Awesome At Any Age – Photo Collage Pop-up Card

Awesome At Any Age – Photo Collage Pop-up Card

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It seems like only yesterday…

My triplets turned 21 today.  Happy Birthday, Kelly, Kevin, and Keith!  These fun (A2 sized) cards were made with the Karen Burniston “Photo Collage Pop-up” die set and a bunch of (mini) photos of Kelly, Kevin, and Keith when they were younger.

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This is what the front of the cards looked like.  Kelly’s is on the left, and the boys’ is on the right.

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Here are the insides of each of the cards:

Keith…

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Kelly (again)…

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and Kevin…

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The card fronts were made with digital paper from MelanieBrittDigitals that I purchased on Etsy.  The “21” was created with the harrington font and cut with my Silhouette.  The greeting is from the “Itty Bitty Birthdays” stamp set from Stampin’ Up and was stamped with Gina K Designs Peach Bellini or Ocean Mist mixed with Soft Stone ink.  The small happy birthday stamp on the inside is from “Newton’s Birthday Bash” by Newton’s Nook Designs.  I ordered the photos (as 4×4 collage sheets) from Walgreens.

HERE is Karen’s video tutorial on how to create the pop-up photo collage.

Thanks for checking out my card project!

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5 thoughts on “Awesome At Any Age – Photo Collage Pop-up Card

  1. WOW! That is such a special set of cards! I don’t know if I realized you had triplets! Hope they have a wonderful birthday and I am sure they will be impressed with this card and all the lovely memories in the photos.

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