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Apr 19, 2011

Angry Birds Pop Up Card Tutorial

angry bird pop up card

Download PDF and use as a pattern to cut out pieces. Score and crease all pieces as indicated by green lines.

angry birds pop up card

Glue whites to black eye background.

Pop each beak half of the red piece forward by pushing with your finger from the back and creasing on the score lines. Review how to make a v fold if you don't know how to do this.

Line up and glue yellow beak parts to the red beaks.

Glue beige chest piece under beak.

Glue eyes to red piece, matching center folds, above the diagonal crease lines of the beak.

Glue red piece to large black piece, lining up center creases.

angry birds pop up card

Position tail piece sticking out on the left hand side of the bird and glue.

Make a base card. I used an 8.5" x 6.5" piece of light blue card stock, folded in half. Referring to finished card, cut dark blue stripes and glue on. Cut grass pieces freehand and glue on as desired.

angry birds pop up card

Glue bird into card, lining up center folds.

angry bird pop up card

This one was send in by Shafiya.




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28 comments:

Karli said...

This will be so fun to make for my son :) Thanks so much for sharing!

Karen McPherson said...

As I look at the bird I see an Easter chick in the making. I think I may find time to play with your file. Thanks! I'll come back if I get it to work.

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Carol said...

There's a chick here...
http://www.marzycards.com/2011/03/pop-up-chick-spring-easter.html

kim said...

I LOVE angry birds!!! I think I will have to make this one for myself, thank you!!

1CardCreator said...

Thanks Carole, my son will love this!

BCG said...

LOVE THIS!!!!!!!

Heidi said...

Thank you so much for sharing this! My son wanted a poster created from it and loves it. Thank you!

Totò said...

Hi, wonderful blog!

cal8007 said...

Thank you for the tutorial!

Hugs!

Carmen L

Scrappycath said...

Carol - I love your creations. Thanks you so much for sharing them. I wanted to let you know I just posted a card I made with one of your cake files. I'm really pleased with how it turned out. I hope you enjoy it too!

Scrappycath said...

Oops - here is my blog post url: http://scrappycath.blogspot.com/2011/05/got-cake.html

Janel said...

I love Angry Birds! I was so excited to print it out when I noticed it is printing the watermark. Is there a way to get this off or am I missing something? Thanks so much for posting this, I can't wait to make the card!

Carol said...

Janel, I intended it to be used as a pattern to cut from your own paper, not as a print and cut :). I only colored them in so you'd know what color paper to choose.

Carol

Janel said...

Thanks for responding so quickly Carol! Silly me, I didn't even think of doing that. I ended up creating a cutting file on SCAL, a lot of tweaking, but it looks so awesome! My friend is just going to love it. Thanks so much for putting together the card!

Debbie M said...

Hi Carol - Love this idea!!! We have a friend who loves that game! One day I will have to make him this card. Thanks for sharing :)

Rochelle said...

What a great idea! I made this for my husband for his birthday. He loves the game so I know he'll love this. Thanks for the tutorial and pdf :)

Crickitt said...

Thanks so much for the tutorial! I just made several of these for my son's birthday invites.

Happy Days said...

Brilliant. Thanks so much for sharing. x

Ashley said...

Hey, I really like this card thank you so much for posting it. I was thinking it would be even more awesome if you put a recording module inside the beak, and have it play the angry bird noise when you open the card. Or use a blank recordable greeting card and strategically place the beak over the little holes where the sound would come out. Love this card!

Judy said...

Fabulous card! Thank you for being so generous with sharing your creation, tutorial and PDF. Very much appreciated. Going to make this up for my grandsons. I know they will love it!

eunice said...

Can't thank you enough for always taking the time to do tutorials for us and generously sharing your files. Made this for my son in law and he loved it. Thank you so much!

I love Allah said...

I did this card for my bro. I like to show it to you. hw can i post it to ur blog?

Carol said...

You can email it to me at legi_librum [at] msn [dot] com or post it on the Extreme Cards facebook page.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Extreme-Cards-and-Papercrafting/227016740672296?ref=hl

I love Allah said...

I dont hv a fb account so i ll email it to u. I m Following all ur Tutorials now i m in Lesson 13. I hv completed other tutorials from 1 to 12. Its very clear and i understood it very well. I can find the pop up card tutorials in ur blog but where is movable and mechanical cards, digital crafts and unusual papercrafts tutorials.

Carol said...

The movable (mechanical) cards, digital crafts and other papercrafts are in the regular blog posts. If you are on the computer (not mobile) version of the blog there is a "quick finder" in the right column. You can find mechanical cards and digital projects listed there.

There is also a list of projects by subject that you can browse. Click on the tab at the top of the page to see that index.

I love Allah said...

Ya I got it. Thanks for sharing. i MAILED u my angry bird card's pic.

I love Allah said...

1st let me finish the Basic lessons of pop up cards. Then i ll continue to bigger cards....

ILove Allah said...

Hmm I see that u hv posted the card pic that I send u....