Big Shot, Cards, Fun Fold, Halloween, Paper Pumpkin, Photopolymer

Trick or Treat Double Z-Fold Card

OMG!!  Is this card too freakin’ awesome or what!?!?  I have seen these Double Z-Fold Cards for the last few months and have never made one.  They are relative simple to make, I have noted the cardstock measurements that I used on my card (noted below) and while it was easy to assemble, just a little time consuming to stamp, punch, and die-cut the various pieces.  Due to the layers and dimensonals that I used, it will not lay flat (note my fingers in the picture below to hold it closed)!  I am beyond thrilled with how this turned out and I will be making more of these special folded cards in the future.

I used the September Paper Pumpkin (Something Good to Eat) stamp set for the pumpkins.  For the moon, I used the 2″ Circle Punch and sponged it with Daffodil Delight and Cajun Craze Classic Ink.  I also sponged the mummy with Crumb Cake Classic Ink.  I used various markers for the treat bags and Dracula; Brights (Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, Rich Razzleberry, Real Red) Regals (Crushed Curry) and Neutrals (Smoky Slate).

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Cardstock cuts for this project:

Basic Gray: 4-1/4″ x 11″ and scored at 2-3/4″ and 5-1/2″

Basic Gray: 1″ x 11″ and scored at 2-3/4″ and 5-1/2″

Old Olive: 1-1/2″ x 11″ and scored at 2-3/4″ and 5-1/2″

DSP: 4″ x 5-1/4″, 2-1/2″ x 4″ (cut 2)

 

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