Extreme Cards and Papercrafting: Roller Coaster Pop Up Card

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Nov 12, 2009

Roller Coaster Pop Up Card

I'm hibernating right now, working on Christmas cards. I did make another card this week, however.

roller coaster pop up card

I created the ticket in good old CorelDraw.

roller coaster pop up card

The pattern for the origamic architecture roller coaster is from Hilltop Studios.

Inside it's going to say, "Thanks for a wild ride!"

roller coaster pop up card

I changed it a little to add two more people to the coaster car. Ooo, a few whiskers of paper left in the corners.

roller coaster pop up card

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Molly said...

You're amazing, Carol! How do you find the time to churn out one after another wonderful pieces?

Thanks for the inspiration!


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Crayola58 said...

I am always always in awe of the wonders you create. this is stunning...

Whimcees said...


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helen said...

Amazing! How long does it take you to create a card?

cpeep said...

Seriously, it takes hours. This one was a little quicker because I had a template. HOWEVER, I redrew the whole thing so I could cut it with the CraftRobo. That took, oh, maybe an hour or so. Then about half an hour to coax all the little steps forward and to glue it up.

I spend a LOT of time playing with paper.

Mima said...

TFS, Mima

Karma said...

Carol, I love everything you do! I just wanted to thank you for sharing all your Xmas cards on the other post...it was so cool to see how your art evolved, and watching your kids grow up! I had to laugh when I saw the Shop N Bag (although I thought it was Shopping Bag!) bill - I remember the one where my SIL lived - best cakes EVER. I knew you had to be from PA when I saw that, AND the Herr's chips on the grocery recpt! My DH is from Upper Darby, his sis from Aston. We went to the Herr's factory one year to see their Xmas decorations...beautiful! Can't wait to see what 2009 holds on your blog! :)

Andrea said...

This is adorable! I've been looking for paper-craft blogs that interest me. You do beautiful work!
Feel free to check out my blog
---> http://abookofloveproject.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Hiya! I love this roller coaster card! Can you possibly post a template for it! Would love to create one for our nephew's birthday in September. cheers and best regards x

cpeep said...

Anonymous, Sorry, it's not my design. You can get the pattern here: http://www.popupcards.com/patterns.html


Anonymous said...

Ta very much Carol. Appreciate the help with the pattern. cheers and blessings to you and yours x