Everyday Pop-Up Cards

The Everyday Pop-Up Cards is used create pop-up cards. This is going to be a fun, popular cartridge. So many uses for this fun cartridge. Get creative and have a blast making pop up cards and decorations with Everyday Pop-Up Cards. Release Date March 2011


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  1. CJ says:

    I’ve been waiting for a pop card and finally we have one, WhooHoo!!!

  2. sandra jones says:

    I will love this cartridge can not wait how soon can we buy it.

  3. Deb M in BC :) says:

    Another one for my Wish List!

  4. maggie klein says:

    I can’t wait!Go ahead and produce a second one,it will sell out.

  5. I have bought this cartridge and am a little confused as to how the pop up mecahnisms work. I am finding it a little intimidating.

  6. Lisa says:

    I have this cartridge and am trying to figure out how to assemble one of the cards. With no instructions on how they go together, I am actually quite frustrated with it. Anyone else made anything with it yet?

  7. Brenda says:

    I have the cartridge and keep looking for instructions. I am quite mechanically inclined, but I don’t like to waste the precious little time that I have for crafts experimenting. I call Provocraft and was told if I had read page 10, I would understand. She finally admitted that she didn’t know how to use it.

    Cricut needs to work more on quality than quantity. Putting things like this and the Gypsy out before they are ready is lowering customers confidence in them.

  8. Melody says:

    I agree this could be a fun cartridge….but very frustrating! Wish I had better instructions w/ it!
    Took me 2 days to get the airplane one done…and it’s the example in the book! sigh!

    • Rose says:

      How were you able to put the airplane together? I spent all of last evening trying to figure it out.
      Rose

  9. ofelia marks says:

    Just like everyone else i got this cartridge but no book how to make the pop-up card please i need some help.

  10. Faith says:

    I wish I never purchased this cartridge, it is a waste of time and money. I totally agree with the statement earlier Provo Craft is more interested in quantity and not quality it shows in this cartridge.

  11. Judy says:

    Well, I thought I wanted this cartridge, but I dislike anything that comes without instruction. What’s up with that?! I know it saves money, but directions would save the frustration of us and the loss of a customer in the future.

  12. tna says:

    The part I have not figured out is the shift/pop-up. I don’t know how to attach the phrases to make them “pop-up” PC really needs to include instructions and a video segment on how to use these more complex carts.

  13. Pat Runnells says:

    I bought this cartridge and was so excited to make pop-up cards. But… I have tried and can not for the life of me fiqure out how the cards are to be constructed. Book that comes with the cartridge has very poor instructions and no photos of finished pop-up cards to even “go on”. Has anyone figured this out yet? Very frustrating!!! I need a video showing me step by step How-to’s!

    • charlotte stewart says:

      haven’t found a video yet that shows instructions but I did find at Obsessed with Scrapbooking..i was able to find illustrations on how to make the pop up on each card..

      not great but at least we have an idea of how to put them together..

      happy crafting.

  14. Lynne Kirsch says:

    I am very frustrated with this cartridge — it took me almost a week to figure out the sewing machine one and thought I would try the Friendships Bloom and ready to just throw everything away! Instructions or pictures of finished items would have been wonderful!

  15. Marcia Fickel says:

    I would like to see more instructions for constructing the pop up base. Way too much guessing and wasting time. need help!

  16. Bonnie Johnson says:

    I have been trying for over 4 hours to update my Gypsy so I can link this cartridge. Everytime I try to link it I get a message saying that I need to update my Gypsy. I update the Gypsy and try to link the cartridge and get the same danged message. Ready to toss the whole darned thing.

    • Grace Baxter says:

      I totally understand your frustration, Bonnie. I have the same issue with mine. All the “updating” in the world has not fixed the problem. As a way around the issue, I had to use the CCR to cut anything from my new cartridges that will not link to the Gypsy. Not a good solution but in a pinch you can get by. Hope this helps.

  17. connie capua says:

    S I am so sorry that I purchased this cartridge. A waste of time and money. You should supply more direction and instruction with all of your cartridges. I am so sorry that I invested my money and time is your Cricut machine or cartridges.

  18. mariann mattes says:

    help..i hate this thing…no directions…and i spent hours and still have no card….is there somewhere online to look?

  19. Jennifer says:

    Really starting to hate the idea that I purchased this cartridge. I cannot figure out the directions on this and it seemed to be so easy. I wonder if provo craft will take the cartridges back?

  20. Tammy Woolever says:

    Please are there any instruction on how to make these cards! I would of not brought this cartridge if it was going to be this diffcult!

  21. Margie says:

    I am so frustrated. There are only instructions for how to do the Airplane “Have a Safe Trip” card. Truthfully, the pop up Airplane in Blue Cardstock for the inside of the card doesn’t even look finished.Shouldn’t there be a different colored airplane with windows to be adhered to that pop-up airplane?

    Anyway, I can’t figure out how to apply those instructions for the airplane card to the “Get Well Spoon” card. Any help out there for the rest of the designs besides the Have a Safe Trip? I really need more complete instructions for this cartridge. I am beginning to think this was a waste of money.

  22. Jill Pearson says:

    I have had this cartridge for quite a while. I tried it when I first got it and was so stressed trying to get a pop up to work that I just put the whole thing away. I decided I would give it one more chance and look on line to see if I could find any instructions. I did find some but not for the birthday cake I wanted to make. Hate this. Does PC have an instruction book like they do for Tags, bags, boxes and more 2?

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