My first stepper card - a commission for a 21st birthday card for a 'girly girl'. This was for the daughter of the recipient of the 50th birthday card I made a few weeks ago so I couldn't use the handbag this time!
I cut the card base with the craft robo, after running it through the printer to add polka dots to both sides (as the 'wrong' side is visible from the front of the card). I can't remember where the shoe image came from but I digitally paper-pieced it to coordinate with the rest of the card. The paper designs are all from Pink Petticoat, although I had to use a bit of jiggery-pokery to change the colourway to suit.
As ever I had to make a matching box as the card was way too deep for an envelope, so designed a basic template for the craft robo and cut it from printed card. The words 'twenty one' and 'Heather' were also cut with the robo, as were the large flowers. The trim on the box is of course made with a Martha Stewart punch.
I'm pleased to report that my customer loved the finished card - I must learn not to worry so much, lol!