Centre Step Card

by Rinda
(The Netherlands)


I have used a black paper from Bazzil, 21 x 29 cms. The red is a little bit I had in my stack.

On the red I have put from the Hobby Journal, Hobby Dots. I do not know if you know them, they are little peel off in different shapes and you can make from them a shape as you can see on my card.

I have put a flower and a ribbon together on the card. The flower is from a shop here. On the red paper I have done some eyelets. First I wanted to do a ribbon but I think it is too much so just eyelets.

And, again, a matching enveloboxes to go with the card. The card take me a day, and the boxes, with the Ultimate Pro, a few minutes

Christina says ...

Very dramatic colors for this step card and although they look intricate Step Cards are relatively easy to do.

There are ant tutorials on the different types of Step Cards that Rinda has used and you can find them in the Tutorials section in the NavBar to your left.

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Apr 29, 2015
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Donna,
by: rinda

it is a bit dark indeed. thank you for your comment

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Centre Step Card
by: Donna Okoniewski

Hi Rinda. This is a really beautiful card! I don't think the photo does it justice, however. The for lighting of the photo is a little dark and is hard to pick up the details. You did a nice job on it and should be very proud! Well done!

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