Side Step Card-Debbie’s View

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Fairy Garden
by:  Debbie Ebat, Artistic Guide

Finished Card size: 6.5 X 4.25 inches

Supplies:
Stamps:
digital images from (Scrapbook Stamp Society)
Paper:
Light purple ( from stash)
Four Seasons (The Paper Studio)
Copic Makers (.too):
Blue / Purple fairy:
Hair-YR20, YR23, YR27
Skin-E00, E31, R20
dress and wings-B02, B00, B0000, B04, V12, V15
Pink and green Fairy:
Hair-R81, R83, R8
Skin-R20, E00, E31
Clothes and Wings-G40, G43, RV52, RV63, RV55, C7, C3, RV66
Flower-RV52, RV15
Yellow/ orange Fairy:
Hair-E55, E57
Skin-E00, E31, R20
Clothes and wings-YR16, YR16, YR02, Y18, Y15, Y13, G21, G40, G43, G46
Other:
paper cutter (Fiskars)
Paper Scorer (Martha Stewart)
Scissors
craft tape (Recollections)
corner die (Cheery Lynn)

Directions:

  1. Make the card base.  Because I wanted a bigger card then the directions gave, I added one inch to the width.IMG_1120
  2. Then I folded the base per the instructions.  My normal paper cutter is a guillotine cutter, but I do have a Fiskars rotary cutter for this type of project.  The problem is that's it's difficult to see where to stop cutting.  I think if you scored it first, it would be easier to see where you should stop.IMG_1121
  3. After I folded the  card, I went and printed out my images.  I wanted to make the base first so I could print the images the correct size.
  4. These images are so new that they have not been given a name yet, so I  named them by the colors I choose to color them with.  This is the blue and purple fairy.IMG_1122
  5. Here's the pink and green fairy.IMG_1123
  6. Lastly we have the yellow and orange fairy.IMG_1126
  7. The next step was to cut out the images as carefully as I could.  Some call this fussy cutting.
  8. Then I added the designer paper  to the base of the card.IMG_1127
  9. Next I added the craft tape.IMG_1128
  10. The last items added were the images and  the corner die.IMG_1129

I have always wanted to do one of these layouts and will be doing it again really soon.  I hope you give it a try,

Debbie

 

 

 


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  1. love thesee how cute.. a few years ago I made the side step card for Christmas... wow 120 of them.. they have been a great fun sot of thing... a few people kept them for Christmas decorations... wow I am honored.. thy ar a great card to play with and make a statement with.

  2. so adorable! I just discovered these digitals. aren't they the cutest!

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