I made these cards some time back, but realized I had never posted them. The Pion Design vintage images are so great to use with cards! Inspiration for this card came from here.
November 7, 2013 UPDATE! I originally found the manual template for this card by Sheila Weaver on the joannasheen.com site. It is no longer there however. I did a search for the template but could not find it. SO, I AM INCLUDING THE MANUAL TEMPLATE HERE that was made based on Sheila Weaver’s template. It includes cut lines and score lines. The base card measure 12″ x 6″ and the piece that joins with this measures 6″ x 5 3/8″
I have made this 3-step card using Pion Design papers. I found the manual template for this card here but of course I made a cutting file for my Pazzles Inspiration to make it easy. Once the cutting file is made, making unique cards like this one can be done quickly. The Pazzles does the work of cutting precisely, and all you have to do is decorate! 🙂 Here is the WPC cutting file for this card. Place mouse over link and right click to “Save File” on your computer. Then open in your machine software. To make this card as shown, there must be two pieces of cardstock joined together. This is explained on the cutting file. A separate square is glued to the scored fold line to make the front flap.