Hi everyone, today I’m sharing another showstopper card, this Multi-Step Accordion Card will certainly stand out from all the rest!
When the recipient opens the card, the accordion section pops out!
There’s a lot of space inside this card for you to decorate and personalise.
I’ve kept the very back of the card for my written message.
SUPPLIES USED TO MAKE THIS CARD
Dovecraft, Butterfly Kisses collection available from Craft Label here.
Enter code CLSAM15 to receive 15% off FULL PRICE product, valid until the end of April 2021.
Made to Surprise, Birthday stamp set available here.
MEASUREMENTS NEEDED TO MAKE THIS CARD
2 pieces of 6′ x 6′ card stock for the front and back, if you are doing the same card as shown, or a 6′ x 6′ card blank for the other style I show in the tutorial.
1 piece of 6′ x 12’card for the centre, accordion piece.
Score along the 12′ side at 1.3/4, 2.1/2, 3.1/2, 7.4/7, 6′, 7.1/8, 8.1/2, 9.1/2 & 10.1/4 then follow my template and tutorial below for the other score and cut lines.
2 pieces of 5.3/4 x 1.1/2 pattern paper for the ‘C’ shape mats.
2 pieces of 3.3/4 x 5.3/4 pattern paper for the large inside, side mats.
4 strips of 1/2′ x 2.3/4 pattern paper for the smallest pop out sides.
4 strips of 3/4′ x 3.3/4 pattern paper for the medium pop out sides.
2 strips of 7/8′ x 5.3/4 pattern paper for the centre mats.
4 pieces of 1.1/8 x 3/4′ pattern paper for the outer corner rectangular mats.
4 pieces of 3/4′ x 3/4′ pattern paper for the small square mats.
4 pieces of 1/2′ x 1.1/4 pattern paper for the other smaller rectangle mats.
2 pieces of 5.3/4 x 5.3/4 pattern paper for the front and back of the card.
Check out my full tutorial below.
This is how the card looks on the front.
I stamped the Happy Birthday in purple on one card and silver embossing powder on the other.
I love the Butterfly Kisses decoupage pack in this collection, it makes decorating your cards quick and easy.
As always, thank you for visiting today.
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