Here is the front of the Christmas card with a selection of dubious gifts.
The border of presents is part of an Echo Park set called Happy Holidays.
The individual gift items were custom drawn for me by Erin Lux.
Here is the inside paper pop up house with one child leaving and one returning.
It IS more blessed to give than to receive.
And the back, with the greeting.
The letter was printed on this paper.
The construction process
Cut out pieces, print envelopes and letters. Print base card, trim and fold.
(If you would like to make a pop up house card similar to this one, see this gingerbread house post.)
Glue house together.
Glue roof to strut.
Add kid flaps.
Use placement triangle to position the flattened house.
Glue one side, close the card, flip over, open the card, glue the other side.
Open the card to make sure it works.
Stuff the envelope and mail! Now do this 90 times.
Then make 35 of the OTHER card.
Extreme Cards and Papercrafting: pop up cards, movable and mechanical cards, digital crafts and unusual papercrafts.