If you can read Japanese instructions, or can follow picture demonstrations, check out this link over at Hatena Bookmark.

It lays out instructions (and links to other sites) about how you can craft your own cute, impressively-detailed pop-up holiday cards this year, rather than spending too much money on one at the store. And it might actually be fun!


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    1. Hi, would you kindly link me to the card people are having trouble with? I would like to try! Thank you! 🙂

  1. Why is everyone so negative on this site, it’s time for you to start celebrating more often…plus it’s nearly Christmas…

  2. Hey everyone, would you kindly link me to the card people are having trouble with? I would like to try! Thank you! 🙂

  3. I honestly don’t know why people are having so much trouble with this it’s simple. My brother did it in primary school. And why not try and find a different website with more information on it if you can’t work it out yourself?

  4. the tutorial itself must’ve been badly written, since pop-up cards are not hard to make. the real problem is that your link goes to a page of links, all for stuff that is for-sale … I couldn’t find the tutorial!!

  5. fuck this i need to do this for my coursework and i am confused and they put on some random fucking Japanese instructions

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