Thursday, September 27, 2012

Pop Up Cards by Mari Kumada

With world card making day coming up on October 6th, what better book to review than a card making one :0)

Available October 9th, 2012    
A card is a more special gift when it’s made by hand, and the cards in this book make the giving even more fun through designs that pop up, move, and spin. The charm and whimsy of these cards will elevate any occasion. From children’s birthday cards with wheels that spin to get-well wishes revealed with the pull of a tab and gift boxes that magically take shape when the card is opened, the cards in this book are sure to please.
With over fifty designs for a range of occasions—from birthdays, baby announcements, and get-well wishes to Easter, Halloween, and Christmas—there’s sure to be something for everyone in this book. Each project is presented through beautifully styled photographs, clear step-by-step instructions, detailed diagrams, and templates. Even those new to working with paper will be able to make the whimsical and elegant designs in this book.
Make the cards in this book and give your friends and family a keepsake they will treasure.

I personally love to make cards. I find that adding a personal touch to birthday, Easter and Christmas cards is just down right FUN.
With this book you have simple and I MEAN simple instructions to make your flat cards say even more.
Yes, I know you can go and buy a five dollar card and send it, but this book can help you turn a few pieces of paper into a wonderful card that even your mom will ask you if you were abducted by aliens (lol).
I really like the little cone card where it's like a little birthday hat popping out of the card....and how you can change it up to be a witch hat....'cause we all know that my alter-ego :0)

Over all this is a great beginner book for anyone wanting to start in the pop up world or those of you wanting a retro turn back.
Great step by steps.

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Thank you NetGalley and Shambala Publications for the pleasure of reviewing this book.

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