[The North Pole Times]
[1995]
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Thursday October 29, 2020    

Christmas Pop Up Cards

[Christmas Pop Up Cards]
These DIY Christmas Pop Up Cards are fun and simple to make. Choose from a variety of elves and characters direct from the North Pole to make a unique gift that is loads of fun to share with friends and family.

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SUPPLIES NEEDED:
[Christmas Pop Up Cards]
- Printed Christmas Pop-up Card Template (North Pole Times Characters)
- A4 Cardstock
- Plain Bond Paper
- Scissors
- Glue
- Coloring Materials (Crayons or Markers)
Directions to make Christmas Pop Up Cards:
1. Print and cut out the characters from the template.

[Christmas Pop Up Cards]
2. Fold your A4 cardstock in half.

[Christmas Pop Up Cards]
3. Decorate the front part of the card using any coloring materials and some characters from the template.

[Christmas Pop Up Cards]
4. Get your plain bond paper and fold it in half.

[Christmas Pop Up Cards]
5. Make multiple cuts in the folded area of your paper. The number of cuts will depend on how many characters you want to pop-up.

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6. Push the tabs out.

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7. Glue the paper onto the cardstock. Make sure to not apply glue on the tabs.

[Christmas Pop Up Cards]
8. Decorate the inside part of your card with coloring materials.

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9. Glue the cutout characters on each tab. Make sure to not apply glue on the top part of the tab or your characters will not pop-up properly.

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10. Write your holiday greetings on the space below.

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11. Make more Christmas pop-up cards using other North Pole Times characters and give them to your family and loved ones!

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