Saturday, June 19, 2021

Love OSW#13

 If you strategically die cut a panel, you can use the negative space to make another card. This designer series paper frames my sentiment beautifully. What do you think?

   Great Big Greetings

   Very Vanilla A-2, 5-1/4 x 4 (Inside)
   Share What You Love DSP 5-1/4 x 4 (negative side from card 12 - oval die cut)

   Tuxedo Black Memento

   Die Cutting
   One Sheet Wonder

   Layering Ovals Framelits Dies
   Share What You Love Artisan Pearls

I used the negative space from an oval die cut to create this card. So, the first step was to die cut an oval from the center of a 5-1/4 x 4" panel. I used the die cut itself on the previous card.

I then took the panel and placed it on my card front. I lightly penciled in the oval as a guide for my stamping. I removed the DSP panel.

I then stamped my large sentiment inside the oval. If you have a Stamparatus or MISTI, you may want to use it to get a good impression on the sentiment.

I then gently erased the pencil marks and then adhered my DSP panel.

Lastly, I added a few pearls and adhered the other Very Vanilla panel to the inside of the card.

Here is the 12 x 12 one sheet wonder template that I used:

The circled pink number refers to the card number where the piece was placed. 

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  1. Great way to use the negative of your other card for this one sheet wonder layout Sally.

  2. Thank you, Lisa. I think it makes a nice background for my sentiment. Thank you for stopping by here and taking the time to comment.