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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Z-Fold card while using more retired products...Directions below.

Here is my version of a Z-Fold card I made while using up more of my stash of retired Designer Series Paper (DSP).
It looks like a regular card, until it is opened.  (The inside greeting is completely hidden behind the front label when card is in the closed position.)
This is a fun and easy card to make!
Z-Fold card_closed_by Micki Daniel   All images ©Stampin'Up! 2012

Z-Fold card_open_by Micki Daniel   All images ©Stampin'Up! 2012

Z-Fold card_side view_by Micki   Images ©Stampin'Up! 2012





















































Directions: To make the Z-fold card base, start with a 8 1/2" wide by 5 1/2" tall piece of cardstock. Score at: 2 1/8" and  4 1/4".  Fold back at the 2 1/8" score line...then fold forward at the 4 1/4" score line.   (Decorate as desired.)
Have fun making your own Z-fold card today!

P.S. Hurry!  Hurry!  You only have SEVEN (7) DAYS LEFT...TO ORDER any of the retiring stamps!  Don't miss-out on getting the "favorite sets" you've had on your "wish list".  (See SIDE BAR for retired list.)   You may order directly ONLINE by clicking on this link:  www.JoyFull.StampinUp.net

19 comments:

Brenda Rigby Riehle said...

Your Z card turned out beautiful. Love the color combos too. I really need to expand my horizons and try making a few different things like this especially after seeing how nice yours turned out. Thanks so much for sharing your project.

wanda box said...

beautiful card thanks for sharring

Kat said...

Love this card! I am following your blog:)

Kat said...

Love this card. Looking forward to trying it:) I am now a follower of your blog!

Jeri said...

This is lovely...and my favorite retired DSP!

Nikki said...

This is beautiful! I love the simplicity and the elegance that it has!! Thanks for following me...I am following you now too.

Laurie Reaume said...

Beautiful! Love the colors very subtle. Will definately have to try one. I am your newest follower from SC.
www.stampwithlaur.blogspot.com

Kazza said...

love this card, will have to have a go myself.
I am now following you from SC and would love you to follow me too.
www.kazzasworld/blogspot.com

Valérie Perlin Démonstratrice Stampin up ! said...

Thank you for your visit on my blog,my english language is not very well but I try.... ;)
I'm going to follow you know that you let me know it ;)
Thank you
See you soon
Val

Maike Blank said...

Hi Micki,
beautiful card. I really like your style and follow your blog now.
Best regards from Germany,
Maike
simply-sweet-things.blogspot.com

Laurie Reaume said...

Love the colours of this card. I am your newest follower from SC
www.stampwithlaur.blogspot.com

Andrea Gideon said...

Micki your Z-fold card is really pretty. Andyour right its an easy card to make but classy looking.
My next workshop this card style is what were going to make.

Andrea
www.stampinlab.blogspot.com

Vicki Fraser independent STAMPIN' UP demonstrator said...

lovely card - same dsp that I was using up too, they say great minds think alike lol. thanks for following me :)

Maike Blank said...

Hi. I really like you blog. I am glad I found it thru SC and follow it from now on. All the best, Maike from Germany

Alison xx said...

This is one of my favourite DSP ever. Great card and thank you for follwoing me. A xx

Terry Blais said...

Hi! The Z card looks great. I'm following you now from SC and hope you'll follow me.

Happy Stampin'

Terry
http://goinovertheedge.blogspot.com

Carole said...

I just watched a video on how to make this type of card and was wishing that I had written directions. I went to my blog, saw that you followed me, so I came here to follow you and you made the same card!! With written directions!! I love the colors you used:)

Carole said...

Micki,
I'm one of your blog followers and I'd like to invite you to visit our new Color Challenge Blog. http://colormebeautifulchallenge.blogspot.com/

My friend, and fellow Stampin' Up! demo, AnnMarie Byrant, and I have been working on this new blog for over a month. Come meet our new design Team on Friday August 31 and check out our new color challenge blog! We will throw out our very first color challenge this Saturday, September 1st!!
We'd love to have you come play along with us!

BBliss said...

Micki, Thanks for your comment and following my blog. I love this. The colors and design are beautiful!