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Center Stair Step Card and tutorial

Hello friends! It's Sheri and today I want to share with a tutorial for a Center Stair Step Card. It's really a simple card to make,'s just looks a little complicated. 
First of all, you will need to trim a piece of card stock to 11 by 5.5 inches.
Next, place the long edge of the card stock into the paper trimmer, placed at the 1 inch mark. 

Starting at the 1 inch mark cut to the 6.5 inch mark.

Flip the card stock over and repeat.

With a Score board, score at the 1, 2 and 6.5 inch marks up to the cut line. 
Flip the card stock over and repeat.

Now, score at the 5.5 inch mark between the cut lines.

Fold the score lines.....

and have fun decorating!

For my card, I used the adorable Explore Tilda along with the Walking Cat. 

Copics used:
E000, E00, E13, E21, E28, E25, E29, E31, E33, E34,  E50, E53
R20, R22, R27, R29
YG000, YG63, YG99
YR20, YR23
B21, B91, B95, B97
W00, W0, W1, W3, W7
Additional Supplies:

Thank you so very much for visiting! :)


Great tutorial! Fancy fold cards have always intimidated me... but you made it look so easy! TFS!

Stunning! Fabulous card! LOve this Tilda! LOve the cat! LOve the butterflies! LOve everything lol......And thank you sooo much for the tutorial.

very cute card,
I love the way it pops up!!!

This is so cute! I am not sure I could this lol
Hugs tammy

Great card and tutorial.

I'm pinning it for future reference.


Fabulous job Sheri!! Love this step card and those gorgeous yellows!

Wow! This is beyond gorgeous! Love everything about this special card. Gab tutorial Sheri!
Marie XX

This is beautiful. You make it sound so easy. Great tutorial.


Okay - I tried this and no matter how I fold it with the directions given, I can come up with the end product. Any extra steps in the folding sequence?

Great tutorial, thanks so much! I just made my first one :D

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