Pop Up Card Tutorial “Snake”

Pop Up Card Tutorial “Snake”


hello my name is Peter and designer and I love to create things from paper today I want to show you how you can create a pop-up card in the shape of a snake download the template printed on strong paper or light cardboard you don’t need to use white paper you can also use colored paper or colored cardboard crease all folding lines with an empty ball pen don’t forget to crease the folding line of the baking sheet decorations you can use the scalpel or a cutting knife to cut out the outlines you can use a pair of scissors you don’t need to cut out the decorations you can also paint them in your favorite colors you may also want to paint the back side of the paper if you want to cut out the decorations start with the smallest parts if you use a scalpel or a cutting knife you should always use a cutting mat so you don’t damage your table finally cut out the outline of the snake you can use a pair of scissors use a ruler and cutting knife to cut out the backing sheet don’t forget to use the cutting mat fold the backing sheet fold the parts of the snake for the assembling you can use a test of tape fluid glue or a glue stick apply glue to the biggest flap place it on the baking sheet and be sure to adjust it properly [Music] when the glue of the first flap is dry you can attach glue to the second flap close the card and press it firmly if you open the card again every piece should be at its right place apply glue to the small end of the tail [Music] close the cart and open it again you’re finished you don’t need to use only white papers you can decorate the outside of the card the inner pages you can use color you can do whatever you like now it’s your turn to be creative you can find every pattern from this video in a PDF file just click on the link in the video description here on YouTube if you like my videos please subscribe to my channel I wish you every success and much fun in all the best for 2013 the year of the snake you

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  1. my grandkids really love your work and making some of them with the kids is really great fun, the lights come on in their eyes when they see what they have done. Thank you for sharing your gift and making this a better world.

  2. Amazing! love it
    Any idea if there is gonna be a video about how to make our own desgins?
    i would love to try some ideas i got

  3. Thank you for being so generous to share your time, talent, art, and skills.You make such nice tutorials. I hope to get the chance to make one of your cards real soon.

  4. Hi Peter, thank you for your reply. I would like to discuss some business ideas with you. Would you please email me. You can email me by visiting my blog paperpulse dot blogspot dot com. There is a link on the left hand side which says; "Email Me" . I apologize for having to type my blog address in such a strange way. YouTube will not allow links to be typed in a post.

  5. Oh my gosh, your work is amazing. I love your videos. Thanks for doing these, can't wait to try things for myself. 😀

  6. You are an inspiration. Thinking of doing a Viking dragon, using your .pdf-file, It would be quite similar to the snake. Thanks once again!

  7. thank you to explain us how to do pop ups !! I would like to create a 3D book and it's easy to understand how it's working when I see that.

  8. I just "found" you. Wow, just wow. I am in awe of your talent and creativity.
    Is that a surgical scalpel? I wonder where I'd get one?

  9. Peter,I just want you to know that you are my role model into trying a new form of art,I'm terrible at painting and drawing and I think I might have found my strongest form

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