Instant Camera Pop Up Card Tutorial



Black Cardstock:

~ 1 piece of black cardstock cut to  4 1/2” x 8".  Score at 2", 3", and  5 1/4" 

~1 black circle at 1 3/4" , 1/2" and 5/8" 

~ 1 piece cut to 1" for the bar 

White Cardstock: 

~ 1 piece of white cardstock cut to 4"x 5 1/4".  Scored at  2 3/4" and 5"

Red Cardstock

~ 1 piece cut for a 1/2" circle

~ 1 pice cut to 1/4" x 3 1/4" for stripe

Other colors

~1 piece of yellow cut to 1/4" x 3 1/4" for stripe

~1 piece of blue cut to 1/4" x 3 1/4" for stripe

~ 1 piece of silver or grey cardstock  cut to 1" x 3/4" for the flash

~1 piece of silver or grey cardstock  for 2” circle

Supplies used: 

Neenah Creative Collection cardstock

Oh Snap! stamp set

Versafine Clair inks

Silhouette Silver Scratch Off paper-silver

Fiskars Stamp Block Set

EK Tools Scoreboard

Embossing Stylus Tool

Art Glitter Glue

Cricut Trimmer

Bone Folder

Please remember to head on over to our facebook group, Maymay Made It and So Did I: a place to share your Maymay inspired projects, and post your version of this fabulous project. You can also showcase your creation on the Customer Gallery to show us what you are making with the products you have purchased from our store.




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Denise Martinson

Denise Martinson

Wow! Maymay did it again. This is truly remarkable and thank you for this. I watched the video and it looks easy. I plan to make it. Go MayMay!!!


Cathy Watts

Cathy Watts

Hi Maymay, I was soooo thrilled you did a Polaroid pop up card video. I was so over whelmed with all the responses. This was the first time I had ever posted anything like this on Facebook. I do love your take on it too. Especially the scratches photo, I have had the scratchie papers for a long time but had no projects to use them on, thanks for the idea. Hope all your members enjoy making the cards and I would love to see them. Cheers cathy

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