Christmas Card Ideas

Stepper Cards

Stepper cards are fun and easy to make. We will show you how to make a double and a triple stepper card here.




Triple Stepper Card

by Karen Mortensen


Cut a piece of cardstock size 5.5" x 12"

On the longest side score at points:






Fold it as shown below


Decorate the card. I used a separate piece of card, size 4.25" x 5.5" to create my window scene and stuck it on the front of the back (largest) fold.




To make the house/window scene. Cut a window from a Marianne Window die. Keep the pieces cut from the window and use them to depict bricks on the walls next to the window. Stick one piece of paper behind the window at the top, and another at the bottom. I used papers from Bo Bunny Silver & Gold collection, where my tree paper is from also. Corners were cut from Marianne Corner Dies.








Double Stepper Card

by Karen Mortensen

Cut a piece of cardstock size 6" x 12"

Score and fold at points:




Fold you card mountain and valley style and decorate as you wish.


Here I covered my card in Bo Bunny Rejoice paper, and used one of the images from the Bo Bunny Silver & Gold "What a Guy" paper to create a little additional piece for the back, which I attached using double-sided tape.

I drew a Christmas tree template and created three 6cm trees for my card. I am giving you the template for my tree here (right-click/save as - to save to your computer). There are two types here, dependant on which one you want to use.


Products used:


Tree Card

by Karen Mortensen

To show how versatile the tree template above is, here is another card I made with it:

I printed on the back of two papers I wanted to use, then cut them out intermingling the segments. Edges were sanded down for a distressed look.


I used two of our adorable downloads, from the fabulous "Santa's Little Helpers" bundle here. I decided on the ready coloured versions as I didn't have time to colour them in:


also used: Bo Bunny Elf Magic Paper, Prima Rose, Fibres




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