Saturday, 11 December 2021

Sweet Symmetry Double Z Fold Thank You Card. Ink Stamp Share December 2021 Showcase Blog Hop

 Good Afternoon Everyone

I'm blog hopping with the fabulous Ink Stamp Share Ladies today and it's the Showcase hop, so you are going to see a huge variety of different projects as we don't have a set theme.

I've made a Double Z Fold Card decorated with the stunning In Symmetry Suite. I've made this type of fold lots of times, and it always amazes me how different each one looks because of the DSP and finishing. This particular paper pack is pretty bold and makes a fabulous background for my floral cluster and sentiment.






Measurements

Bumble Bee  Card Stock 

1pc - 11" x 4 1/4", scored at 2 3/4" & 5 1/2"

1pc - 10" x 2 3/4", scored at 4 3/4" & 7 1/2"

Basic White Card Stock

1pc - 5 1/4" x 4"

scraps

Sweet Symmetry DSP

1pc - 5 1/4" x 4"

2pc - 2 1/2" x 4"

1pc - 2 1/2" x 2 1/2"

1pc - 4 1/2" x 2 1/2"

1pc - 2 1/4" x 2 1/2"

Fold and burnish both pieces of Bumblebee card stock, making sure you create a Z shape ( fold in half and then back on itself).

Now add all the DSP  and white card to the bases. Put the basic white onto the back of the card, and then you will find that all the rest just fit in one place so it's pretty easy to find their homes. 

Adhere the smaller z fold to the larger one, the larger piece has the bigger back panel to the right, the smaller piece leads with the larger panel. Add liquid glue to the back of the smallest panel on the small z fold piece and adhere to the centre of the larger back panel.

Now, fold all the pieces down, don't worry some to the edges will overlap - then add adhesive to the front piece of the smaller z, making sure you only add adhesive to the section that will be stuck to the other piece, otherwise you will just make a mess and stick it all closed!!

Stamp a selection of the Flowers and leaves, fussy cut and arrange in a cluster on the front panel. Add the sentiment to the centre,which has been cut using the scallop punch. I also added a bit of Bumblebee ink to the edges.

I hope you enjoyed today's card and will give it a go yourself, but before you do - please continue through the hop and see what everyone else has been creating this week. Please Click on the next button and see what the talented Libby Fens has to share...


Roll Call

Libby Fens

Angie McKenzie

Sue McDonald

Kim Price

Mo Rootes

Stacey Marsh

Tricia Butts

Gez Carpenter

Karen Egan

Annette Elias

Cindy Mitchell-Clark

Jill Chapman

Susan Simpson

Cheryl Taylor

The Stamping Ground

Linda Moore

Victoria Littlewood


Here's a list of supplies I used in today's project, click on the images to head over to my online store Product List


Thanks for joining me today, please make sure you sign up to my Newsletters - I send a Weekly Round Up so that you get to see all the projects I have made that week - plus I also send a Monthly email full of news and updates for the upcoming month.

Do get in touch if you would like to see a copy of our Annual Catalogue. I will also be sending out copies of the new Mini Catalogue soon - So let me know if you would like me to get one or both in the post for you. ( Mini catalogues will be despatched late Dec)

If you are on Facebook, why not pop over and check out our community group Craft & Banter. If you have a passion for paper craft, are brilliant at baking or a super talented seamstress then we would love to see you there. We share all types of crafting, run challenges and giveaways & generally have a right good natter.

See you soon 

Vickie 


4 comments:

  1. Such a bright, vibrant fun fold Vickie, love it x

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  2. Very nice cards and your blog is really nice thanks for sharing. If you need packaging solution of your things visit Impression Ville for best packaging solution.

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  3. great color combination - just love a Z fold card, thanks for sharing

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