The Z-fold card, for me, could be the very first type of fun fold card I made. I don't remember what stamp set I used when I made it, but I do remember thinking it was super cool. I often avoid the Z-fold card now because it seems so simple and provincial. But really, is it? Or have my fun fold expectations just changed over the years?
Recently I decided, what the heck? A Z-fold card IS super cool, and there is no harm in bringing it up again. So here it is, the Z-fold card I made Wednesday during What's Up! Stampers:
Z-folding is easy...fold in half, then fold the front half back on itself to create a "Z."
The Friendly Gnomes stamp set (and coordinating Gnomes Dies) combines really well with the Rain or Shine Designer Series Paper, and I really enjoyed creating this one. You can see the paper sizes below.
Thick Basic White cardstock:
-8 1/2" x 5 1/2", scored at 2 1/8" and in half at 4 1/4"
Basic White cardstock:
-4" x 5 1/4" for the inside
-Scraps for stamping and cutting out the gnome, balloon, and stabilizing the Designer Series Paper circle
Mango Melody cardstock:
-4" x 5 1/4"
Rain or Shine Designer Series Paper:
-3 3/4" x 5"
-Circle from Layering Circles Dies
-Partical circle from Layering Circles Dies
-4" x 1" for the inside
For a complete list of products I used to create this card, scroll to the bottom of this blog post. And don't forget to check out the video tutorial over on my Facebook page.
Get the Last Chance items I used on my card before they go away for good! You can shop here.
Happy Z-folding my friends!