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One of my Rockin' heART team members, Darlene Smyly, taught us how to create a Split Panel card at a recent class. It was so much fun!!
Here is a 4 1/4" x 11" top folding White Daisy card. Fold the card from the top in half at 5 1/2", you can score first before you fold.
Place the fold line on the 2" mark on your trimmer and cut. This will leave you with the 2" x 4 1/4" panel for the top of the split panel.
Take the leftover piece, 3 1/2" x 4 1/4", and cut 2" from the 3 1/2" side. This will leave you with a 2" x 4 1/4" for the bottom panel.
The remaining 1 1/2" x 4 1/4" piece may be used for the sentiment piece which will attach the top and bottom panels, which is what I did. I stamped one of the flamingos from the Tickled Pink (C1651) stamp set
I cut a Black cardstock mat for it at 4 1/2" x 1 3/4".
To dress up the card, I cut panels from Calypso (X7210B) pattern paper, my rule of thumb is to cut t…
Do you love thin dies? and coordinating stamp sets? I am in LOVE with all the Close To My Heart Thin Cuts dies! And WOWZERS, they are on sale during the month of March!!
Thin cuts give you a fast and easy way to cut all kinds of shapes for your crafting, and this month they are all available at 25% off! Choose from titles, sentiments, and a wide variety of shapes to stamp on, so you can get precise, dimensional cut shapes in no time!
Welcome to our Close To My Heart Featured Paper Collection Blog Hop!
We will be showcasing October's featured Beary Christmas Paper Pack through AWESOME artwork shared by our talented Close to my Heart consultants.
If you are visiting fromBrenda’s blog then you are on the right track, if not or if you would like to start from the beginning, please start at the beginning with our hostess, Carol
Please enjoy my project before heading on toHaley’sblog.
A friend shared her version of a rocker card and I fell in love. A rocker card starts with circles. The base 5 1/2" circle cut from New England Ivy cardstock. A second 5" circle is cut from pattern paper, here I am using the New England Ivy pattern paper.
The next pieces are the circles creating a place for the sentiment and embellishments. Here I changed it up a little. The original circles would be 3 3/4" cut from White Daisy covered by a 3 1/2" circle cut from the Beary Christmas poinsettia pattern paper. My version…