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3-Step Card with cutting file

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.

 

 

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Folded Card with Belt

Here is another folded zigzag card.  This card is so unique, that I have made a cut­ting file for it which I’ll be post­ing soon!  The card’s fold­ing tech­nique came from Mar­i­anne.  Swirls are from a Cheery Lynn die and the heart is a Nel­lie Snellen die

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dresser with Mirror Card

Again, my inspi­ra­tion for this card came from Mar­i­anne.   The 2-drawer dresser is a dif­fer­ent way to give jew­elry, or even money!  Just apply 3-D foam adhe­sives to the draw­ers to give depth and this allows small items to be inserted.  The dresser top is a Tim Holtz Dis­tressed Doily die and the mir­ror frame die is from Joy Crafts.  The bot­tom of the dresser was made using a Spell­binders die.

 

 

 

 

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