March 7 , 2014 : With the JOBS report coming out at 8:30 EST , This triangle (Captured mid day on March 6) is running out of room and will likely make a large move one way or the other.
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How to Make Pop up Cards
Do you like to make your own cards? Today I’m sharing how to make pop-up cards with kids. These are easy, fun, and once kids get the hang of it it’s hard to stop making them.
Every now and then I’ll find myself in Target’s card aisle, lured in by my wide-eyed kids who https://www.favorpop.com ogle at the colorful greeting ideas. I love it too, but we’re rarely suckered in when it’s so easy, fun, and frankly more meaningful to make our own cards.
I know, making your own cards can takes heap-loaps of time, and the truth is that we don’t always have it. On the other hand, creative projects like this have some big benefits: they give my kids something constructive pop up card to work on and offer them lots of time to think about the recipient of their card (building lots of gratitude and love along the way).
My five-year old was getting ready for a couple of birthday parties, and she worked diligently on these pop-up cards. They can be as complicated or simple as you like. Since making these birthday pop up card, this has become her favorite card-making method, and most recently she made a princess card with a pop-up crown for a friend’s dress-up party.
- Card Stock or other heavy-weight paper
- Colorful construction paper
- White Glue