Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Wednesday Trends - panels

Hi, it's Debby here with you today for Wednesday Trends. So as I was umming and ahhhing over what had caught my eye out in blog land just recently, I remembered seeing the use of panels cropping up more. Panels where the whole image had been split into sections, panels where just a sliver of gap peeks down to the base below, panels revealing a sentiment ...... panels everywhere!

For my card I wanted to use panels to add interest to my little scene and show peeks of the embossing below.

I added a swoosh of patterned paper to some off white card before using a die to cut the card into 3 pieces. Then I mounted the pieces over some embossed card before layering my coloured images over the top. I loved the effect of the panels and will certainly be using this simple technique to add interest to my cards in the future :)

I will be back on Friday with Anything But A Card! See you then :)

Supplies: Stamps - There She Goes zoo-pendous; Inks - Memento tuxedo black, Versafine onyx black; Card - Neenah solar white, Papertrey Ink soft stone; Paper - Echo Park everyday eclectic; Dies - Papertrey Ink filable frames 7, Stampin' Up bitty banners; Lifestyle Crafts dainty embossing folder


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  2. Oh my gosh, this is so dang cute! I love the rhino's and the 3 panels for your scene!

  3. Love the panels on your card and the embossing.

  4. Nice Post, Thanks for this.....

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