Slide and pop-up drawer project -
I've shared photos and a video on Social Media again of this lovely project I made a couple of years ago for the DT of Ctaft Consortium. I never had any instuctions nor followed anyone else's tutorial; many years ago Craft Work cards released something similar with a Christms theme and I tried to remember how it worked.
Unfortunately the actual project was sent to CC HQ a long time ago so I can't measure and give exact dimensions. Basically, it was a simple pull-out drawer with decorated sleeve. The magic came from the inside of the drawer - I decided how many pop-up rows I wanted and how far apart, then scored and creased a long strip of card - valley, mountain, valley, space, repeat. then I glued the inside of the mountain and next valley fold together to make a ridge - just like making memory albums bindings.
For example, if you cut a piece of card 3" x 5" score 1", 1 1/2, 2, 3, 3 1/2, 4, fold and burnish well as valley, mountain, valley, valley, mountain, valley
place a strip of double sided tape between the 1 1/2" and 2" score lines and stick together also between 3 and 3 1/2 score lines.
This was adhered inside the drawer with strips of pretty papers between the ridges. I stuck Puffy stickers onto the face of the ridges so that as the drawer is opened, the stickers just pop up!
Simples! I hope this makes sense. I am unable to post a video to my blog but if you go to FB or IG you can view it there.
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