Radish Pop Up Box Card

April 13, 2017

I bought the new Lawn Fawn Scalloped Box Card Pop Up die a few weeks ago and haven’t really had time to play with it yet. L I finally got time today. I used my new favorite vegetable pun again also.


The front and side of the folded card


The back and side of the folded card


The card open


The open card from the side



Size:  Box Card – folds to an A2 size card

Extra Details:  I began this card with a lot of die cutting. I had two sheets of the Lawn Fawn’s blue polka dot paper in my stash, so I used those for the card base and inside braces. I used the matching stitched rectangle dies and white card stock to create all of the rectangles. Using the same dies, I cut some brown rectangles as well. I found that one of the Small Stitched Rectangle Stackable dies from Lawn Fawn fill the back of the box card up nicely and give plenty of room for a message. I cut one of those from white card stock also. I used some stitched hillside border dies to create hills from the brown rectangles. I also made three hills for the inside braces with the same brown card stock. I used a scrap of green polka dotted paper to cut a grassy border for one of the white rectangles.

Although, this is the first card I have made with the box card die, this is not the first time I have used it. I made a practice card when the die first arrived. That process made me realize that it is a lot easier to decorate all of the pieces before adhering anything together. So the next step was to sort everything out, so I knew what was going where.

Then I began the stamping. I stamped the birds, phone, radish, and some leafy tops on scraps of white card stock. I fussy cut all of the images out. I used a black marker to paint the edges of the birds and phone.

I stamped the leafy tops, clouds, bees, sentiments, butterflies, and flowers directly onto their white rectangles.  Next, I adhered the brown hills and grassy border to the white rectangles. I added the ants to the dirt. I adhered a bird and the phone to the front rectangle with the grassy border.

I adhered the two long box die cuts together. I adhered all of the white rectangles in their proper places.

Then, I began work on the inside braces of the box. I adhered a brown hill to each brace. I adhered the hills to low on each brace, so I cut a small piece of the side tabs off before adhering them. I added the leafy tops, a bird, and the radish to the hills. I adhered one tab of each brace to one side panel of the box. Then I fold the box up and adhered the tabs to the opposite side and adhered the final tab to create the box card.

This was a fun card to make but it does take some planning.

Challenges Entered:

                Lawn Fawnatics Challenge #2: Interactive Cards


Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge: Spring Color Inspiration

Simon Says: Spring Color Inspiration


Stamps Used: Lawn Fawn’s Bee Mine, Love Letters, Best Pun Ever, Chirpy Chirp Chirp, Clark’s ABCs, Happy Summer, and Rooting for You

Dies Used: Lawn Fawn’s Scalloped Box Card Pop Up, Grassy Border, Small Stitched Rectangle Stackables, Simple Stitched Hillside Borders

Paper: One of Lawn Fawn’s Let’s Polka Collections

Ink: Versa Fine

Memento Dew Drops Lady Bug, Rose Bud, Bahama Blue, Cottage Ivy, Dandelion, and Rich Cocoa

Simon Says Stamp’s Hybrid Ink in Key Lime


Hope you enjoyed the card

6 thoughts on “Radish Pop Up Box Card”

  1. This is such a fun pop-up card! I love the garden design and the cute pun! So glad you added this to our challenge at Lawn Fawnatics!

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