My son has a birthday party to go to today, so I made this festive money pop up card for the occasion. The boy is having tacos as the main treat. So, it goes along well with the theme. I have free printables available at jamiejayart.com. Feel free to use them if interested. Here is the video tutorial for this origami greeting card project.
Not only do I love the way pom poms look, I love making them! Besides that, I’m actually starting to chip away at the dress material that I’ve been trying to use up. Well, a little. When I put the dress on, it still looks like a normal dress. This dress is huge! Let’s see what I’ve made so far from this torn dress:
I started with some smaller projects. Now I’ve started moving into some larger projects such as the tulle pom poms. Eventually I’ll make a tutu since I think of tulle when I think of tutus. Everyone needs a tutu! Here is my weekly video. It shows how to easily make a tulle pom pom.
Throwing money into a card isn’t very special. So, I twiddled around with some bills and came up with a way to make a pop-up money rose for inside of a greeting card without damaging the currency at all. My goal was to use simple folds. I wanted anyone to be able to make this project – not just origami experts. Here is the link to watch my YouTube tutorial: “How to Create a Pop-Up Money Rose“.