Today is the LAST day for Sale-A-Bration for 2016! It has been my best Sale-A-Bration so far! Thank you everyone who put me down as their demonstrator! You are the best!
I wanted to get this card on my blog for the end of the month as it has a fabulous stamp set from Sale-A-Bration named Botanicals for you! I am really thinking of keeping this stamp set for myself. I love how big the "Just For You" is and the other stamps in the set. I hope they have something like this in the new Annual Catalog that comes out soon!
I saw this kind of card on another demonstrators blog and fell in love with it. I had never made a Z Fold Card so I thought this would be perfect for my Creative Fold Class. It looked like it might take some time to make it, but it was actually a pretty fast and simple card. That is the type of card you want when you are in a hurry.
I used the stamp sets Botanicals For You, Birthday Blossoms and Grateful Bunch to make this card. You will also need the following supplies to make this card.
Calypso Coral Cardstock #122925
- cut 2 pieces at 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"
Night of Navy Cardstock #100867
- cut at 4" x 5 1/4"
Whisper White Cardstock #100730
- 3 3/4" x 5"
- 3 1/4" x 11" score at 2" and 6 1/2"
You will stamp you images on the white piece of paper and make the banners out of Regals and Subtles Designer Series Paper Stack. The Glitter Tape is from Sale-A-Bration as well.
This is how you will fold you white piece of paper to look like a Z.
The section that has the 3 layers will adhere to the smallest section of the white paper. I centered the bottom section of the white paper onto the piece of Calypso Coral paper. I did use stronger adhesive, such as fast fuse, on this card, just because of the way it was being opened. You will then want to fold the white paper down and put adhesive on the top section of the white paper. You will want to line up the two pieces of Calypso Coral paper to get them even.
Here is a picture of the card open so you can see what I mean.
I hope this gives you some inspiration and help on how to make this card. Thank you for stopping by!