Creating Two Cards out of a single Card Panel

Creating Two Cards out of a single Card Panel

Hi friends, welcome to another blog post! On today’s blog I’ll be sharing with you a simply way on how I’ve been creating two cards out of a single ink blended background panel by keep it simple using the same distress oxides ink color combinations, and different big dies from The Stamp Market. So without further ado let’s jump into the blog!


To begin with, I started by inking it up a card panel, that I cut out Bristol Smooth paper using ink using an ink blending tool, and the following distress oxides inks :
— Picked Raspberry
— Squeezed Lemonade
— Spiced Marmalade
Once the ink blending was done without any harsh lines in the transition from one ink color to another, I set the card panel aside to let the ink blending dry. In the meanwhile I ran through the die cutting machine a white card panel, and the Oh Happy Day Shaker Die, as I was going to exchange the die cuts by inlaying the to the card panels. Then I repeated the same steps for the inked background, once all the die cutting was done, I started by adhering the stitched edge frame on the side folding white card bases, that I had already scored, and folded. Next I adhered the insides on the panels by exchanging them, as you can see in the picture above. Right afterwards, I inlaid the Oh Day die cuts. And last but not least, I finished it off the card by adhering the Happy die cuttings on top of the other word.


For the second example I did exactly the same as the first example, although for these card panel I chose a different die by using the HBD. Creating a set of 2 birthday card by exchanging, and inlaying the die cuts to the side folding white card bases.


For the third and last example, I repeated the same ink blending for the card panels. However for these cards I added a little bit of heat embossing once I was done adhering and inlaying all of the die cuttings, that I created using the Hand-Drawn Heart die. As you can see in the picture above, I gold heat embossed the sentiment for the white card panel, and I white heat embossed the sentiment for the inked card panel.

Finally, you made it to the end! I hope you’ve had a great time here with me, as always I appreciate the time you take to read the blog posts. Down below you’ll find the supply list for all the products used in this post, as a referral from where they were purchased from.

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