First off - congrats! Believe it or not, that’s pretty good, in my opinion. I’ve been 3D printing for a couple of years, and the one thing I tell all my friends getting started: 3D printing is super finicky. You have to get dozens of parameters right: print speed, bed/nozzle temp, ambient humidity, filament density, k values, extruder calibration, z hopping…oh man.
This is my second 3D printer, and I didn’t even get as far as you did on my first shot - so seriously, you’re off to a great start!
It looks like you did get one layer of filament down, and your bed looks fine. (Even if it does get scratched or dented, you can still print on it - but let’s deal with that when we have to.)
First, clean your build plate. Try scraping that off with the palette knife provided. If it’s stuck too good, then first use the touchscreen to heat the bed to its default, let it soften up the filament, and try again. Try not to gouge the print bed with the palette knife - take your time, let the heat do the work.
If it’s stuck on there REALLY good, then try setting your work origin a little higher next time - basically as soon as you get ANY tension on the testing sheet, rather than waiting until it folds when you push it.
It looks like for some reason the filament stopped extruding. That’s what happened on my vase print, although it was about 3" up from the base when it happened.
Usually this means either something snagged the filament (either it’s crossed on the spool, or maybe it jumped off the side of the spool and got wrapped on the axle). Take a look at the filament, see if there’s any tension on it.
Try heating the nozzle to 200, and once it’s hot, press “Load” again. Does filament come out on its own? Try loading 2-3 times to see if you have good flow, then try again.
Welcome to the journey - you’re gonna be learning for years.