Sandie is back with a fab new tutorial today featuring one of the awesome new Oddball animal stamps! That turtle…he just gets me…
Upright Z-Fold Card
For the panels, cut:
Adhere the panels to the card base
Cut a ‘hill’ from some green card or patterned paper and trim to 4″ wide.
Stamp the sentiment onto white card and cut out using the pennant die.
Adhere the grass hill to the card front.
Adhere the sentiment to the top left of the card front, ensuring to keep it down a little so that the stopper doesn’t catch it when the card is standing.
For the stopper you can use a flower, or paper circle on a dimensional or a good sized brad. The one used on this card is 0.5″ in diameter.
Measure half way across the back panel of the card base and make a cut through all the layers, about 0.5″ down. Insert the brad and secure it with the legs at the back, leaving a little slack so that the card front can slip underneath.
Stamp Oddball Turtle onto white card and colour using your desired medium.
Cut the Turtle out using the coordinating CUT-IT-OUT die, or use a precision scissors to fussy cut. Adhere to the card front using dimensionals.
Position the front panel about half way over the brad, hold the card flat and mark where to apply glue. Only apply the adhesive on the back of the card front where it sits on the very front section of the card base.
Decorate using enamel dots.
To stand the card up, slide the front panel behind the brad.
Over To You!
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