Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Step card Steps found over Paper Compulsions Blog

Step Cards

There are several different kinds of step-cards. Here are measurements for a few.


You start with a piece of paper that is 12 inches long and 5 1/2 inches wide. Make a 5 1/2 score line (from top to bottom) at 2, 4, 8, & 10 inches from the left side of the card. Between the 2 inch and 10 inch score lines, make an 8 inch cut line 1 1/2 inches from the top of the card. Repeat this cut line 1 1/2 inches from the bottom of the card.
Refer to pictures to see how to fold.

You are welcome to the cut files, but NOTE:
The finished card is 12 inches long. You will need to resize the image so it will fit on the page. These are just the cut lines. You will need to score the card by hand.

Cut files:

Without score lines:   SVG   SCAL2   EPS   DXF

Measurements and info: PDF


Here are the measurements for a side step card. (Sometimes called a shutter card)

I usually cut and score my cards by hand but here are the cut files and score line guides.
***********************If you do not want the perforated lines to cut for the score lines, you will need to delete them before you cut.************************

Cut files:  SVG     SCAL     EPS     DXF 

Score guide: PDF

Overview: PDF

See these posts for examples of side step cards:

Pretty in pink

Love note

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