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Witch way to the candy?!

August 29, 2022

Yeah, I’m already itching a bit, could that be because of the mini-mini monsters or because Halloween is approaching?? Esther has again designed something beautiful, a die set for the Pocket Pages, Pocket Pages Fillers is the name of the set, so cool and handy! With that I made this page for my Halloween album this year. I’m also trying to make it a Day by Day for October, simply because I love Halloween, so much to live up to. Even though the kids are grown up, I still like to decorate the house. Not as extensive as when the children were small, but pumpkins, my witches, the broom and mini horror houses. I love it this time of year! Finally we slowly go to autumn, everything dies down a bit to bloom again next spring. The real horror is not for me but a little itch is allowed.

It looks like an ordinary page in my planner, but nothing could be further from the truth.

When you open the page, a lot of monsters appear that have found a tree full of candies. They lustily snack on it, until it even makes them a little nauseous.

It has become a Pop Up page.

So cozy that Pop-Up in your planner!

This decoration is stuck on the case with double-sided tape. Below is a description of how to create a Pop-Up in the Planner Page Fillers.

Take a strip of design paper of 11 x 22cm and fold it in half to form a card of 11 x 11cm.

Place it with the score line against the cut edge of your chosen die. I used the largest square from the Planner Page Fillers set 1974 from E.C.D. Secure the die with a piece of washi tape and run it through your machine.

You now have a card of 11 x 11cm with a beautiful border!

Place the chosen die from Joset’s General POP-UP set 1389 AGAINST the scoreline of your card.

Just to be safe, I secure the die with Washi tape. Then unfold the card and run through your machine again.

Now you have a nice POP-UP card but it doesn’t fit in your Pocket Page yet.

To do this, cut the bottom edges off the card. Slide the card into your Pocket Page

Fold the Pop-Up together as it will be and secure the cut edges to the Pocket Page with washi tape.

Now the fun starts!!! Dressing up your Pop-Up.

So get started quickly!

I hope you like this Pop-Up idea in de Pocket Pages and that you get inspired to make your own.

I really love the Pop-Ups!

Have fun with it!

See you next time,


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Monsters at Christmas

August 26, 2022

Karen here. I absolutely love the Monster Party dies designed by Joset. I am showcasing a holiday card made with the monsters and the pop-up dies.

On the front of the card, I created a mixed monster. Most of it is from the Monster 3 set, but I added an extra set of eyes from the Monster 2. I cut darker blue parts from a dark blue and edged it with Vintage Photo Distress Ink. The feet and arms were cut with 90 lbs Soft Finish Cardstock and then I daubered them with both Salty Ocean and Vintage Photo distress inks. On the eyes and teeth, I added 101mm Double Sided Adhesive to make them easy to apply. The hat is from the Gnomes dies. On the front, I also used Fitted and Stitched Circle dies.

On the inside, I added a Garbage Can die cut (that I cut a bit shorter to fit) with a Monster 1 coming out of the top. On both of my monsters, I modified the teeth to be less teeth by cutting them before putting them in. Of all the fun elements of these monsters, I love that you can really get creative with them to create all sorts of options. The tree is from the Sleigh dies, and this monster has a hat from the Winter Accessories set. The sentiment is from the Cute Winter Sentiments and is cut with a Stitched Rounded Rectangle. I also used the new General Pop Ups to create dimension.

How fun are these pop-ups!?! That’s all for today. Thank you for stopping by!

Craftily yours, Karen

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Other supplies

Patterned and solid cardstock, inks

Joset Designs Planner Essentials Pop it Ups Soft Finish Cardstock Uncategorized

Christmas in the forest

August 11, 2022

Hii everyone, it is my turn to share a card with you today. In the Netherlands it is pretty warm so I made a Christmas card. I’m using some older dies, some new planner dies and everything in between hihi.

So it is a pop-up card in Christmas theme. I started with a piece of brown paper 21 cm x 30,5 cm. I made a crease at the 15,25 cm. Exactly the middle. In the Middle I used the 2 cm pop-up dies.

I did the same thing but then with a smaller pop-up dies. I did this at both sides 3,5 cm from the outside. I also trimmed from light brown paper a piece who fits perfectly at the bottom.

Now it’s time to start build the card and making some fun elements. So I started with the mushroom. This is a dies from Joset’s Storybook Collection. I used almost all the dies only the grass and the flowers not this time. But I did used the lights from the newest planner release from Esther, Planner Essentials 53. I die-cut it twice, one in brown, one in Soft Finish Cardstock so I can build up the lights. I also used the Winter Greens from the Florals the give the Mushroom a Christmas look.

The back from the Mushroom is adhere at pop-up in the middle. The next step is adhere the trees at the back, not the pop-up. The trees are from the Mason Jar kit, beautiful trees. I adhere them in different hights, so it gives more dimension.

Then I adhere some lighter trees at the darker trees.

And at least some trees at the pop-up.

Later I will add someting between the trees but for now I will make the gnomes from Joset’s dies. These gnomes are great because you can make different gnomes. I made a small boy with a mushroom and tree. I added the tree later so you can’t see it on this picture. I also used the star from Planner Essentials 53.

And the girl gnome with some holly at here dress. This is a dies from the snowglobe from Joset’s dies.

Then I was thinking how can I fill the rest? Well I adhere some stones at path. These stones are from the sea collection.

