Today I have another card for you using New Horizons Suite Collection from Jan-Jun Stampin’ Up! ® Mini. Made using a Fun Fold Card, Up-Right Z-Fold Card .
Have you added the New Horizons Suite to your ‘MUST HAVE LIST’. It is a suite that when I first saw it I fell in love with it, then there was ‘How do I use it?’ Now it’s….. what else can I do? There is so much you can do with it. One side of the DSP you have the scenes already created and you can just add a bit of stamping. Then on the reverse side of the DSP you have beautiful colour washers that you can cut with the dies to create your own scenes or DSP, this will be my next challenge to try out.
This card I am calling a Up-Right Z-Fold Card. The base of the card is a Z fold, then there is a piece that comes over the front forming the Card Front. Underneath I have added a Brace so the front of the Z-fold does not move forward. The brace has a fold in the middle so it can fold up and fit into out standard envelope. On the front of the Z-fold I have added a fence line and grass, this is so the card front can just slip in behind to hold in place.
** See the Diagram below
Measurements & Basic Instructions used-
- Z-Fold Basic White: 10.5 x 29.9cm, scored at 14.9 & 22.4.
- I found this easiest to score the 14.9cm and then just fold one side in half to form the Z-fold
- Card Front Misty Moonlight: 8.5 x 29.9cm, scored at 14.9cm
- Adhere back portion of the card to the inside of the Basic White Z-Fold
- Brace Basic White: 10.5 x 2cm, score at 1.5, 5.3 & 9cm
- Fold each of the score lines to form a W shape
- Place adhesive on each of the 1.5cm tabs and adhere to the underneath of Z fold. (see diagram below) This stops the front of Z-fold moving to far forward.
- New Horizons DSP: 8.1 x 14.5cm
- Stamp trees using Evening Evergreen Ink
- Stamp grass using Soft Succulent Ink
- Card Insert Basic White: 8.1 x 14.5cm
- Using the Soft Succulent Ink stamp grass along the bottom edge using 1st and 2nd Gen stamping
- Adhere to the inside of the Card front piece
- Sign Crumb Cake: 10 x 14.5.
- Sign Post-Stamp the Timber stamp one under the other, using Crumb Cake Ink and fussy cut length for post approx 10cm.
- Sign stamp and die cut, cut the sign in half following the plank lines.
- Sponge around all the edges with Crumb Cake Ink.
- Stamp sentiment on the top one. Layer the signs either side of the post.
- Fence Basic White: 7 x 10.5cm.
- Stamp Timber stamp using Crumb Cake twice side by side, so the fence die fits across.
- Die cut fence.
- Sponge fence with Crumb Cake Ink
- Place dimensional strip ( I used the left over strips along the edges for this) along bottom edge and attach to the front of the Z-fold.
- Grass Soft Succulent: Scrap approx 4 x 8cm
- glue across the front of the fence to hind your dimensional strip
- Add some Peddles Enamel Shapes
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