Today’s card is a panel divider card which I made for my friend Janelle’s birthday.
I used Sahara Sand for the base, with Blackberry Bliss and Strawberry Slush for the layers. The panels are Whisper White stamped in Blackberry Bliss with the leaves from World of Dreams. The front panel has some Strawberry Slush butterflies from Kinda Eclectic, punched with the Bitty Butterfly punch, covered with Dazzling Details and some Basic Jewel Pearls added for the bodies. The top of the panel has been cut with the lace Finishing Touches Edgelits and the ‘legs’ punched with the Label Bracket Punch. The sentiment is from Hey You.
This design is much easier to make than you would think. Let me know if you want to make one too.
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2 thoughts on “World of Dreams Blackberry Slush Sand”
Thanks for the lovely comments Brenda.
I found it was better to use more than the usual size.
The cardstock is 11″ x 5-3/4″, scored at 2-3/4″, 5½” and 8¼”.
For the metric people, the cardstock is 28cm x 14.8cm, scored at 7cm, 14cm and 21cm.
Love the panel card and colors. Did you use a 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 cardstock? What were the measurements of the score lines? Thanks a bunch.