August 18, 2009

World of Pop-Ups

Free Smiley Courtesy of www.millan.netI won this weeks challenge! Maggie at the Cuttlebug Challenge will post instructions on Monday for the Paris pop up if anyone is interested.

Hi Cuttlebuggers,
Thought I would show you something different this week.
Cuttlebug Challenge Be Inspired #44 - Create a scene. Paris Pop up.
Just wanted to share what I've been working on. I love the world of pop-ups and was able to design this on my pazzles machine.
The template came from an Origamic architecture book. I photocopied the picture and traced it with my software. If you would like the window and Paris Scene template, download Here.

With light behind at night.
From: Willem's Origamic Architecture Hospital

From:  Papyromania

This pop up came from Papyromania. I just love it. Still needs a little tweaking.

The cat and empire came from:   Willem's Origamic Architecture
This came from Marivi Designs, she has some awesome pop-ups and some free templates with instructions.
If you would like this template you can download it here.


Kinglake said...

omg these are amazing! xx jo xx

Terrie B x said...

These are all `Fabulous`.
Thanks for joining in with the Cuttlebug Challenge this week:)x

Cindy said...

Very cool, Denise!!
Glad to see you join us with Be Inspired!


SMK said...

wow these are amazing! so cool! I'm really gonna have to try one :D congrats on the Cuttlebug win!!! You so deserve it :D

Linda said...

You are amazing! I am blown away by your work! Congrats on the Cuttlebug Challenge Be Inspired #44 win! You definitely deserve it!!! Aloha, Linda

BettyBee said...

Fantastic pop up designs! Congratulations on winning the Make A Scene Challenge with Cuttlebug Challenge!

Beth said...

OMG Denise this are awesome I love the one with the light behind true works of art
Thanks for joining us at CBC

DeeDee said...

wow how very inspiring and thanks so much for sharing with us...

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Denise said...

Thanks everyone for your kind comments.

cpeep said...

I was just thinking about making a cut file for that Paris window pattern the other day, isn't that funny? I decided to make a lattice window pattern instead, just for fun. Ha. Fun.

Haven't put it up yet. I think it's scheduled to publish this week sometimes.

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