Floating Panel

Using Up Scraps

Do you ever wonder what to do with those designer series paper (DSP) and card stock scraps?  I know after I am done crafting, I put my scraps into a container and then use them whenever I can.  

However, with this card I am sharing today, I will use the DSP scraps.  These are purposefully used to create a beautiful card!  I love the unique look this card has with its simplicity.  

Today we have another opportunity to sit back and relax while we enjoy a variety of cards created by Crafty Collaborations international team blog hop on “Share It Sunday”.  

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The Floating Panel Card

I created this card using DSP from the Pattern Party collection.  This is a beautiful assortment of happy, playful patterns for many occasions that is a host special. If you’d like to get this collection, I am happy to help you earn this fun DSP.   

To create this card, I used 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4, inch strips of paper and adhered them to a window sheet.  I left 1/8 inch space between the paper scraps.  Once the papers are mounted to the window sheet, simply use dimensionals to mount the window sheet to the card base.  This mounting technique will give the card panel a “floating” illusion. 

Final Touches

Once you are done, it’s time to add a sentiment and embellishments.  I chose to use the “Sweet Ice Cream” stamp set along with some white bakers twine and basic rhinestone jewlels.  This card is certainly a super fun card to create that will bring along lots of birthday wishes!

Time to Hop Along

I hope you enjoyed this fun and easy card to create using all those scraps in your scrap bin.  This is a quick card to mass produce for all those birthdays or other occasions that need a special and unique greeting card!

Now it’s time to check out the Crafty Collaborations international team blog hop on this “Share It Sunday” theme event.  Enjoy!!

More Inspiration

Final Thoughts

And that wraps up our Share It Sunday international blog hop!  I hope you found some inspiration to create a greeting card for your loved ones and will try out the “Floating Panel” card design.


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This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. Vicky W

    What a great way to use those scraps of DSP. Brilliant!

  2. Robbie Susan Chandler

    Very cheerful card!

  3. Jill

    I like this technique! Never thought of using window sheets to adhere the strips. Thanks for sharing

  4. Mo Rootes

    Such a bright and cheerful card Annette, lovely x

  5. Karen Egan

    Lovely card x

  6. Rachel Macleod

    Fantastic card, Annette and I love that you paired so many DSPs together. They all work well for your design. Thanks for sharing

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