Welcome to the Cutters Creek Echo Park blog hop. You should have found your way here from Deanna’s Blog. If you are off track, I will post the order again at the end of the post. For my project I have used 2 different Echo Park paper packs. I combined the Essentials dots and stripes packs in Metropolitan and Candy Shoppe to make this Halloween stair step card.
I love this type of card when you want to fit a bunch of die cuts into a small space. The stairs are graduated and the back one is the tallest. I cut the Halloween shapes from the Happy Hauntings cricut cartridge. I alternated between the stripes and the dots in the two paper packs.
To make a stair step card you start with an 5 1/2 x 10 inch piece of paper. You score the paper at 1 1/4, 2 1/2, 4 1/4, 6 , and 8 1/4 inches with a scor-pal and then accordion fold it. Stagger the die cuts so you can see them when the card is both open and closed. Here is a picture of the card when it is closed.
Now from here you need to hop on over to Laura’s Blog. If you have gotten off track, here is the full line up.