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Monday, 7 November 2016

Ooh La La Step Lever Card by Bridget Louw


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Hi everyone, it's Bridget here with my Design Team post for November..I am still trying to figure out where this year has gone!

Today I have made a Step Lever card. I found the tutorial on a card making site I have followed for many years.


I have made the card to their exact measurements and the card came out perfectly & is a good size too. Go grab your Ooh La La stash and play along.

Step 1
Cut two 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" pieces of cream cardstock
Score the first piece of cardstock at 4 1/4" and fold in half. This will be the card itself. On the side that is the front, cut out a square window, 1” from all 4 sides.



Step 2
Score the second piece of cardstock at 4 1/4" and 6 3/8”. Go in 2 1/8” from the left edge and score down to 1” from the top and up to 1” from the bottom.

Note:
This will be the inside of the card.

Step 3
To cut the “lever” that will fit through the card front “window”, go in 1” from the left edge and cut a slit that starts 1” from the top and goes down to 1” from the bottom.


Step 4
Cut from the top and bottom ends of that slit over to the 2 1/8” score line. This produces the “lever” that will fit through the front window.

Step 5
Fold on all score lines. Folds should be valley/mountain/valley folded.


Step 6
Add adhesive to the “backside” of the left and right panels of the cardstock you just scored and glue it inside the card. The “lever” tucks inside of the front “window”. If this is a tight fit, trim a sliver off the top and bottom of the lever so that it will move freely through the window.



Step 7
Cut a 4” x 5 1/4” piece of patterned paper for the front of the card. Cut in 7/8” from all 4 sides to make the decorative layer for the front of the card.



Step 8
For the inside of the card, cut 3 strips of patterned paper 1 7/8” x 5 1/4” tall. Cut a fourth piece 3 1/8” wide by 5 1/4” tall.
Adhere two of the 1 7/8” pieces to cover the two right panels inside the card. The third will be used to cover the left side of the panel after you shape it.


Step 9
On the remaining 1 7/8” x 5 1/4” piece, cut in 1” from the RIGHT side, 7/8” from the top and 7/8” from the bottom. Make a vertical cut that connects these two cuts, so that the remaining piece of patterned paper looks like a “C”. Adhere this to the LEFT panel of the inside of the card.

Step 10
On the 3 1/8” x 5 1/4” patterned paper, cut in 1 1/8” from the LEFT side, 7/8” from the top and 7/8” from the bottom. Cut down from the top and up from the bottom to meet these two cuts and remove those two small squares of paper. This creates a shape that will cover the “lever” part of the card.

Adhere inside the card on the remaining panel.





Step 11
Once the main component of the card has been assembled die cut all your embellishments to decorate the card. I used the Elemental Corner Set from Ultimate Crafts (Ooh La La). The Tessa Doily Die Set from the same collection created the centerpiece for the front of the car, along with the hand cut butterfly from the patterned paper.










Thank you for joining me once again. I hope to see you all again soon.
Hugs, Bridget

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2 comments:

Frances Botha said...

It is beautiful I am definitely going to try this.

Kerrie Gurney said...

fabulous tutorial Bridget and great card. I love a construction card

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