I have a fun fold to share with you today – a double z fold. It’s so simple but so fun! This was one of the cards we created at stamp club this month. There’s still time to join if you’d like to reap the hostess benefits one month without having to clean your house and have people over! It can be done online or in person – that means anyone across Canada can join! If you’d like more information, just let me know.
This style of card requires two many pieces of cardstock and then you can dress it up as desired. The base is a 4-1/4″ x 11″ piece of cardstock (cucumber crush) scored at 2-3/4″ and 5-1/2″ from one of the short sides. Then you fold at the 2-3/4″ fold as a mountain fold and the 5-1/2″ score line as a valley fold. This is your card base.
The other piece is a 1″ x 11″ piece of cardstock, again scored at 2-3/4″ and 5-1/2″. The 2-3/4″ score line will be folded as a valley fold and the 5-1/2″ score line as a mountain fold. So the opposite of the card base. Then they get attached to one another. I’ve filmed a video on how to assemble it. Let’s face it, most of us crafters are visual learners right?!
Have a creative day!