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Old 08-02-2008, 07:06 AM   #1  
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I'm searching for the pop-up cube card. It is a cube which you can mail flat and then when the person pulls out the card it pops out into a cube. Does anyone have a template of this cube?

It is a really neat idea and would love the template to make the cube.

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Do you have in mind one that SPRINGS open? (It uses a rubber band to spring it)....or one that opens into a cube when the card is fully open flat?

I have both (not online). Can send you whichever one you want.

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Carol, I noticed that you offered to send the template. I would love it. I have been looking for the box that folds flat, too.

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Here is an example of the rubber band one: http://www.popupmailers.co.uk/popup_cube.html
Click on the movie on the right hand side to see it in action.

Mark Hiner has instructions and a template in his book called "Up Pops". I was able to get it (interlibrary loan) from my library, and then bought it from Amazon.

And here is a regular pop up pulled open by the card sides:
http://firstclass.plainfield.k12.in....F.-1/howto.htm
Notice in this example that the top is unattached so it opens like a treasure chest. It can be glued to the corresponding side to make a closed box, too.

David Carter has a somewhat studier version on his site. It has a prop that pushes the top up from the inside, so the top doesn't collapse into the box.
It's here:
http://www.popupbooks.com/10dies/p2-...rallelCube.pdf
You really need his book (Elements of Pop Up) alongside to figure out how it's constructed, however. I'm going to write up directions for this box very soon, promise!

I have links to both these books on my site (in the righthand column under "Recommended Books") http://extremecards.blogspot.com

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I forgot there's also the kind of pop up box that sits diagonally on the card like this one
on Canon's site:
http://dyn.c-ij.com/english/greeting...hol&mid=c00012
You can download a pre-printed template at their site.
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Me too please, I am new and just loving this site. [email protected]
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Here's a site with instructions and a pattern for the cube that opens (rubber band activated) when you take it out of the envelope.

http://inkastamps.com/popbox.html

Yay, now I don't have to write the directions
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I just added pop up boxes to my tutorial series on my blog. These are the ones that are pulled open by the card, not a rubber band.

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There is a blog in the UK which has just posted a message saying that the automatic pop-ups will be available in 2009 - the site is called whitneywoods.co.uk/blog/ . I hope that this helps
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Cool beans. Lucky UK-ers!

I keep hoping Mark Hiner's book (Up Pops) will be reprinted by Tarquin. They are supposedly re-issuing Duncan Birmingham's book this month, but I'm still waiting.

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Thanks for the neat links.
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Carol~I just visited your blog!! WOW!! Such talent and great tuts. Thank you so much.
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Did I post this already? Maybe not here....

It's a variation of the diagonal box pop up. Not too hard. A little fiddly to drop in the illustrations, but you don't have to do that.

Tutorial is here:

http://extremecards.blogspot.com/200...-tutorial
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Did I post this already? Maybe not here....

It's a variation of the diagonal box pop up. Not too hard. A little fiddly to drop in the illustrations, but you don't have to do that.

Tutorial is here:

http://extremecards.blogspot.com/200...-tutorial.html
That is adorable. Looks really hard, but your step by step pictures make me want to at least try it!!!
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It's not, really it's not! Make a plain one first, just to get how the roof beam attaches, and to understand how it glues to the card.

Then do the decorated one. I know it looks involved, but I was trying to be very detailed about how to do it for people who aren't that familiar with their graphics software.
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Hi, i am looking for the template for the pop up box template, the one with the rubber band, it looks intriguiing! Can anyone help? Thanks
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Hi, i am looking for the template for the pop up box template, the one with the rubber band it is for my little brother's birthday as an invite can you help me i have the cricut maybe can use something on it thanks
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I will email you personally.
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I forgot there's also the kind of pop up box that sits diagonally on the card like this one
on Canon's site:
http://dyn.c-ij.com/english/greeting...hol&mid=c00012
You can download a pre-printed template at their site.
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I especially like the Hiroko designs. Did I say that already?
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Thanks everyone who posted links to their blog and everyone who posted links for the op up boxes, I have been wanting to try one of these.
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I emailed the owner of the Inka Stamps website to see if she might put her patterns up on her blog, now that the website has been taken down. We'll see!
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cpeep,
I would love to have the template for the rubber band pop-up box, if you could please send me a copy? They are really neat. I am surprised that I could not find a template on the internet -seems like there is a template out there for everything these days. Your blog is amazingly helpful! I am just starting to make a few pop-up cards and am getting so many ideas from your site. Thank you.
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Thumbs up Pop-Up (Rubber Band) Cube/Box Template

