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Pop-out Photos Tutorial

AP Photo/Holly Ramer

I’ve written a tutorial for the pop-out/3-D pictures I’ve been making as gifts. You can read my AP story here.

(I always find it funny to see where the craft stories I write for AP end up. It gets sent out as part of our “lifestyles” package. Some websites put it under “health.” Others put it under “entertainment.” I guess not too many news sites have craft sections)

AP Photo/Holly Ramer

11 comments to Pop-out Photos Tutorial

  • I’ve always thought it was very interesting that you are an AP writer. I think it makes you a little bit of a celebrity. :-D

  • Holly

    I followed your tutorial with a picture of my husband and son for father’s day this year. It turned out great! My husband was delighted. Thanks for the great tutorial!

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  • Caroline Blair

    LOVE these ideas and will be making several very soon!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Amanda

    Hi, did you have trouble getting the finished picture to fit in the frame? How did you get the back of the frame to close? Thanks.

  • T

    This is not really a tutorial. And neither is your AP story. I can figure out what’s needed for this to work, because I have scrapbooking experience, but someone just beginning isn’t going to be able to. :-\

  • Holly

    I do not claim that this is the tutorial, the tutorial is in the AP article, which I am not allowed to post in full here. So yes, while the title of this post says “tutorial,” I meant, here is where you can find the tutorial. As for the instructions, I’m sorry you felt they were not clear, but I don’t think this is a particularly difficult project or one that requires scrapbooking experience.

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