Catherine’s Awesome Halloween Peekaboo Pop-Up Card

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Catherine created an awesome Halloween card using the Peekaboo Pop-Up interactive die set. She added a fun and totally clever twist too! For this Peekaboo Pop-Up she didn’t cut the top piece down, instead she cut out the Window Frame. Check out the Intro to Peekaboo Pop-Up to learn more about this interactive die set. Click HERE.

Then she stenciled the pattern with Brick Stencil. She cut the Window Frame from Light Brown Woodgrain cardstock, attaching it over the window opening. And then she decorated the window with tendrils from Pumpkin House, the Spooky Fence Border and pumpkins from Happy Harvest!

Next, she created the yellow caution tape from Watercolor Wishes paper. She cut the ends using a Zig Zag Rectangle Stackables die. Then she stamped it with Harold’s ABCs and Plan on It: Holidays.

When the Peekaboo Pop-Up is opened, two Booyah ghosts pop into the window to join the Fangtastic Friends bats! Catherine doubled up the mechanism to have two images pop-up! That is so clever!

Thanks for sharing this amazing and totally Awesome Autumn inspiration, Catherine!

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We hope you are enjoying Awesome Autumn crafting no matter what the weather is like where you are!

7 thoughts on “Catherine’s Awesome Halloween Peekaboo Pop-Up Card

  1. Wow, Catherine! SUPERB card!! And that caution tape!?! I thought that was washi for sure – NOPE! You fooled me! Great job on this amazing project.
    Lori S in PA

  2. This was so brilliant I came over to the blog from instagram which I almost never do. Wish there was a video because I’m still having trouble picturing how the peekaboo was done. I can just see Santa and elves and hearts and Easter eggs and bunnies….. popping into a window. It’s beautifully colored and layer out as well. Bravo!

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