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Friday, May 26

🙙 Love & Support Z Fold Card 🙚



Hello Everyone!

I hope you are all well and looking forward to the weekend :)

It has been really hot where I live; in the U.K and being a sun baby myself. I am really enjoying crafting with the sun beaming in through my patio doors :)

For today's card I have used a retiring stamp set and one that will be appearing in the new catalogue as a hostess stamp set.

Also used on this card, there is brand new In-colour DSP, card stock and ink. I used the brand new colour Tranquil Tide which is a rich teal colour....stunning!

The retiring stamp set used today was the Designer Tin of Cards stamp set.

Designer Tin of Cards Photopolymer Stamp Set
Another set I will be sorry to see go. This set has so many sentiments in one set and on top of that you have the little extras like the tiny balloon or flower. So many possibilities. It is definitely one to add to your collection.

If you currently do not own this set, I would definitely recommend it :) It will be available until May 31st so be quick if you want to get yourself one. I will link it down below.

TUTORIAL

For the card base, as I mentioned above. I have used one of the five new in colours; Tranquil Tide. Also the Design Paper I used is in Tranquil Tide. Both of which will be available June 1st. 

Card base - 12 x 6 inches (31 x 15 1/2 cms)

Score @ 6 and 9 inches (15 1/2 and 23 cms)

You will also need to cut a strip of card stock the same colour as your card base.

12 x 1/2 inches (31 x 2 1/2  cms)

Score @ 6 and 9 inches (15 1/2 and 23 cms)

Other card stock needed....

Design Paper -

2 pieces @ 2 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches (7 x 14 1/2 cms)

1 piece @ 5 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches (14 1/2 x 14 1/2 cms)

Very Vanilla card stock -

2 pieces @ 2 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches (6 1/2 x 14 cms)

1 piece @ 5 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches (14 x 14 cms)

1 piece @ 5 3/4 x 1 1/4 inches (14 1/2 x 3 cms)

2 pieces @ 2 3/4 x 1 1/4 inches (7 x 3 cms)

With all of the pieces of Very Vanilla card stock. You will need to stamp your chosen design using the ink pads Tranquil Tide and Elegant Eggplant.

On the two pieces measuring 2 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches (6 1/2 x 14 cms) I stamped the sentiment "Love & Support" (Designer Tin of Cards stamp set) in a diagonal pattern; using the Tranquil Tide ink pad.

The floral stamp is from one of the new Hostess stamp sets coming June 1st.

This has been stamped using the Elegant Eggplant ink plant.

For the large square piece of Very Vanilla card stock. The same flower has been stamped in opposite corners.

The three heart stamp; which is next to the flower. Is from the Designer Tin of Cards stamp set and has been stamped, again using the Tranquil Tide ink pad.

For the three strips of Very Vanilla card stock. All of the stamps used are from the Designer Tin of Cards stamp set.

Each corner detail is using the Tranquil Tide ink pad and the Elegant Eggplant ink pad was used for all other stamping.

Time to build the card...

Using tear and tape, attach the strips of Very Vanilla card stock on to the long strip of Tranquil Tide card stock.

(Make sure to have the largest of the three sections of the strip; to the left)

With dimensional's. Adhere the two rectangle pieces of Very Vanilla card stock to the relevant piece of DSP. That is 1/4 inch larger.

With tear and tape, attach the square piece of Very Vanilla card stock to its relevant piece of DSP.

Then again using tear and tape. Attach your three pieces of DSP to the card base.

Place a diamante gem to each corner detail that there is on the strip.

Close the card up and attach the strip along the bottom of your card. 

Voila!!

You have now finished today's card :)

I hope you have enjoyed today's tutorial and as always I will list everything that I have used (apart from the products from the new catalogue) down below; along with their links to where you can purchase them.

I am really looking forward to the new catalogue. Less that a week to go now!!! :)

Have a fab rest of your day and I will see you all back here tomorrow.

Take care & Always sparkle

Stazzy

xxXxx







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