I volunteer in my 1st Graders' classroom once a week to read with the children and help the teacher with small assignments. I also make cutouts with my Cricut for the class but that's a post that I will make another day.
Anyway, the other day the teacher sent me an email that I need not help in the class this week as the kids will be using their reading time to do a Science project. However, she needs help with some cutting. So, when my kids came home, one of them handed over a large ziplock bag with a stack of cardstock and a note.
I usually spend an hour in the classroom but this "homework" took me two hours.
I have never made a Pop-Up anything before so I was intrigued with what she was going to do with these. My kids have no idea what the teacher's plans are but I was not going to let that stop me from having some fun with this concept. So in a half-hour, I managed to make a quick Easter card for the teacher. This is the front of the card:
But the fun was on the inside:
Since I have 2 kids in her class, I thought I would put two chocolate bunnies inside the card.
Tada! And so I made my first Pop-Up card that day. :)