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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