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Zig Zag Card - Fun Fold

Another really easy fun fold card. That looks super effective. This one incorporates stamps from the Daisy Mae Design Village Bakery Collection and really makes me want cake....

The video tutorial is on my YouTube channel Mrs H's Crafty Corner

Supplies Used

2 x A4 Card in Blue 
White card for stamping and stencilling 
1 Sheet Patterned Paper
Daisy Mae Design Afternoon Tea and Celebration Cake Stamp Sets
Spectrum Noir Tri Blend Markers
Lots of Love Stencil by Clearly Besotted
Distress Ink in Frayed Burlap, Bundled Sage and  Antique Linen


Cut both sheets of A4 to a width of 6 Inch. Score these at 2 1/2 Inch and 5 1/2 Inch. 

 On the short edge place a small visual mark at 2 1/2 Inch. 

From this tiny mark to the top of the 2nd score line cut

Fold the folds one valley, the next mountain on both pieces of card 

Stick the back panels of the two cards on top.of each other so the folds are facing upwards

Take a piece of white card and use the lots of love stencil from clearly besotted and the distress inks in antique linen, bundled sage and frayed burlap, stencil the hearts

Trim this down so that it measures 5 1/2 Inch by 5 1/2 Inch. Attach to the middle square of blue card

From the patterned paper cut 2 pieces that are 2 1/2 Inches wide with one length meassuring 5 3/4 inch and the other side  meassuring 3 3/4 Inch. This will give you the slant at the top make sure you cut them as a mirror image of each other if using single sided paper and stick on the panels as you can see in the picture above.

For the smaller front panels a piece of white card was distressed using frayed burlap distress ink and cut to 2 1/4 Inches wide, with one length meassuring 3 3/4 the other length meassuring 2 1/4. These were then attached to the front panels

The coloured stamps were fussy cut and arranged between the front and inside

Thank you for reading

Happy Crafting

Claire xx


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