Make a step card with our tutorial here from Jodi! These cards looks so pretty and are easy to make with our step by step guide.
Crafter's Companion Supplies:
Other Supplies: Pencil, Ruler, Craft knife, Memento ink for stamping, Computer/printer for sentiment font
Step1: For the card base, cut a piece of cardstock to a measurment of 8" x 12".
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Step 2: Using the Big Score scoring board, follow this template for scoring lines.
Tip: Mark all of the score points lightly in pencil before lining paper up onto score board to aid in positioning beginning and ending points of score lines. Simply erase pencil lines after scoring.
Tip: When scoring, place the 8" side against the edge of the board and score all of the vertical lines first. Then rotate cardstock 90 degrees, place the 12" side against the edge of the board and score the 3 horizontal lines.
Step 3: Final scored card will look like this.
Step 4: Using a craft knife and a straight edge ruler, cut score lines as indicated by lines shown in red in above template.
Step 5: Fold score lines as shown here. This will create the "step" look.
Step 6: Print patterned papers and toppers from the Bebunni Floral papercrafting CD to decorate the card base. Add some diecut flowers and a sentiment to finish off the card.
For an extra finishing touch, the edges of the patterned papers and the toppers were airbrushed using Spectrum Noir markers (DR7 and DG3).
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