June 19, 2014

Creating a Side Step Card.

Hi Everybody,

Todays card is another one featuring the Mos Digital Pencil image called Joanie  ...

But the main reason for the card is not the coloring this time but the actual fold.

I have done a video to show you what I did to get the fold and how the rest of the card is created.

It is very easy to do ... just a couple of cuts and some folding and then it all just pushes into shape.

The video is not long and you can hear the croakiness in my voice.

The chest infection I have is lingering on and today it was back to the doctors.

Still I hope it won't spoil your enjoyment of the tutorial

The flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts  along with the centre to the bow.

They have been  sparkled with   Glitter Magic  Chameleon glitter.   The satin ribbon is from Mei Flower    The butterflies were on a roll from the craft show and I don't know who makes them  Sorreeee !




On the website you can find other stepper card tutorials but they aren't  videos  ...  Yet !!

So there you have plenty to keep you amused for a little while

More tomorrow ...

Hugs xx








22 comments:

  1. Good morning Christina, sending a few ((((((hugs))))) in hope they help.
    Thank you for taking time to show us this wonderful style of card. You are a real trooper.
    The card you made is stunning. Off to have a go, you made it look so easy.
    Have a good day, good luck at the Docs

    Patricia x

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  2. Hi Christine
    I hope you feel better really soon, I have never done a stepper card ,and loving yours i will have a coffee later while watching the video .
    Take care
    Elaine H X

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  3. Love this. Will be trying it today. Xxxxx

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  4. Hi Christina liked the video and will attempt to do the stepper card.
    hope you feel better soon ,I have several friends with the same thing
    and it seems to take a while to go.
    Marion H

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  5. Hi Christine
    What a pretty card you have created for us today. Thanks for the tutorials on how to make stepper cards. I always seem to have a problem with these. I thinks it's because I don't very often us a craft knife. I prefer to use a cutter when I need to cut out toppers.

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  6. Brilliant step card Christina and love your gorgeous image

    Anne

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  7. Great card Christina, those images are just so fabulous. Will watch the video later as grandchildren arriving any minute now. Pat x

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  8. Hi Christina what a brilliant tutorial, I have bought the cards already cut like that and it is great to see how they are made, the cards are beautiful as well I love everything you make so inspirational.

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  9. Hi Christina,
    Haven't done astepper card for a while but now I have seen your gorgeous card and great video they have reminde me to do more. Many thanks Christina especially as you are feeling poorly...hope you feel better very soon.

    Love Sheila xx

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  10. Love the image, thanks for the tutorial and hope you feel better soon.

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  11. Sorry to hear you are still unwell. I've never done a stepper card. Yours looks brilliant. Looking forward to watching the video to see how it's really done.

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  12. hello Christina, I am sorry to hear that your not well yet! I hope you feel better soon.
    the card is very nice!
    Rinda

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  13. Great video and you made it so simple and the card turned out so nice...
    I hope that your feeeling better today...

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  14. Ah Christina, I so know how you feel, my chest infection has been going on for 2 weeks now and it is really dragging me down! I do hope that you will soon be back to your old self really soon, this bug that is doing the rounds, is a real toughie!
    Thank you for showing us all, how to do this stepper card, they look absolutely fab when done don't they?
    Take care Christina, hope you are well again soon,
    Hugs, Karen xx

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  15. Hi Christina. I hope your Doctor can help you. Sorry to hear you are still not well. Nothing worse in this weather.
    Love the card. I just love the colour. Am off to watch the video. Take care. Hugs. Jan. xx

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  16. This is so beautiful as always you are so creative with your cards x

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  17. Loved the video and love the color on your card. Hope your feeling better today.

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  18. Such a lovely fun card today and another great video you never fail to amaze Christina.
    hugs
    Margaret corgi owner

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  19. Hi Christina,I do pray you'll feel better much soon.Thank you for showing us this lovely card,and also the great video showing how you made it. Gorgeous!

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  20. Christina, thanks for another great tutorial video. I have never made a step card but I am definitely going to give this a go. Love the image and the colours you chose for this card. It really is lovely. Hope you start to feel better soon. Have a lovely day. Sue.

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  21. The card is lovely, but the video is really informative! I've never been able to do it just from instructions. Now, I want to try! Thank you. BethAnn M

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  22. very cool, love the way you have balanced it with the flower arrangement on one side and the bow and sentiment on the other!

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