Home Silhouette Hexagon Pop Up Card Easter Bunny Tutorial – Lori Whitlock

Hexagon Pop Up Card Easter Bunny Tutorial – Lori Whitlock


Hello pals. Time for Tutorial Thursday. At present I’m sharing a tutorial for the Hexagon Pop up Card Easter Bunny (SVGSilhouette).

Let’s get began by chopping out all of the items.

These items are for the bottom of the cardboard.

Adhere the panels to the lengthy piece.

Adhere the 2 eggs to this piece labeled 1.

These are all of the items for the quantity 2 piece.

Layer and cling all these items onto this bunny layer.  Discover that you’ll layer the egg first, then the arms, then the toes items.

Adhere the eggs to piece 3.  You’ll discover later that the center egg is generally hidden.  So hold that in thoughts in selecting the colours for these three eggs.

Listed below are the three items all ready for the cardboard.

Let’s work on the bottom now.  My paper is double-sided with two colours.  I would like the blueish shade to finish up on the surface.  Fold this piece in half and cling the center part.  I’m adhering the blue sides collectively. Fold all of the creases towards the pink aspect.

Now take piece 2 and slide it into the center slot of the bottom. From the underside, adhere the again of piece 2 to the center of the bottom.

Now insert Piece 1 into the entrance slot of the bottom.  Now you can see that Piece 2 is flat towards the center of the bottom. Adhere the tab of Piece 1 to the underside of the bottom.

With each Piece 1 and Piece 2 in place, we’re prepared to stick this aspect of the bottom. Adhere the glue tab to the entrance flap of the bottom.

Slide Piece 3 into the again slot of the bottom behind the bunny. Adhere the piece 3 glue tab onto the bottom. And cling the glue tab to the again flap of the bottom.

From this view, you possibly can see how the items slide into the bottom and the glue tabs on the backside of the bottom.

We’ve our bunny layered half prepared.  Adhere the glue tab on the Comfortable Easter piece.

Slide the Comfortable Easter piece onto the bunny half. Discover the little tabs on the bunny piece will slide into the slits of the Comfortable Easter piece.

Now flatten the bunny card half, by gently pushing the bunny half down.  Place adhesive on the entrance rectangle a part of the bottom.  Slide the Comfortable Easter half onto the adhesive, and line it up, and cling.

Flip the cardboard over and place adhesive on the again rectangle as effectively. This one is just a little trickier to get. Ensure you don’t get any adhesive on the underside of the bottom. Press and cling.

Right here it’s all assembled.

That is what it seems to be like when it’s flat.

There are a lot of playing cards on this hexagon fashion. Take a look at these different hexagon Easter playing cards within the store.

Thanks for stopping by!



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