Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Wedding Couple Circle Step Card

 Happy Wednesday,

Hope everyone is well. Well this is June and that is normally the time we are invited or see a lot of weddings happening. My card today is one that I created a circle step card on the Silhouette Cameo after a friend asked if I could do this rather than having to cut this. So Kim and Joann this is for you. I will have the files at the end of this post for anyone who would like them. This was fun to try and make and was happy that it turned out. 


The image is a Mo's Digital Pencil Too image. The couple are colored with my copics. You can't see it all that well but the brides dress has Stardust stickles on it. The funny thing is the flowers on the back of the dress are a pale pink but darn if you can see that in the photo.


As with the card base the layers and flourishes were cut using my cameo. The image and mat were also cut with the cameo as well. 


The verse is one that I have had for years by Stampin Up. I did use a spellbinders die to cut that out with. I did break out my embossing folders and used one of my spellbinder folders that is reversible to emboss the white layers

The black "pearls" are really a glitter pearl. I don't often us flowers but this beauty was one I purchased from the Dollar Tree a couple years back. So I did use some of my "stuff" from my stash and stopped hoarding it. LOL


Here are the files for you to download. One file is a 7 inch version and the other a 6 inch version. Now there is one step you will need to break out the scissors for but just a little snip and it will take care of it. Below are the pictures showing what you will need to do once you fold your card. Some may not care but some may want to do this. 


As you can see when you do the fold there is a little over hang on the circle now. You can take your scissor and trim using the circle to guild you. 


See just a little snip


And this is what it will look like after you have snipped that piece off. 
If you are using the layering pieces for the steps, you will need to shorten the side a tad because you have removed this piece. 

I hope if you have a Silhouette you will give this a try. Much easier than measuring and cutting by hand. LOL
Thanks for stopping by today.

I am entering this into the following challenges. 

Country View Crafts (Die Cuts)

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