Thank You Pop Up Card: Ribbon Tutorial

Thank You Pop Up Card: Ribbon Tutorial

In this post, I will show you how to make a Thank You pop up card. The tutorial and template are below. This Thank You popup card can be used for a wedding, birthday party, housewarming, baby shower, or any time you want to show appreciation to someone who gave you something or did something for you. When you truly feel appreciation toward someone, and don't want to just buy a Thank You card, then make one. A homemade thank you card is much more meaningful. This card is fairly simple to make. It may take a while to carve out the lettering, but assembling it is relatively fast and easy. Here is picture of the final card:


Here is an instructional video that will show you how to make it:

Here are the instructions on how to make a thank you pop up card:

  1. Purchase the template for this design here: Thank you pop up card ribbon template.
  2. Print out the template and cut the template out on your choice of card stock.
  3. Fold the two “ribbons” upwards toward each other. Fold the card down the center.
  4. Cut 2 pieces of card stock for the backing. Cut them 4.5″x6.25″.
  5. Glue the top right corner (when reading the words straight on) of the ribbons together.
  6. Glue the two back covers to the center card.

You can now decorate the card and write some inscriptions inside.

  • cherif
    Posted at 08:53h, 10 July Reply

    thaks alot for the tamplate
    thank you !

  • jasmine
    Posted at 19:39h, 12 July Reply

    You are very creative. I really like all the pop up cards that you shared with us. Thanks for sharing for creativity with us. I am so blessed. Thank you.

  • aina
    Posted at 15:46h, 08 August Reply

    thanks for the template and telling all that in detail…….bt can u plz tell me which kind of paper cutter u used plz……..

    • Creative
      Posted at 16:17h, 08 August Reply

      I use a Klic-N-Kut. I may get a new one. I think you should look at the silhouette and the new KNK that’s coming out. Don’t get the Cricut. You wont be able to cut any of your own designs without 3rd party software, and it sounds like Cricut is trying to stop them also.

      • ILoveArt
        Posted at 21:24h, 20 February Reply

        i have a different cutter but it wont work and when i use the craft khife it just rippes it all up can u help by any chance

        • Creative Rich
          Posted at 22:17h, 20 February Reply

          There could be a few things you can try. You may need more adhesive between your card stock and your cutting mat. Do you use a self sticking mat or do you use a spray adhesive? If you use a self sticking mat, you may need a new mat. If you use a spray adhesive, you may need to apply more adhesive. Or, you may need a new blade. I hope that helps.

  • Andrea Spiegelman
    Posted at 13:54h, 10 September Reply

    You are a genius! I’m so glad I stumbled onto your site. Giving out the templates is a most generous gift. Thank you.

  • Sindy Ku
    Posted at 21:50h, 16 September Reply

    really much thanks for your template. so glad to getting a chance to browse your design..

  • Sally Jones
    Posted at 09:04h, 29 October Reply

    That is the cutest card. Your instructions are great! Please keep informing use.

  • ILoveArt
    Posted at 21:22h, 20 February Reply

    how to you cut it out i ripped the whole template that i made and now i have to purchus one can u make a tutorail on this plz thank you

    p.s. is your baby girl alright

  • Amanpreet Kaur
    Posted at 15:08h, 08 June Reply

    Where i can get the templet for this?!

  • unknownmich
    Posted at 22:28h, 21 May Reply

    Where’s The Template?

    • CreativeRich
      Posted at 23:10h, 21 May Reply

      Hi! The link in the first step of the instructions will bring you to the store where you can purchase the template. Thanks!

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