I made this card for No2 son's friend's sister. On the surface it looks like a stepper card, but it isn't! It looks as though you've created a fancy fold card, but you haven't! It very easy to do. Just take a C5 card then add panels to make it look like a stepper.
You can see from this photo how it looks from the side.
I used papers from the DCWV Street Lace 8x8 stack, matting each of the panels onto hot pink card.
The back two lace effect panels go on first- its just a piece of pink cardstock cut to fit the front, then two narrow panels adhered at either end leaving a narrow border. Then the central panel goes on next (this is cut slightly taller than the card front so that it protrudes over the top fold) with foam pads. The final piece to go on is the narrow horizontal panel on the front, adhered with foam pads. Ta Da! Easy Peasy! A 'stepper card' with none of the work!
Then you just decorate it. Each of the side panels were decorated with a black, glittercard flourish embellished with teeny punched flowers. I cut a shaped panel for the front, then adhered a glittery '18' to it with foam pads. 'Hannah' was cut from glittercard then adhered along the front horizontal panel. A ribbon bow, layered bloom and a smattering of pearls completes the card.
Shaped panel- Elegant Edges
'18' & 'Hannah'- Winter Woodland
Flourishes- Home Decor
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