Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Stamping 101 Blog Hop
Easy Panel




Hello Stampers 
   It's blog hop day with the global team for Stampin' Technique 101. This month it is the Easy Panel, I love the look of this card so easy but at the same time look more complicated. I did a video way back in 2014 and I decide to use the same video for today same technique just different paper.  I enclose the 2014 video for you at the bottom of my blog post today on my blog HERE. ***If you are getting my post by e mail some server will NOT include the video so make sure to visit my blog to get all detail or you can always fin my video on my You Tube Channel.

Here the measurement 
-Whisper White 8½ x 5½ fold in half
-Old Olive  5¼ by 4 and 5¼ x ½
-Designer paper Serene Scenery  are 3 strips of 3-7/8 x 1-5/8 (4-7/8 x 3-7/8)
-Foil Copper 3½ x 2½ for the cutout of the dragonfly

If you are the one that don't like the 7/8 and 5/8 you can use 3 strips of 1-1/2 by 3-3/4 but note that will leave a bigger space in between each panel. 
After I adhere the panel I stamp the bold image of the dragonfly using pool party ink so you can see the blue in the opening of the cutout. That dragonfly Dream stamp set and the lovely serene Scenery paper is what I call perfect combination. I listed all supplies at the bottom. 
The greeting and inside card all stamp wit Old Olive. 

Well this is it for me but make sure to scroll down and hop around to see all the beautiful creation. 
Inside I stamp in Old Olive. 




France Martin – USA You are here
Sandi MacIver – Canada
Patrice Halliday-Larsen – New Zealand
Leonie Schroder – Australia
Carmen Sahadat-Morris - Netherlands
Heike Vass - Germany
Michelle Last - UK



VIDEO↓




Supplies↓

6 comments:

  1. I love your card France! That background is amazing!

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  2. wow France, it turned out beautiful and the perfect choice for designer paper for that stunning dragonfly.

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  3. Loved your card & really loved your video... I swear, you always have the perfect eye for placing your pieces. Thx for the video....

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  4. Another super cute card. I must to try.

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  5. Absolutely stunning card my friend :-) love how you did the layering of the dragonfly.

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