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Thursday, March 24, 2016

A Wild about Flowers and Rose Wonder Open Panel Technique Card

I found this fun card on Pinterest but when I went to find what website it came from I couldn't.  Sorry. If you know who is the original designer of this card, please let me know so I can give them credit.  Edited 3-26-15: Thank you Bonnie. You can find a similar card here by Sharon Burkert.

I used the decorative papers from the "Pretty Petals" paper stack. I did change the bottom design from the original card.

The colors of ink I used here are Pear Pizzazz and Calypso Coral.

The stamp set is "Wild about Flowers" and the words are from the "Rose Wonder" set.  

This is an easy technique to do.  You just cut the front of the card into the size pieces you want.  If I make more, I am going to dig out some of my scrap decorative papers and then cut my card front accordingly.  It's a great way to use up scraps.  

Here I cut the panels so they were both 2".  Then I cut the decorative paper 1-3/4" x 4".  The front panel was cut 2" x 4" and the Basic Black layer was cut 2-1/4" x 4-1/4".

I didn't have any Calypso Coral ribbon so I colored a piece of white by running it across the ink pad. It was pretty blotchy so I sprayed it with rubbing alcohol and ran a paper towel over it.  The color blended well and I set it aside to dry.   Once it was dry I tied it to the panel and then set it in place with Dimensionals.  Make sure you line up the bottom well before affixing the panel.

I added the inside piece, closed the card and stamped the words in that open space.  

Super easy, very fun and ever SO quick to make!!!

Thank you SO much for visiting today,


Bonnie W said...

Hi Wanda,
The one I CASEd for a stamp-a-stack was done by Sharon Burkert.

Lisa said...

what a another great card idea. Thanks for sharing this one.

DeeDee7770 said...

Lovely card!