Finally, I was able to try the very popular stepper card. I'm actually very late in catching up with this design. I compiled all the instructions and tutorials on this design a long time ago but I kept on delaying the project. The first batch that I made were done manually which was very time consuming. So I thought of creating a template in the Silhouette Studio. Success!!! The next batch of stepper cards were created in no time at all. Since I created this template without the use of any of Silhouette's design, I think it is safe for me to share this with anyone wishing to have it so feel free to indicate your request on your comment below if want to have the template.
The card (folded) measures 5" high and 6" wide. I used 6" x 12" card stock (cut from 12" x 12"). On the template, the base of the card is "no cut" as I maximized the whole 6" x 12" material. This means that you need to position your card stock on your cutting mat (carrier sheet) EXACTLY as you see it on your drawing area or virtual mat (carrier sheet) on your screen in Studio. Make sure to adjust your "Reveal carrier sheet" on the PAGE window (red square icon on the menu) to reveal the virtual mat. It's critical to position your card stock accurately on the carrier sheet so that the perforations for the mountain and valley folds, including the cuts, will fall exactly where they should be.