Thursday, 11 June 2009

Part 2 Side Step Card Tutorial

Well here goes on the final half of the tutorial. I have decided to go on my husband computer and see if i can have more luck. If it doesnt look right I'm sorry. I really must learn how to do this blogging better....

Step 6.
Using markers ink up your tree stamps with choc chip for the trunks and Old Olive for the branches. I then thumped randomly over the branches with the always artichoke marker. Stamp on naturals Ivory card stock.

Step 7. Ink up the single pine again and stamp on the main panel of the card.

Step 8.
Cut out the trees. Mount the group of trees on Always Artichoke cardstock and adhere to the back step. Adhere the oak tree to the second step and the Pine tree on the main panel. I glued the ground part of the main tree and raised the branched area with stampin dimensionals.

Step 9.
Using the word window punch, punch out 2 and fold in half and adhere under your steps as shown. I find that the steps spread so I use these to hold them in place.

Step 10.

Stamp a greeting and punch out with oval punches and adhere to the front step of your card.

Here is the finished card.


Anonymous said...

thanks so much for sharing this its great

JeanFB said...

Andrea, your work is simply stunning!! I just found your blog from SCS, and I'm sooo glad I did! Thank you so much for your very detailed tutorial - it's so nice to have someone share all the little tips and details. Have a wonderful day!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for sharing this. A good tip having the bits underneath holding the steps in place. A lovely finished card.

milesavery said...

Thanks so much for this tutorial.
This will real help me a lot to make this kind of card. All your hard work.

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