Pop-up cards are fun, three-dimensional projects that use simple tools: paper, scissors and maybe a little glue and crayons. Here's a design you can dress up for your special sweetie, or keep simple to produce dozens of classroom cards.
As a craft-challenged parent, I planned out this project with just one pop-up element: a bee, which we've provided here to make it easier on you, too. If you've got spatial-relationship skills I don't, feel free to cut several pop-up "flower" folds and create a stand-up garden. Even better, check out this website for other pop-up projects, including some great basic instructions.
Rock Point Summer Camp - Caring for Creation, Caring for Neighbor, Caring for Self & Having FUN! Ideally located on Burlington's waterfront, one week sessions are arranged by age group and include both day camp and sleep away opportunities. At Rock Point Camp you can: Belong to a caring, cooperative…(more)