Wildwood Cottage Zig-Zag Four Panel Card

Wildwood Cottage Zig-Zag Four Panel Card

Hi everyone!

As most of you know I am a huge fan of Fancy Folds and when I saw this card on Pinterest I knew I just had to try my hand at it ūüôā


A little closer look at the lovely images:


Products Used:

HCPC-3769 – Wildwood Florals Cling Stamp Set
HCPC-3770 – Wildwood Cottage Darlings Cling Stamp Set
HCPC-3772 – Wildwood Cottage Accents Cling Stamp Set
HCD1-747 – Arianna Lace Die
HCD2-750 – Cut Mat Create 1B Die
HCD1-7125 – Wildwood Florals Die
HCD1-7126 – Wildwood Cottage Darlings Die
HCD1-7128 – Wildwood Cottage Accents Die
HCDP1-274 – Wildwood Cottage Paper Collection
Memento Dye Ink Pad – Sweet Plum
Memento Dye Ink Pad – Desert Sand
Memento Dye Ink Pad – Tuxedo Black
Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit
Art Institute Glue – Dries Clear Glue
Spellbinders Tool N’ One
Scor-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board

Project Instructions:

Other products:  White Card Stock, Spellbinders Renaissance Vine, Versamark, White Detail Embossing Powder, Archival Inks (Watering Can and Cornflower Blue), Dove Blending Pen, Distressed Inks (Peeled Paint, Weathered Wood, Vintage Photo and Walnut Stain), Crystal Micro Glitter, Ice Blue Micro Glitter, Copper Micro beads, Black Diamond Stickles and die cutting machine.


Using the template and instructions found here cut the base of the card out of white card stock and cover with panels cut from the Wildwood Cottage Paper Collection slightly smaller than the base.  The top left flowers were stamped on white card stock with Versamark and heat embossed with White Detail embossing powder before die cutting with the matching die.  The flower petals were distressed with Sweet Plum and then shaped with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.  The top right flowers were stamped on white card stock with Watering Can ink and then die cut with the matching die. The petals were distressed with Cornflower Blue ink and then shaped using the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.  All the other images were stamped on white card stock using Watering Can ink before cutting with the coordinating die.  The fairies were colored using a Dove Blender Pen and a combination of Sweet Plum, Peeled Paint, Cornflower Blue, Desert Sand, Vintage Photo and Walnut Stain inks before dusting with Crystal Micro Glitter and Ice Blue Micro Glitter.   The centers of the flowers were accented with Copper Micro Beads and the fence was stamped on White Card stock using Tuxedo Black and die cut with the matching die before distressing with Weathered Wood and finishing with some Black Diamond Stickles. The inside left flower post panel and the inside right flower post panel were cut from the Wildwood Cottage Paper Collection using the Cut Mat Create 1B die.

Thanks so much for visiting.

Have a wonderful day!

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About Castlepark Designs

My name is Joann and I live in Halifax, Nova Scotia with my husband Miles. We have one son who is in the Royal Canadian Navy. I have worked full time in the Finance and Insurance industry for the past 29 years. I absolutely adore all things paper & glue and have been involved with crafting in some way for most of my life. I have a great admiration for creating projects from paper that may not necessarily be made from paper. When not in my craft room, I enjoy spending time at our cottage enjoying all that nature and suburban life has to offer.

3 responses »

  1. This is a beauty…love it! hugs


  2. I love this…very creative!


  3. Darlene Oudette

    do you have the directions for the card in inches …. I tried to figure it out yesterday …. I just don’t get the cm …. what is the depth of the little slits and how far apart are they? What is the size of the middle piece? Appreciate any help you can give me Darlene



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