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Sunday, October 26, 2014

4 Step Card

Hello. I have made another 4 step card from this tutorial on FromMyCraftRoom...I used many dies and an image off google images. to finish the card Front



  1. Gorgeous colours and style of card here Loz, love making these too, and loving the awesome design as always....don't forget my candy ends soon.
    aNNie xx
    The Journey is the Start

  2. Brilliant! I love every bit of it.

    Snoopy :D

  3. Wow! What a great card shape! Beautifully decorated both on the front and on the inside!

  4. gorgeous card Loz, beautiful decorations colours and design..

  5. Beautiful card! Love all the details :)

  6. A spectacular card. This is a terrific design and I love the dramatic colours

  7. Gorgeous card, Loz. Looks complicated...but well worth the effort.
    xxx Asha

  8. WEll well this is wonderful, I would love to give this a try one day, but I struggle as it is to get everything done, bite off more than I can chew, Must cut down a bit to make time for other things. xxx

  9. I love the inside of your card stunning Loz it looks like a real stair to go up stair and that snowman hihi cute he is inside the it not melted Loz...(SMILE) but cute and wonderfully done Loz..

  10. The step card looks so cool...I have to make one soon
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts Kids Projects


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