Stair-step cards are all the rage in the paper crafting world right now! We’ve been seeing them all over Pinterest, You Tube, Twitter, and Instagram! Hello again Crafty friends! I’m ReNae Allen, with the FotoBella Design Team. Today’s post is Part 2 of my Stair-Step Card Tutorial series where we will be constructing a “Side-Step” Card.
First, gather your supplies! The list is just below. Next, follow the pictorial tutorial. You will see a series of tiny dots below a photograph. Each dot represents a photo. Just click through the photos at your own pace to create your card!
Supplies Needed for Side-Step card
- 8x8 paper collection by Graphic 45*
- Journaling Cards by Graphic 45*
- Life Stickers by Graphic 45*
- Die Cuts by Graphic 45*
- Chipboard by Graphic 45*
- Cardstock in pink, blue and green
- Paper Timmer
- Adhesive (Wet glue or Tape Runner)
- White Glitter
- Bone Folder
- Trimming Scissors
*The above 5 items are all from the G45 “Cottage Life” Collection
This is a pictorial tutorial. Each step is illustrated and explained. Navigate through the photos by first clicking on the tiny arrow on each side of the photos. Next, follow the step-by-step directions at the bottom of each photo. Simple, right? OK, let’s get started!
Cutting the Side-Step Card Base
Assembly and Embellishment
Share your Side-Step Card With Us!
I hope you have enjoyed this pictorial tutorial. Stair-step cards are so much fun and as you can see, there are lots of ways to make them. I do hope you will give this one a try. It’s really easy, with only one cut and just a few score lines! And won’t you please share your cards with us? Post them to the comments below or on any of our social media outlets! We can’t wait to see what you create!
More to Come...
We will be making yet another style of stair-step card in my next installment so please check back. Join our blog and receive notifications of when a new story posts. We love our crafty friends here at FotoBella.com!
So that’s it for now, but there is more to come! So until next time, Happy Crafting!