Hoppy Easter Z-Fold Card

Hoppy Easter Z-Fold Card

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This z-fold card features stamps from the “Bunny Hop” stamp set by Newton’s Nook Designs.  The images were stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on water color paper (I love the texture!) and colored with Copic Markers (Y15, YG03, R85, C0, Bv20/R81, and 0).

A Tim Holtz Dusty Concord distress marker and the Tim Holtz marker spritzer tool were used to add the speckles to the two stamped panels.

Recollections Yellow Grey Plaid paper and a piece of the grey from the Recollections Coffee and Cream heavy weight card stock pack were added to the water color paper card base.

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The card base was created by scoring an 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inch panel at the 4 1/4 and 2 1/8 inch marks (in half and one side in half again).  Fold the card base in half, and fold the top half back on the scored line creating a Z.

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I created my inside panel the same size as my front panel and lined it up directly under the front panel so it is completely hidden when the card is closed.

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Currently, the Mod Squad Challenge is “ready for spring” where we are encouraged to “make a Spring themed card with flowers, bunnies, pastels…anything Spring.”

Thanks for checking out my card project!

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5 thoughts on “Hoppy Easter Z-Fold Card

  1. So fun and filled with Easter cheer! That is a really cute image. And, there are so many fun fold cards I want to try someday. I never seem to have enough time though.

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