Friday, September 9, 2011

Horizontal Center Step Card Tutorial

I was inspired by Connie Babbert's Center Step Card (like this one), but wanted to make one with an image that wasn't so tall, so I changed the measurements and turned the card so it was horizontal instead of vertical. I think I love it this way even more! Just like the original, it still fits in a regular size Medium Envelopes. Check out my free pdf tutorial to learn how to make this card at home!

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6 comments:

June Ferguson said...

Hi Julie!
I like the horizontal aspect of this card SO much better! Thanks a bunch for sharing this wonderful idea!
June in KS

Betty (Bammin' Designs) said...

Hi Julie:
I agree with June in KS too - I love the way you designed your card and even better is that you shared your tutorial with us! I can't wait to try and make one this weekend.
Thank you for sharing your card and tutorial with us!

Janet Swofford said...

Thank you for this wonderful tutorial! It is so clear and easy to follow. I'm a very visual learner and the combination of the written instructions,photo and template made it a cinch to replicate:-)
Inky hugs,
Janet

Susan said...

KIND thanks for this tutorial; prefer this one, but do like the other....again, THANKS!!

Kathy W said...

What a beautiful fall card, and like others, I like the horizontal approach. Thanks for the tutorial; I'm going to give this a try.

Carol Taggart said...

Thank you, Julie. I made a card like this a while back, figured out the measurements the hard way, and of course failed to take notes. So having your wonderful instructions and template are fantastic. I also LOVE how you put the Simply Scored tool to such good use. Thank you, thank you.