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Snowflake Sentiments z-Fold card | Video Tutorial

I want to say a BIG thank you to all the lovely comments and emails I received for my original card made with the Snowflakes Sentiments bundle, I am quite humbled to say the least!



I had so many questions and requests about how to make the I decided to make another for you and create a video tutorial.



I've used my "signature" colour as the base for this card, and adjusted the measurements slightly so that I could fit the Season's Greetings sentiment for this project.



I used a colour combination of Powder Pink, Berry Burst, Wisteria Wonder and Pool Party with Silver Glimmer paper for this card - I just love this combination, (but I am partial to pink ), it's so pretty!



I work in metric measurements, but have also tried my best to convert to imperial inches for you too - the principal for cutting and aligning the die cuts is the same regardless. Here's the tutorial of making this card - enjoy!


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  1. What a beautiful card I wished I had gotten the Season,s Greetings bundle

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    1. There is still time Christine - it's a great bundle, I have made heaps of different projects with it

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  2. Hi Sue,
    Thanks for this Great tutorial for this wonderful card!!!
    Regards Form Germany
    Biggie

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  3. Stunning card! Thanks for the tutorial.
    From Iowa in the USA.

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  4. Thank you for sharing the wonderful tutorial. I hope that you don't mind that I shared with the wonderful women that come to my Stampin' Up Classes. I am a SU demo from Elkton MD USA

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  5. Just got my computer back up after loosing it for 5 days with a wind storm here in Maine. The first thing I did was look for this video. Thank you so much for sharing this. I just love this beautiful card.

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    1. aww thanks Pam, I hope you didn't suffer to much damage with the storm, great that you are back online :)

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  6. This is really a work of art. Just saying! :)

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  7. That is just beautiful..... only a special person would get a card with so much work on it ... great tutorial, fabulous sense of colour ... thanks

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  8. Beautiful card and great instructions.....loved it. From Arkansas,USA

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  9. Thank you for sharing this amazing card Sue. Great instructions also.
    Stampin’Up! Demonstrator from Horsham Victoria Australia 🇦🇺

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  10. Thank you for the video. Your card is gorgeous.

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  11. thank you so much for sharing this card. they are very beautiful, but I think I'm partial to the pink. to me the colors just show up better.

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  12. Awesome card!! I love it! Is it okay to CASE it?

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    1. Sure thing - that's why I created the turorial so you could :)

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  13. Just beautiful!! Thank you for the video! It is excellent!

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  14. Thank you so much for the wonderful tutorial for this gorgeous card.

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  15. Merci pour cette magnifique carte et ce super tutoriel. Ginette de Québec

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  16. I absolutely LOVE this design so much I had to buy the bundle. I do have one question though you did not give us the length of paper for long side. Did you use your A4 paper size? I'm not sure what the dimensions are for that. Could you let us know! Thank you for this glorious creation!

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    1. In Australia we have A4 card stock, a full sheet measures 21cm x 29.7cm

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  17. Finally I am making this card. I had to adjust the measurements for the paper in Canada but that was not difficult. This is a birthday card for my daughter whose birthday is in January. My color is an old one - Almost Amethyst. It was fun. Thanks so much for your tutorial.

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