Two cards, One die

The card on the left was selected as a Favorite of the Week at Split Coast Stampers.


       

Happy Tuesday my friends.....

After watching a video by Jennifer McGuire on die cutting with blocks of color, I decided to try my hand at making a version of her beautiful card.


I loved the rainbow of colors and tried to CASE (copy and share everything) it as closely as I could.


What I really loved about her lesson was that I ended up with materials to make two cards with one die cut panel.


I just love how this cute Bashful die (Penny Black 51-008) turned out!


Sentiments are from the Every Happiness (Penny Black 40-198) stamp set.



 Jennifer is the August Muse at Case Study and here is the inspiration photo this week:



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13 comments

JD/ Jill said...

Pretty card. I watched that video too, it's a great technique, as Jennifer's card, and now your fabulous card shows. Must give it a try. I like how you can make two cards at the same time.

judkajudi said...

Is this not genius?? Well done, Ms. Penny!! Guess I need to do some video watching.

Jacquie Southas said...

Love both cards - such a terrific technique!

walchowDesign said...

Both cards turned out beautifully with one die, Penny!

Anne Temple said...

Both are fabulous.

Sandra H said...

So beautiful they are x

cbuswell said...

Two fabulous card! Thanks for joining us at CASE Study this week!

Amber Holder said...

These are gorgeous! I think that flower image is perfect image for this technique :)

Best crafty wishes!
Amber
Staying Crafty

Greta said...

Wowzer, Penny! I really love these cards--gorgeous use of that die (which I intend to order soon!) Think I better check out Jennifer's technique.

Paula S. said...

Stunning! I saw Jennifer's video but you have convinced me it's something I really should try.

Katherine said...

Love how your cards turned out! I've got to try this!

Lin said...

Love how these all turned out! You've inspired me, Penny!

jintyoo7 said...

Wonderful card, and fantastic technique. Really love the colour blocks :)

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