Legendary Ride Fun Fold Card # 9 Feb SAS

To Assemble the card you tape the white piece down on one of the black card stock and then tape the folded part and place the other black card stock on top.
What the card looks like after you do the step above

I am so very proud of this card as this was my own design and was so fun to make (ok a little challenging cutting all the pieces out and putting the card together) but we had fun making it. I love this Legendary Ride bundle 160763 and was the first item added to my pre-order list when Demo could pre-order early. Love it and such a fun card.


Ink: Memento Ink Tuxedo Black

Paper:  Basic Black, Basic White,  Very Vanilla, Ready to Ride Designer Series Paper (DSP) 160752, Silver Foil 12 x 12 156457, Vellum.

Accessories. Metal Plate 3d Embossing Folder 160766, Stampin Dimensionals, 1” Circle punch (retired punch)

Cutting Instructions:

Black – 4 ¼ x 5 ½ (2 pieces), piece of scarp black to cut out the bike and black tires with the dies

White 3 x 11 – scored at 4 ½ and 9

Very Vanilla 2 x 1 1/8

Ready to Ride DSP 4 x 5 ¼, 2 x 4

Silver Foil 3 x 4

Vellum – to punch out using the 1: circle punch

To assemble the card.  You need to tape the cut out piece of the bike together by placing the main silver bike piece onto the black cut out piece, then tape the silver tire cut out pieces on the 1” Vellum circles, then tape the black tired pieces onto the front of the tires pieces, and then tape those to the wheel pieces on the black piece, then assemble the front of the card as shown. For the white scored paper fold the piece together and tape onto one of the black pieces as shown under the 2nd picture.   (3rd picture shows what the card should look like once the white piece was taped to the black card stock), then put tape only on the folded white piece and place the other black card stock on top of the white piece.  This make a very cool fun fold card. 

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