Eid Step Card Tutorial

ACraftyArab Eid Step Card

Eid Mubarak! That means Blessed Eid in Arabic. Tomorrow is Eid Al Fitr, the holiday to celebrate the conclusion of the month of Ramadan.

 

For our #CraftyRamadan 30 day challenge tutorial today, I made a handmade step card. I would rate this as an adult craft since there is a lot of measuring and folding.

 

Supplies

12×12 cardstock
Chipboard letters
Chalk
Corner punch
Double sided tape
Decorative paper
Fabric flower and brad
3D butterfly sticker

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I used the tutorial here to cut the card.

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I used the corner punch to round out the edges.

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I cut the decorative paper to fit inside the blank areas of the card. I rounded out the edges of all the paper before adding it on with double sided tape.

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I added a 3d butterfly to the lower area of the card.

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I layered the four fabric flowers and attached to each other with a brad. I added a stem and grass to the right side of the card.

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I didn’t like how the chipboard letters were white, so I used chalk ink to make them gold.

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After all three letters were done, I added them to the card on the “steps”.

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I can later add a white piece of paper to the right side to write my personal note. My card was ready to fold and mail.

 

I just realized I forgot to take a photo of the card closed, so I’ll have to do it sometime during the day.

 

I had so much fun making that step card, I made another. This one says Eid Mubarak in Arabic.

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Here is a closeup. Be sure to follow A Crafty Arab Facebook page where I’ll be giving it away for free.

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Please visit A Crafty Arab’s Zibbet shop to check out other handmade cards I’ve made.

 

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