Hi everyone, I’ve been wanting to make a 5 x 7 top fold Stepper card for a while.
You don’t tend to see tutorials for this size as you need 14″ length cardstock, so I decided to deconstruct it and find a way to make it from 2 pieces of cardstock and I think it’s turned out really well.
It’s so easy to make and a lot more user-friendly as you don’t need a cutting knife or trimmer to make all the cut lines, scissors 7 a scoreboard are all that’s needed.
I purchased the Wallace & Gromit dies last year when they were on sale and finally got round to using them on this card style.
SUPPLIES USED TO MAKE THESE CARDS
Wallace & Gromit dies available here.
Wallace & Gromit sentiment stamp set here.
Xcut Tartan Embossing Folder is an older folder, you may find it available on eBay.
The Pawsome Paper Addicts, paper pad I cannot find it for the £1 I paid, however, there are sellers on eBay here
MEASUREMENTS NEEDED TO MAKE THESE CARDS
1 piece of 5″ x 7.1/2 card for the back.
Score along the 5″ side at 1 & 4 only down to 2.1/2.
Score along the 7.1/2 side at 5″ between the 2 other scorelines to join them up & at 7″ all the way down.
1 piece of 5″ x 7″ card for the front.
Score along the 5″ side at 1″ & 4″ down to 5.1/2
Score along the 7″ side at 4.1/2 & 5.1/2 down to the scoreline, flip the card, and repeat.
2 pieces of 3/4″ x 4.1/4 card for the sides.
1 piece of 2.3/4 x 5.3/8 card for the main front part.
1 piece of 1.1/4 x 4.3/4 card for the bottom front strip.
1 piece of 4.3/4 x 6.3/4 and 1 piece of 4.1/2 x 6.1/2 card for the back mats & layers.
Check out my full tutorial below to see how I made them.
You have room inside or on the back of the card to stamp and write your message.
If you enjoy making Stepper cards, check out my playlist below where I have 7 other lovely styles.
As always thank you for watching my tutorial today.
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