Diamond Z Fold for Christmas

Today I have a Diamond Z Fold using the gorgeous poinsettia images from the Boughs of Holly Designer Series Paper.


  • Take a piece of Real Red Cardstock 29.7cm x 10.5cm. Score on the long side at 5.25cm and 14.8cm.
  • On the short side closest to the 5.25cm score line, make a mark at 5.25cm.
  • Cut from the top at the 5.25cm score line to the mark on the side. Repeat from the bottom. This will create a pointed edge.
  • Fold back on the 5.25cm line and add a piece of Real Red cardstock 7.4cm x 7.4cm over the pointed edge to create a diamond. Add a 6.9cm square layer with sentiment and embellishments.
  • Decorate front left hand side with DSP 8.5cm x 9.5cm,
  • Decorate inside with DSP 13.8cm x 9.5cm. Add a piece of Basic White to write message.
  • Supplies:
    • Stamp Set: Framed & Festive
    • Cardstock: Real Red, Basic White, Boughs of Holly DSP
    • Ink: Real Red
    • Accessories: Iridescent Rhinestones

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5 thoughts on “Diamond Z Fold for Christmas

  1. Thanks Annette no the card is perfect size for our Australian A4. I tried to access another beautiful pointsettia card with a double z fold which i saw last week but cannot find tutorial path on Split Coast.

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  2. Thank you Heather. Sorry to hear about your health issues. I hope that you heal soon. Let me know if you need any help making the card in a different size.


  3. Thankyou Annette. I have had problems seeing the screen this past week as i have developed Bells Palsy on top of recent face surgery. I can’t wait to try your lovely card in Oz is slightly narrower but can work it out.

    Sent from my iPhone


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