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Floating Panel Card

February 27, 2020

Today’s card is another that I made using a tutorial I purchased from Elizabeth Shannon.  I believe that this is only available for demonstrators to purchase but please check with Elizabeth.   This week has all been about the Tropical Oasis Product Suite, so I wanted today’s card to use some of those products.  I cut my card base from Thick Very Vanilla card and added Balmy Blue card which I embossed using the Coastal Weave 3d Embossing Folder.  I cut my “floating” panel from Balmy Blue card with a layer of Very Vanilla card.  Before attaching the panel to the card front using dimensionals, I stamped the greeting from the Timeless Tropical stamp set onto the inside of the card using Stazon Saddle Brown ink.   To create the flowers and leaves, I stamped the images from the Timeless Tropical stamp set onto Shimmery White card using Stazon Saddle Brown ink.   I used an Aqua Painter and Poppy Parade, Daffodil Delight and Granny Apple Green ink to colour the flowers and leaves.  It takes a while for these to dry and you need to be patient (or you could use your heat gun to hurry the process).  I actually left mine overnight to make sure they were completely dry.  I cut out all the images using the co-ordinating In The Tropics Dies before attaching the flowers and leaves to the “floating” panel using dimensionals under the last frangipani flower.  I also added a small Basic Rhinestone to the centre of each of the flowers.

This style of card is actually very simple to make.  You don’t need a lot of product or card and just about any stamp set would work.

Bye for now,

Kris

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