An opportunity such as this won’t happen again for 12 more years- the next time Valentine’s day is on a Taco Tuesday isn’t until 2034!
Our family has a classic comfort meal…and yes, it’s TACOS. We’ve eaten tacos for Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve. It’s time to bring them to the day of LOVE & affection. Luckily, my husband shares our obsession, because this card will be for him:
This Double-Z fold card was fun to make at Stamp Club last night, too! The crafters didn’t even complain about fussy cutting or “stuffing” the taco with lettuce, cheese and tomatoes:
A scalloped circle die, a standard hole punch and a few scraps of paper make it easy to create the taco toppings: Scrunch up a few scalloped wedges of Granny Apple Green card stock and glue it behind the taco, then stuff in the other pieces with a dot of liquid glue.
A sheet of craft foam with an adhesive sheet adhered to the back can be cut out on the Cut & Emboss Machine and adhered to the front to give it a chunky texture!
If you haven’t made this type of card before, here are the measurements for this one:
- Card base: 4-1/4″ x 11″, scored at 2-3/4″ and 5-1/2″
- Smaller Z-Fold: 2-3/4′ x 10″, scored at 4-1/2″ and 7-1/4″
- Designer Series Paper: 4″ x 2-1/2″ and 4″ x 5-1/4″
- I added a piece of 3″ x 3″ Basic Black card stock
Want to create your own version? Here are the supplies I used for my Spec-Taco-Lar Valentine:Product List