The next challenge in our group was Z fold card, she had us take a 6" x 12" card stock for the base. On the left side measure 3" from the bottom, place a mark and then cut from that point up to the tip of the cardstock to get the angle. Then score your cardstock starting at the 3" side at 4 and 8 inches. At your 4" mark mountain fold and at the 8" valley fold. It really doesn't matter which way you fold it, if you do it opposite it will open the other way. Hope that is understandable. There are many tutorials out there on different folds so you can just google and get all kinds of ideas.
This first view is of it just lying on the table, so you can see what it looks like all folded up.
This next picture is of it all open with the sentiment panel.
This next picture is it standing.
DCWV-- Crafty paper
Hampton Art -- Hydrangea collage stamp, colored with markers with distress inks on the background and wink of stella clear pen on some of the perals
Spellbinders -- Carnation creation die
BasicGrey -- Brad
Stampendous -- Birthday assortment stamp set
Three bugs in a rug -- Bloomin doodles rubons
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