Since I am one that does not like to throw away anything, I used the negative space I created when I cut out three squares to use on a card. What do you think?
Love What You Do
Very Vanilla A-2, 5-1/4 x 4 (Inside)
Share What You Love DSP 5-1/2 x 4 (cut three 1-1/2" squares on right side)
Vellum 1-5/8 " Sq.
Tuxedo Black Memento
Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies
Share What You Love Artisan Pearls
First, I cut three squares on the right side of the designer series panel (DSP). I spaced them out as evenly as possible.
Then I laid the panel on top of the Very Vanilla card front and lightly penciled the corners of each square.
I then removed the DSP and stamped my flowers within each square. In order to get a lighter shade of Rich Razzleberry, I simply stamped twice before re-inking.
I erased the pencil marks on the card front and adhered the DSP with adhesive.
I stamped my sentiment directly onto the vellum square and let it dry. I attached it using glue dots. I added a few Artisan Pearls to the bottom corner.
Lastly, I adhered the other Very Vanilla panel to the inside of the card.
This is the template I used:
The pink number refers to the card number. As you can see, tomorrow I will show what I did with the three squares.
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Such a creative idea to save the leftover piece for this card, Sally.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Jeanette! I think you can use just about anything on a card front, but I like to use up every scrap of DSP I have. After all, I paid good $ for it! Thanks for stopping by here.Delete
I am right there with you I don't like tossing something that I can turn in to another card. Great use of the negative on this card with that gorgeous panel.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Lisa. I thought it would be a different view. Thanks for dropping by here today!Delete