And what I also did is making to fishtails at both sides with 2 different sentiments. Both sentiments are from the Joyful Wishes stamp.

So that was my blogpost for today. I know I used a lot of dies but go through your dies and see what you have. You can also used some other dies for the path.

So thankyou for visiting! See you soon.

Kind regards Lisanne Geerdink

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Other used supplies:

  • Distress Ink: Tea Dye, Pumice Stone, Rusty Hinge, Walnut Stain (edges), Ground Espresso, Fossilized Amber, Mustard Seed, Vintage Photo, Forest Moss, Fired Brick, Carved Pumpkin, Brushed Corduroy, Hickory Smoke, Dried Marigold, Anitque Linen, Tattered Rose, Black Soot
  • Verasfine Clair Ink Pinecone
  • Pion Design Paper
  • Micron pen
Joset Designs Planner Essentials Pop it Ups Scrapbooking Stamping Videos

Pop-Up Monster Mini Album

July 11, 2022
Hello, Annette Green here with a fun tutorial on how to make your own Halloween album with pop-ups, a Planner Essentials page die (#35) and of course the new release of Monster dies and stamps from Joset. I’ve got a video below taking you through all the assembly steps so I hope you have a moment to check it out.
Using the General Pop-Ups set (all links below) makes this a super easy and very impressive way to create interaction in this mini album. I’ve used Graphic 45 “Charmed” Patterns & Solids papers, but you can use whatever you have to recreate this.
Throughout the album, I’ve used lots of pieces from the new Party Time dies to create easy and fun embellishment on the pages.
The Monster Hugs stamp set is perfect with these cute monsters. I used one of the double pop-up dies here; one for the monster and one for the stamped expression.
Some of the photo mats, like the one shown here, are from the Stitched Indented Squares set. While some of the pop-up flaps open bottom to top, others open right to left like a card. You’ll have to watch the video to see who is behind this one!
I had the best time making these cute monsters. It’s really hard to stop! I hope you take a moment now to watch the video tutorial to see for yourself how easy this is to make. I hope you give it a try. Thanks for popping in today.
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How To Create This Zebra Pop-Up Card

February 16, 2019

Hello everyone,

It’s Joset here today sharing this super cute Zebra Pop-Up card. I really love the General Pop-Up dies, they are so fun and versatile! You can really turn almost any die into a pop-up. Today I decided to use this cute little zebra and make a “Love you just the way you are” card. Make sure to check out this video HERE that I created a while ago showing the General Pop-Up die set.


  1. Cut a piece of White Soft Finish Cardstock 90LB measuring 8 1/2″ x 11″ and score at 5 1/2″. Make sure the textured side is on the inside of the card.
  2. From the Adventure Edges 1 or 2 die set, use the cloudy looking edge to die cut a stencil. I used a piece of leftover backing from the ECD Clear Double Sided Adhesive Sheets.
  3. Create a cloudy background on the inside of the card (top part) using Tumbled Glass Distress Ink and a round Mini Ink Blending tool. For more info on how to create the background, click on this VIDEO.


4. Cut another stencil using the grass edge die from the Tree die set (or use the grass edge die from the Adventure Edges 1). Using the same technique as above, create a grass background on the bottom part of the card using Twisted Citron and Mowed Lawn Distress Inks. Start from the top with Twisted Citron and work your way down. I used Mowed Lawn at the bottom 3 rows of grass.


5. Using the bottom left pop up die from the picture below, die cut a pop up in the middle of your score line. For more info, check out the video HERE.




6. Cut a piece of White Soft Finish Cardstock 90LB measuring 9 1/4″ x 12″ and score at 6″. This card will be used to cover the whole of the pop up. Adhere your pop-up card on the inside. See picture below.


Now it’s time to decorate your pop up!

7. Cut a grass boarder from White Soft Finish Cardstock. Color with Twisted Citron and Mowed Lawn Distress Ink. Adhere the grass boarder to the bottom of your card.

8. Create your zebra and adhere to the pop-up. For more info on how to create the zebra, watch this video HERE.

9. Cut a heart from white cardstock using the second smallest heart die from the Fitted Hearts set. Stamp sentiment with black ink. Color heart with Festive Berries Distress Ink. Adhere to card as shown.


  • Decorate the outside of the card.
  • Die cut a rectangle from white cardstock using one of the Fitted Rectangle dies. Adhere on the grass part of the card to write a note.


I hope you enjoyed creating this card as much as I did.

Happy crafting!


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Pop it Ups Wednesday with Sandy – Happy Birthday to You

June 7, 2017

It’s Sandy here with a Pop it Ups card celebrating my Dad’s 93rd birthday. I’m so fortunate to have both of my parents with me.  They are in their 90’s and living independently near me.  I have many birthdays on my May calendar but none more important than my Dad’s.  I made this card for him and I’m sure he will get a little chuckle out of it.


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Pop it Ups Wednesday With Raquel – Masculine Card

May 24, 2017
Pop It Ups Wednesday With Raquel - Masculine Card

Hello my crafty friends! It’s Raquel Mason here today with a masculine card to share with you.  In general, I think many of us would agree that it’s trickier to create a masculine card than a feminine card.  My Dad loves chocolate so I thought the Cake Pop Up would make a perfect card for him.

I would like to show you how I made this easy Father’s Day card – or for added versatility, simply change the sentiment to suit your needs.  Let’s get started!

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