Celebrating the return of the Great British Bake off with a 3D Oven Pop Up card!
2020 has been a year of cancelled plans which makes it even more exciting when things do actually happen. It may just be a TV show but watching the Great British Bake Off makes me very happy.
So, this Tuesday (22 September) I’ll be sitting happily on my sofa with a cup of tea and maybe a cheeky little biscuit too for GBBO. Will you be watching too?
FYI – I’m much better at eating baked goods than making them. I’m hoping you like what I can do with paper though 🙂
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This oven definitely features my favourite colours that’s for sure.
I cut mine on my Cricut Maker but you can use any digital die-cutting that uses SVG’s.
To get your own super cute Oven Cut file go to Lori Whitlock Designs, purchase and download the files.
If using a Cricut machine:
Download and unzip the file and add the oven SVG to design space.
New Project>Upload>Upload Image
TIP – Where the small cuts are made to make score lines change to make score lines instead of cut lines in Design Space. You can then use your scoring stylus or wheel to make the score lines.
Follow the prompts and prepare your mats. TIP – when I made it, it cut the pans first which is not the first one shown on the mat preview page!
Once you have added your elements to the white base, assemble the parts as shown in picture above.
Then add that section to the outside panels.
The photo above shows the back panel and the inside.
The drawer knobs, pan lids and flower were all finished with Nuvo drops, I also added the drawers with 3D foam pads for a little more dimension.
You can have so much fun with this using different papers and embellishments. How about making it with a Christmas theme? You could attach your favourite holiday baking recipe or even give it with some sweet treats.
The cool part is that it still folds flat for mailing!
Let me know if you make your own, I’d love for you to try it.