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Lovepop Christmas Popup

Lovepop Christmas Popup



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Unveiling of the Christmas Tree Village 3D card.

Purchased from LovePopCards.com

The beautiful gray cover of the Christmas Village pop up card is tranquil and hints at the scene inside. A light post adorned with a festive red bow and topped with a little pile of snow rests in front of a rustic snow covered fence. Snow delicately falls and lands atop the fence and sidewalk.

Once opened a Christmas Village emerges from the center of the pop up card. A beautifully decorated Christmas Tree is at the center and is surrounded by wrapped Christmas presents. Beautifully detailed and reminiscent of collectible ceramic Christmas villages, this pop-up card is breathtaking.

One can almost imagine themselves strolling through the village, completing the last of the Christmas shopping, and preparing for the annual lighting of the Christmas tree.

Inspiration for the Christmas Village Pop-Up Card:
Kathie wrote another Christmas ditty outlining her experience designing this card. It is epic:

On the first iteration, this design gave to me, a single pop-up pine tree ♪ On the second iteration, this design gave to me, a gold star on top of the single pop-up pine tree ♪ On the third iteration, this design gave to me, one gray v-fold, that will turn into a village by the pine tree ♪ On the fourth iteration, this design gave to me, a more 3D tree, but it’s too tall, so I will change, the design of the pop-up pine tree ♪

On the fifth iteration, I felt some misery, the tree doesn’t work ♪ I messed up on the measurements, of the base slots in the trunk of the pop-up pine tree ♪ On the sixth iteration I finally get to see, all the sculptures now work, but some people, think the tree is too skinny, so I changed the design of the tree ♪

On the seventh iteration this design gave to me, houses and some lamps, cut out from the v-fold, behind the tree, now it looks more true to its name, a village by a single pop-up pine tree ♪ By the eighth iteration, some feedback came to me, the tree could be cooler, maybe with some cutouts, like the cherry blossom, but in real life so many cutouts made the tree look really weak so we went back to the previous tree ♪

On the ninth iteration, this design gave to me, a brand new cover, printed little houses, lamps and a fence, wider tree pieces, it’s coming along, still needs some tweaks, here and there, and some ornaments, on the single pop-up pine tree ♪ By the tenth iteration, more feedback came to me, the houses didn’t look, festive enough, can we add more things, so they look more like a Christmas village, in winter time, so I went and drew wreaths and more on the houses by the single pop-up pine tree ♪

On the eleventh iteration the design gave to me, ornaments and presents on and under the tree, with more trees cut out, behind the v-fold, which was starting to, get a little wobbly, we’re almost there, with some changes to colors and stuff, this card will soon be out of my hands and away from me ♪

The final iteration and after 12 prototypes I’ve seen, a big forest behind the festive village, decorated with wreathes lights and ribbons, there’s also now a snowman, for more festive fun, the tree’s ornaments are gold and shiny, presents underneath, fill up the space, now the card’s complete, here’s the Christmas Tree Village card by me ♪

Occasions for the Christmas Village Card:
This pop up is the quintessential Christmas card. Give one to your favorite Christmas Village collector or to anyone who truly exemplifies the holiday spirit. This is the card for that friend who begins counting down to Christmas in July.

Size:
This charming pop up card is 5 inches wide by 7 inches tall.

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‘Santa Space-Xmas Rocketship’ Pop-Up Christmas Card Ornament

'Santa Space-Xmas Rocketship' Pop-Up Christmas Card Ornament



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www.graphics3inc.com

More than a card – a gift, an ornament for the Christmas tree or desk top, a conversation piece! Just sign the gift tag and mail.

Hand made from elaborately designed paper, Graphics3’s extraordinary rubber band-activated Christmas Cards pop up into whimsical freestanding paper miniatures when removed from their envelopes to the delight of recipients and spectators alike. After coming to life in recipient’s hands, your incomparable hand crafted greetings go on display, decorating the Christmas tree, table or mantle; charming mementos of your best wishes that set you apart season after season.

You’ve read the news; Bezos, Musk, Branson, they’ve all got the space bug! Not to be outdone, Santa has thrown his bright red cap into the ring and built himself a Christmas holiday Rocketship! First launch was from right here in Jupiter! Peek through the portholes to see Santa & Rudolph at the controls. Zooming about the heavens Buck Rogers style is nothing new to Santa and Rudolph and tricky rooftop landings are their stock & trade.

Innovative GTG System (Gift Tag Guidance) keeps her flying level on any Christmas tree. Budding astronauts can stand her on her tail fins in blast-off mode from any desk top launch pad! The U.S. Postal Service gets her into near-earth orbit for the price of a First Class stamp! Beat that!

The matching gift tag reads “Merry Christmas”; ready for your signature – or we can add your imprint. Unmistakably hand made from colorfully printed and die cut paper, each rubber-band activated card pops up with no assembly.

Nose to tail this beauty is 7” long x 2 1/4″ wide x 3” deep when popped open. Just add your flight instructions to the envelope and mail!

• Rubber band-activated • No assembly required • Delivered in white 5 3⁄4″ x 7 5⁄8″ envelopes • Regular 1st Class Letter postage

Graphics3: America’s pop-up greeting card publisher since 1974.

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Handmade 3D Cardboard Pop-Up Ornaments

Handmade 3D Cardboard Pop-Up Ornaments



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Hello, my name is Peter Dahmen. I have created these 11 pop-up sculptures in the years between 1989 and 2011. Perhaps you know them already from some of my other YouTube videos. Today I used these sculptures to test some visual effects in iMovie. I ask for your understanding, that I don’t have tutorials for my artworks. My pop up sculptures are designed to be single, unique pieces. But If you are generally interested in tutorials for pop up cards, I invite you to visit my facebook fanpage. Here I published a list with many tutorials and some book recommendations:
© 2012 Copyright by www.peterdahmen.de
Music made with royalty free sound loops from Logic Pro