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3D Spring Dynamic Card

This 3D work ...

  • Papercraft
  • < 1 hour
  • Beginner


  • 3D Spring Dynamic Card Kit


  1. Pick the card design you want to use, I selected the Green Curtains with Poppies and the Green Window cards.

  2. Pop the pieces out of the window card and you will not need these again. Then using the score lines on the card, fold in half and fold the bottom flap over.
    Optional: use a bone folder to create a nice sharp score line.

  3. Go to the large Curtain card and pick out the tiny strips on each side of the pre-scored lines, there are 2 on either side.

  4. Fold the coloured top section of the curtain card over, so it is at the back of the curtains.

  5. On the front of the curtain card into a double fold.
    Optional: use a bone folder to create sharp folds.

  6. Open the Window card and slide the curtain card flap through half of the window card, push the curtain card past the slits in the window card until the curtain card sits on the edge and slides, see Photo step 7 if in doubt. Then push the other side of the curtain card through the window card so both sides are positioned on the window edge and will slide.

  7. Once the curtains have been pushed through the window card, add tape to the bottom flap, and fold the top of the card over to fix the edges together.

  8. Pull the 2 Curtains apart to will reveal the inside of the card (see Photo9) now take 2 pieces of the acetate pictures and slot these into the 2 slots behind the curtains, push them right the way through to the slot at the other side of the card.

  9. Now close the card, ensuring it will fold flat, and pick the extra decoupage pieces you want to decorate the front with, and attach these in position.

  10. Voila! The finished card.