I have also been searching for a template for rubber band pop up style of design.
If you could email me something I would be most greatfull.
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Andrew, your email was returned undeliverable.
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Hi there! You do not need to use a rubber band to have a box pop-up when you open the card. For a quarter fold sized card, I draw a touching row of four two inch cubes then add a 1/2 inch x 2" rectangle to one end [which will glue it into a cube after you have scored and bent the paper], and two 1/2 inch x 2 inch tabs to the bottom side of the middle two [Squares 2 & 3} squares [which you will glue the square to the card with] You fold and glue the side tab and form a cube first, and then rotate the cube so that the two tabs for gluing to the card are evenly placed in the middle of the card and so that the fold lines of the cube are exactly on the mid-line of the card. Make sure it is in a square, then glue down the two tabs, and if it is positioned correctly, the box will fold shut when you close it, and reopen when you open it.

If you want the cube to be parallel to the top and bottom of the card, the two gluing tabs will be on sides one and three of the box, and you will have to score a mid-line fold in squares 2 and 4 so it will fold flat when closed. In this case, you go to the middle of the card on the mid-line, open the box into a cube, and glue the tabs making sure that they are exactly parallel to the mid-line fold of the care. The cube will then pop-up when you open the card.

The book: "The Pop-Up Book" by Paul Jackson illustrates many techniques for making pop-up cards + a gallery of cards made by his students using the plans laid out in the book.
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Here are some pictures to help visualize what insectlady is describing.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/dr2c/3002432377/

http://photos.magic-square-museum.co...-magic_07.html

These are also in the book, Elements of Pop Up by David Carter.

Patterns are on his website: http://www.popupbooks.com/
One box is here: http://www.popupbooks.com/10dies/p2-...rallelCube.pdf
The other here: http://www.popupbooks.com/10dies/p52...leFoldCube.pdf

For the full list, on the bottom of the lefthand column click on Make It.
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Thank you, cpeep, for putting up these links. I wasn't aware of these websites, as I have only been using Paul Jackson and Joan Irvine's and other pop-up books for inspiration. I have been making pop-ups since the mid-1990's, and really enjoy making them.
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These are a nice option to the stand alone style of pop-up... I think I will be making them in my sleep!
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I am a librarian, so I have searched high and low for good books on pop up cards. I have a list of my favorites on my blog--you have to scroll down and look on the right hand side. Authors mentioned often have additional titles. (I usually only list one per author.)

Some of my very favorites are not there as they are out of print and difficult or expensive to find. Like...Duncan Birmingham's, Pop Up! A manual of paper mechanisms. Which is a deceptively low-budget-looking book just jam packed with information. Tarquin, the publisher, was supposed to reprint it last fall but so far...nothing. And Mark Hiner's two books. And Masahiro Chatani.

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Hi there! I will have to check out your list of books. But, I just Googled Douglas Birmingham Pop-up! and found Dover Books has the following link to him which includes a preview of his book:
http://books.google.com/books?id=k1S...age&q=&f=false

You are probably familiar with this, but after seeing the cost of his used book at $79.00, this seemed like a possible alternative.

Thank you for the information!
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Yes, there is that book of his still available. It is discussion of several pop up mechanisms with pages you can cut out and make up. There's nothing wrong with it, but it's MUCH less comprehensive.

I was able to borrow the other one via inter-library loan. The only copy in the entire state is in a prison library!
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I went to your blog and have bookmarked it so I can look at it in more detail. I am impressed by your photos, directions and your books. I can see why you want to get the original book- and how interesting that the only one is located in a prison. I worked in a prison, and scissors and/or any potential weapons are considered contraband and forbidden for inmates to have. But, so many inmates are so smart, that this craft would be a good diversion for them- and get their brains focused on a socially acceptable subject/project!
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Carol, I noticed that you offered to send the pop up template. I would really appreciate it. I have been looking for the box that folds flat also,many thanks!
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Hello all, I would love to have the pop up box template too, the one with the elastic band. Would anyone be willing to share?
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Go back to post #2, Diane, and she will share it with you! Click on cpeep's name on the left hand size and than click on Send a private message and than that will send Carol a private e-mail, hth!
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