Thursday, April 14, 2011

Teapot Everyday Pop-Up Card

Here's another card from the Cricut Everyday Pop-Up Cards cartridge. Now, I have to say that I put together these cards how I think they should work, but for all I know, I could be totally wrong. This teapot card was a request by Lorraine of Card Creations by Lorraine. :-)

For the front of my card, I created my own patterned paper by stamping teacups from Papertrey Ink's "Tea For Two Additions" Stamp Set. The teapot is cut at 2.41" (I used my Gypsy). I cut the two main layers and the shadow, but I used my Gypsy to hide the marks on the top layer that show where to put the flowers. I did this because I had decided not to use the flower layers, but to use some Primas instead.

My sentiment is from My Creative Time's "Just a Little Note to Say..." stamp set. Click here for ordering information for this sweet set.

Now for the inside! The pop-up has two pieces: the teapot and the teacup. I decided I wanted these to be different colors, so I cut it twice at 3.5". Since I was using my Gyspy, I was able to "hide" the one I didn't want each time. I cut my teapot pop-up in brown and the teacup in the polka-dotted paper. Using my Gypsy, I was able to figure out that my striped layer size on the teapot should be 2.25". Now, the teacup has a strip attached to it that just slides through the teapot. Here's what it looks like from the back.

What I did was use a craft knife to cut a slit in the patterned layer that matches the slit in the teapot pop-up. I slipped the teacup strip through both layers on the left, but I only had it come through the brown layer on the right. I then adhered the two layers together, so the strip is in between the two layers on the right, and not poking through. I hope that makes sense.


8 1/2" x 5 1/2" Papertrey Ink New Leaf Cardstock, scored at 4 1/4"
4" x 5 1/4" Papertrey Ink Dark Chocolate Cardstock
3 3/4" x 5" Papertrey Ink Aqua Mist Cardstock
Papertrey Ink Green Boutique Patterned Paper
Recollections Brown Cardstock (for pop-up)
My Creative Time's "Just a Little Note to Say..." Stamp Set
Papertrey Ink "Double-Ended Banner" Die
Papertrey Ink "Tea for Two Additions" and "Ribbon Tails" Stamp Sets
Papertrey Ink Aqua Mist and Dark Chocolate Ink
Prima Flowers
Recollections Brad
Sakura White Gelly Roll Pen
ColorBox Cat's Eye Chalk Ink


  1. WOW, you did an AWESOME job Miss Katie!! I literally JUST ordered that cartridge!!! You need to do a video on it so I'll know what I'm doing when I get it!!!! lol.... REALLY!;)
    BIg Gypsy hugs,

  2. Katie, this is so adorable, and you need to work for Provo Craft. You are doing such an awesome job putting together these pop ups. Thank you for doing the teapot for me. I will be making one tonight.

  3. Katie, this is so cute. Looks like you have no problem with the pop up cartridge.

  4. the card is so cute, love all the details and colors!

  5. Love your Teapot Card. Way to go. I will have to try the pop ups over the weekend. TFS.

  6. So cute, really like your card.


  7. So sweet, awesome job. You are making some beautiful projects with this cartridge. Hugs- Glora

  8. Well if you aren't putting them together right... they sure are turning out AMAZINGLY cute... thanks for showing us how to put them together.. super cute Katie.

  9. Thanks for sharing all your tips on using this cartridge. I just found your umbrella card on YouTube and that led me to your blog. I'm your newest follower!
    Cheers, Karen

  10. Oh boy I just love tea pots they have a spot in my heart, probably because I like tea. HA HA!
    great great cards I have to get another cartridge now.

  11. Love your tea pot.....thanks for great directions I've seen Everyday Pop Up cards but they are all done and no directions or videos so thanks a million for what you do....very thoughtful of you!

  12. How did I miss this gem? Glad you showed some pop-ups because I wondered how they were to make. Great job!
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  13. the card is so cute, love all the details and colors!

  14. Teapot Creative

    want to know more about color pots and design


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