When I find a z-fold card that's not only beautiful, but easy to make, it makes me soooo happy!  This is a card recipe you can use over and over with different designer series paper and colors.  But today, I'm using Stampin' Blends with True Love DSP to make this stunning card.  This card recipe is from Missy Shipman of Glad Heart Stampers and Jackie Bolhuis from Klompenstampers.  This will be a go-to card design that you can use over and over. Here are a few cards:

True love dsp z fold cards 2


I have used Stampin' Blends markers to color the True Love designer series paper.  In my video tutorial at the bottom of the page, I show you how I use the light and dark blends in each color set.

True love dsp z fold yellow 2

True Love dsp z fold puple 2


Watch the video tutorial to see how to make these cards:


Paper measurements for this card:

Card stock for base - 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 scored at 4 1/4"

Card stock (white) for inside sentiment - 5 1/4 x 4"

scrap of Basic White card stock for tag on front

Basic Black card stock for mat on front - 3 1/8 x 4 1/8"

DSP for front - 3 x 4"

DSP for inside panel - 5 1/4 x 1 3/4"


Click on any of the supplies below to order from my online store.  Use the February Host Code Y3VVHXKT at check out with a $50.00 or more order and receive the beautiful resin hearts FREE as a thank you from me.  If your order total is more than $150.00 don't use the host code so you will receive hostess benefits from Stampin' Up!  I will still send you the resin hearts.

Thank you so much for stopping by!

Happy stamping!!




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