Here's a new stamp I just got from Stamper's Dream...isn't it cool?! It's called Candy Time. I love it!! You can also find the Madeline DP and Suede Brown Prism papers in the store as well.
The other day I briefly explained how I made the mat behind the curved mega rectangle panel but a couple people had questions about it, so I thought I'd just take some pictures of how I did it. Scroll down below for the quick tutorial.
Here's a picture of the inside of the card:
Here's a close-up so you can see the dimension:
1. Cut two curved mega rectangle panels the same size, one with your main image and one in the color CS you want as your mat:
2. Cut the mat panel corner to corner:
3. Glue the two pieces to the back of your main image, separated a little. This is the back view of the main panel:
That's it! Like I said, two of the corners aren't covered by doing it this way. If you want ALL your corners covered, check out Michelle's awesome tutorial that she posted HERE. You rock, Michelle!
SUPPLY LIST ~
Stamps: Penny Black Candy Time
Paper: Suede Brown Dark, Suede Brown Medium, K&Company Madeline DP, PTI White
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Copics (0, E00, E02, E04, E08, E33, E35, E37, E42, E43, E95, V91, V95)
Accessories: Hodgepodge Hardware, Dimensionals, Curved Mega Rectangle Nestabilities, Ribbon (thanks to the lovely Jami Bova!)
Technique: Paper Tole
After TOOO many days of rain, the sun is FINALLY shining again here in PA so I think we're going out to get some fresh air! Have a great day!