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Club Inspire

Inspirational Tutorial: A wedding card

Marie has created a beautiful stepper wedding card for you in her tutorial below. It would make a stunning birthday card too, just change the sentiment on it! Have fun making lots of these, lets get started!

stepper wedding card


Step 1. Diagram for score lines and cut lines to make stepper card.


Step 2. Cut A4 Centura Pearl card to 29cm long. Score and cut as shown on the diagram to create stepper card base.


Step 3. Die-cut the Chandelier and corners at the centre fold, taping the dies in place. Remove the tape and emboss.


Step 4. Ink the candles with Worn Lipstick.


Step 5. Die-cut and emboss the chandelier from silver mirror card. Cut around the bottom edges to release the chandelier from the card and trim off the candles.


Step 6. Attach over the chandelier on the card base.


Step 7. Emboss some Centura Pearl card with the Regency Swirls folder. Cut a piece 10.5cm x 14cm and ink over whole piece with Worn Lipstick. Wrap ribbon around bottom edge and matt onto silver card. Attach to card front.


Step 8. Cut two piece of embossed card 2.2cm x 10.5cm, ink and matt onto silver card. Attach to sides of card.


Step 9. Cut two pieces of Centura Pearl card 2.2cm square. Die-cut and emboss the heart embellishment and ink with Worn Lipstick. Matt onto silver card and attach to front steps.


Step 10. Die-cut With Love twice from silver card and cut one word from each die-cut. Attach to card front.

Step 11. Tie on two lengths of ribbon to finish.

Here is list of what Marie used to make her card.
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