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Sunday Scoring Delightful Daisy Corner Pop Down Card

   Well I have to admit to not knowing what this card fold is called, I am sure I have seen one somewhere but haven’t got it on my Pinterest Board, so if anyone knows its proper name or have a link to a creator, I would be happy to credit.  I have called it my corner pop down as does just that!  I think I might attach a small magnet or even a penny on the underside to help it lie flat once open, although I quite like the tilt…or maybe that’s just my lack of balance!

Anyway the measurements are easy on this one

20 x 20 cm (8 x 8 inches)

Score on two sides at 10 cm (4 inches) and cut from the bottom up to the middle

With the cut at the bottom score diagonally from the centre to the bottom right corner

Attach a panel of DSP 9.5 x 9.5 (3 3/4 x 3 3/4) to the front and die cut a circle

Use two circle dies to create a frame for the aperture

Whisper White for the back 9.5 x 9.5 (3 3/4 x 3 3/4) and the same size of DSP for the base

I stamped and die cut three daisies to make my Gerberas and offset them when layering up.  Finishing with the faceted gems in the centre (or flies eyes!)


following a question…. it is worth saying that I use a large BigShot which takes the 8 inch width, however if you are using a standard Big Shot there is a way around this…

Gut the front section of the card leaving a 1.5 cm border

Cut two pieces of DSP 9.5 x 9.5 and put them back to back and die cut the circle aperture

These can then be layered over the gutted section one on the front and one on the reverse and the two layers of DSP will give sufficient stability for the frame

Crafty hugs


Heidi x

12 thoughts on “Sunday Scoring Delightful Daisy Corner Pop Down Card

    1. It was the faceted effect that reminded me of flies eyes…can’t get it out of my head now….I also keep calling the collection Colour Therapy instead of Colour Theory!!!!

  1. How did you run it through the Big Shot for the circles – the 8×8 is too wide to go through!

  2. Very clever and pretty and different card. Another lady is doing it, but she does it in German. Thanks for taking the time and effort to show us how to do this very different card with many uses.

    1. Yes, she actually copied it from me without permission or reference to me 🙁

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