter, I believe that most of the designs from Lori Whitlock include the PDF file for hand cutting.

I don’t know about you, but the combination of Stampin’ Up! DSP + Silhouette Cameo e-Cutter + Lori Whitlock Designs really inspires my creativity!

And now, I promised you more fabulous Silhouette projects!!!

My Silhouette Challenge friends and I are all sharing projects on our blogs today. Our theme this month was “Paper”. You’ll find everything from cards to gifts, party supplies, home decor and more! Peruse all the projects in the challenge to inspire your own creativity!

Peace, Love and Joy,

Joyce

 

Want to Check Out More Silhouette Projects?

My Silhouette Challenge buddies and I are all sharing projects on our blogs today, so peruse the projects below for a wealth of Silhouette inspiration!

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28 thoughts on “Easter Pop-up Box Card with Sweet Sorbet Designer Paper from Stampin’ Up!

    • Hi Becky,
      Thanks so much! You should definitely try one of Lori Whitlock’s pop-up cards! They are so much easier than I thought they would be!
      Peace, Love and Joy,
      Joyce

    • Hi Pam
      Thank you so very much!!! Your comment just made my day! I’m glad you loved the paper combo, that’s one of the great things about the Stampin’ Up! Designer Series Papers, all of the pieces are fabulous together.
      Peace, Love and Joy,
      Joyce

    • Hi Anne,
      It would be so much fun to make these for an Easter dinner. You could even personalize each one by having the guest’s name on the front panel. Thanks for visiting the Etsy shop. I just set it up yesterday and I’m excited to have it open. Now I just need to get items added.
      Peace, Love and Joy,
      Joyce

    • Thanks Meredith! I hadn’t attempted the pop-up box cards that I had seen all over the blogging world because they looked so complicated. Lori Whitlock’s SVG files made it easy! I’m glad you like the paper I chose. Stampin’ Up! always has the most beautiful papers and this one is perfect for spring cards!
      Peace, Love and Joy,
      Joyce

  1. Wow, your pop-up box card is fantastic! I like the changes that you made, and I love the papers! I had those files in my cart the other day, but did not purchase them because I thought they would be too fiddly to put together…I guess I’ll have to go back and get them! I’m sure my nieces and nephews would have fun with these.

    • Hi Meredith,
      Thank you so much for your sweet comment. You definitely need to make these for your nieces and nephews. The first one was a bit “fiddly” because I had never made a box card before, but once I made it and understood the process, the second one went much more quickly! I think I’m going to try the print & cut technique and personalize the front of them for each of my nieces with “Happy Easter to *name*.
      Peace, Love and Joy,
      Joyce

  2. That card looks great Joyce! I love the paper collection you use also. I saw Lori’s post about releasing those cards and I was tempted to buy them but thought they would be too difficult to do just like Meredith. I might have to buy one just to check out how easy it is. Lori’s stuff always looks great!

    • Hi Kelly,
      Thanks for taking the time to visit and leave a comment, that makes me so happy! I hope you do buy Lori’s design and give it a try. The card is much easier than I expected it to be!
      Peace, Love and Joy,
      Joyce

    • Hi Kay,
      You just made my day because sharing my creativity in the hopes of inspiring others is what my blog is all about!!!
      Peace, Love and Joy,
      Joyce

    • Hi Kalyn!
      I’m so glad you thought my bunny card was cute! Thanks so very much for taking the time to leave a comment, it makes me sooooooo happy!
      Peace, Love and Joy,
      Joyce

    • Hi Aki,
      Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment, you have no idea how happy it makes me to know you liked my card!!!
      Do you have an e-cutter? If so, the Lori Whitlock design makes it so easy! (All the designs are on sale at http://www.silhouetteonlinestore.com through March 27, 2014. I’m not an affiliate or sales person for them, I just love their designs so I’m sharing the info!)
      Peace, Love and Joy,
      Joyce

    • Hi Trisha!
      Yay! I’m soooooooo glad you took the time to visit my page and to leave such a lovely comment. Especially since I’m kind of obsessed with Black and White Obsession!!! Thank you!!!
      Peace, Love and Joy,
      Joyce

  3. Joyce,
    First of all I love your enthusiasm in every comment and project I have seen of yours is amazing. Thank you for being you an encouraging lovely talented lady. Your Easter Pop up is just darling.
    SC Buddy,
    Karen Marie
    Dragonfly & Lily Pads

    • Hi Karen Marie,
      I love when my Silhouette Challenge buddies stop by!!! Thanks for your sweet comment. I’ve always felt like one of my “God-given gifts” is my desire to encourage others so your comment really means the world to me!!! I’m so glad you liked the Easter pop-up box card. It was such fun to make, and easy too with Lori Whitlock’s design!
      Peace, Love and Joy,
      Joyce

    • Thanks Randi, I’m so tickled that you took the time to visit and leave a comment! Makes my day!!!
      Peace, Love and Joy,
      Joyce

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