Thursday, June 14, 2012

Center Step Card Tutorial By Deanna M

I have a fun new card for you today. At least new to me. It is called a Center Step Card or Front Panel Card.  The card will fit in an A2 size envelope and was a lot of fun to make. All of my papers are from Echo Park. I apologize for the dark picture a big gray cloud decided to cover up the sun just as I started taking pictures. I attached all of my paper down with my ATG Gun.

My cupcake was cut from the Straight From the Nest cartridge (which Kim can order for you if you want it) at 2 3/4". Because the little holes for the sprinkles were so small I opted to add some liquid pearls in Hydrangea  and Key Lime to them instead. I attached my cupcake to my card with an action wobble.

I did a short video for you to help explain how I made this card. I first saw this idea on SplitcoastStampers. I hope the video helps you understand how this card works.

Here is a side picture of the finished card.

I sure hope you will give this a try. If you do let me know what you think. Thanks for visiting.


  1. Too cute. Will give this style of card a try over the weekend. Thanks for the video.


  2. THis is soooo cute! I love it! : )

  3. I LOVE the paper choices on this card!!!!! It just screams Happy Birthday!!!! Great tutorial too Deanna!
    Thanks for sharing,
    Judy Garrelts

  4. Great card Deanna. The video made making this card seem easy to do. Amazing work!

  5. Loved the video and what a cute card! I've got to get me one of those bobble things. Love the motion and great paper!


  6. Such a totally cute card and your tutorial is awesome Deanna! :)

  7. Sure is cute, I'll have to watch the video at home and give a try been wanting to make this type of card for awhile.

  8. Deanna, I love this card. I'm going to make one right away. Thanks for the inspiration.

  9. Deanna your card is just too darn cute. I love how you added the wobble and the liquid pearls to the cupcake. And I like that style card a lot. Your tutorial was perfect and helped me understand how you made the card. Great job as always. Hugs, Fran


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