Christmas Magic – Merry Christmas

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Today I am sharing a stepper card that I have made using a paper collection from Creative Crafting World called Christmas Magic.
This card folds flat to fit into an envelope.

Handmade card using Christmas Magic paper collection

Here is a tutorial on how I created this card.

You will need :

2 x A4 White Card
The Paper Boutique Christmas Magic – Coloured Card Collection
The Paper Boutique Christmas Magic – Paper Kit
The Paper Boutique Christmas Magic – Embellishment Pad
White Card
Glue / Double Sided Tape
Foam Pads

Instructions:

Choose one coloured card, three backing papers (one backing paper needs to be the one with the deer and fir cones on to cut out smaller toppers), one sentiment, two square toppers (I used the deer topper from the embellishment pad and one square topper from the paper kit).

For the card base, cut a piece of A4 white card to measure 15 cms by 25 cms.
Along the longer edge, from the top, score at 5 cms to 5 cms, 10 cms to 15 cms, 15 cms to 10 cms.
From the bottom score from 20 cms to 5 cms.
Along the shorter edge, at the top, cut at 5 cms to 15 cms (first scoreline to third score line),
At the bottom, cut at 10 cms to 20 cms ( second score line to fourth scoreline)

Step card template

Cut a piece of card measuring 10 cms by 20 cms.
Score and fold in half to make a small card.

Layer one:
Cut a square from coloured card measuring 9 cms by 9 cms.
Cut a square from the first paper measuring 8.5 cms by 8.5 cms.
Matt and layer together along with the deer topper from the embellishment pad.
Attach to the card base on the top right.
Using the same topper decoupage the deer image, using foam pads.
Then add the sentiment to the top left of the topper.

Layer two:
Cut seven squares from coloured card measuring 4.5 cms by 4.5 cms.
Cut three squares from the second paper measuring 4 cms by 4 cms.
Matt and layer with three of the coloured card squares.
Attach to the centre squares on the card base.
Next cut four squares from the first paper measuring 4 cms by 4 cms.
Matt and layer together along with four of the coloured card squares.
Attach to the other squares on the card base.
Using the deer and fir cone backing paper, cut out four small toppers, attach to the four squares using foam pads.

Layer three:
Cut two squares from coloured card measuring 9.5 cms by 9.5 cms.
Cut a square from white card measuring 9 cms by 9 cms.
Matt and layer with one of the coloured squares and attach to the inside of the smaller card.
Cut a square from the first paper measuring 9 cms by 9 cms.
Matt and layer with the other coloured card square along with the second square topper.
Next attach the square card to the card base on the bottom left.

Handmade card using Christmas Magic paper collection

Here you can write a message.

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Thank you for visiting my blog and please feel free to follow and make any of my handmade card tutorials.
Any comments that you leave are really appreciated and always read.

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Challenges I would like to enter are:

Merry Little Christmas Challenge #36: Anything Christmas Goes

CraftyHazelNuts Christmas Challenge 550: Anything Christmas Goes

Through The Purple Haze Challenge #182: Anything Goes / Optional Christmas In July

Krafty Chicks Challenge #567: Christmas





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  1. Diane says:

    Love this card! Oh the pattern paper, I might have to chase some down. I haven’t tried a stepper card yet, yours is inspirational. Thank you for sharing your wonderful card with us at Krafty Chicks Challenge.
    Diane – DT

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