I was trying to be a little more professional on Facebook Live, but it's just not me.
I love different card folds, and this one is a great one. Split panel cards can be made so many different ways, even with using a window sheet. You can cut them diagonally, or with a curve. I went with the original design, but plan on completing more in the future.
I sill had some time left, so I decided to make a bag to go with the card, sort of a wedding set if needed.
Please bear in mind when you watch the YouTube video, I transferred right from Facebook. I will in the future, try to keep these shorter.
Now onto to the recipe.
For the Split Panel Card -
11 x 4 1/4 Sahara Sand Cardstock, Score at 5 1/2, (Once you have cut and scored, you will need to trim off 3 1/2 inches from one end of the card to the score line. Trim down the 3 1/2 to 2 to use for bottom of card)
3 1/4 x 2 Sahara Sand Cardstock
4 x 5 1/4 Whisper White Cardstock, for mat inside of card
3 x 1 3/4 Whisper White Cardstock, Stamp an image
4 x 1 3/4 times 2, DSP (Designer Series Paper)
Scrap piece of Blushing Bride Cardstock to punch out Itty Butterfly (Retiring on 5/31/17)
Sweet Sugarplum &Sahara Sand Classic Stampin' Up! Ink
For the Gift Bag -
12 x 12 times 2 of the same DSP (I used Falling In Love, Retiring 05/31/17, or you could use cardstock)
3 x 6 Sahara Sand (any color will do)
16" times 2 Very Vanilla 1/4" Satin Ribbon (Retiring 05/31/17)
Please watch video on how to create, you may skip to 4:00 in the video to get past the greetings.
Thank you always for stopping by and seeing what this silly bug has created.
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How-To on YouTube
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