Make the most out of your 12×12 paper and create 9 split cards with one 12×12 sheet of designer paper!
Watch the Split Card Video! Be sure to scroll down and watch the video to see how I made these cards and more!
There are 2 easy ways to create a split card. You can use a fun curvy die like the one in the Curvy Dies set, or, you can cut with your Paper Trimmer or snips. I have demonstrated both ways in the video below in this post. Today’s post features the cards that have been die cut using the Curvy Dies. Tomorrow I will showcase the cards that were cut with the Paper Trimmer.
Above: cut a 4×4 square of Hydrangea Hill designer paper, die cut it with the curvy die, and split it apart to create a split card. I layered it onto a piece of 4″ x 5-1/2″ designer paper from the Hydrangea Hill paper pack and then onto a Highland Heather top fold card. Gorgeous Grape ribbon was used to tie around the card. Stamp the birthday greeting from the Quite Curvy set in Gorgeous Grape ink.
Above/Below: Top fold Petal Pink cardstock base with Fine Art Floral designer paper die cut with the Curvy dies. I fussy cut some flowers from the Fine Art Floral paper to add as a focal point, and added Scalloped Lace ribbon that I colored with my Old Olive Stampin’ Blends marker.
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Below: Top fold Pretty Peacock cardstock base with Fine Art Floral designer paper die cut with the Curvy dies. I layered it onto a piece of 4″ x 5-1/2″ piece of Basic White Cardstock, and then onto the top fold card. White ribbon from the Flowers for Every Season pack is tied around the card. Stamp the thinking of you greeting from the Quite Curvy set in Pretty Peacock ink.
Below: Top fold Petal Pink cardstock base with Love you Always Specialty designer paper die cut with the Curvy dies. Stamp the thinking of you greeting from the Quite Curvy set in Rococo Rose ink. Fussy cut flowers from the Fine Art Floral pack to add to the card, and Tie the Blushing Bride metallic ribbon around the card.
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