Diagonal Split Panel Wedding Card

Diagonal Split Panel Wedding Card

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I came across this fun technique that features offset angles and some patterned paper to create an interesting, layered background panel.

Here is a video tutorial on how to do this technique, although I changed mine up a bit by matting my finished panel and changing the angle/measurements of my cuts.  I’ve also seen variations where the solid panels are popped up with foam tape and where the center portion is hand-stamped.

I used Bazzill “Whirlpool” along with black and heavy weight white card stock.  The patterned paper is called “B&W Wedding Words” by the Paper Studio.  I just love the dies from the “Shadow Box Collection – Mr. & Mrs.” set by Creative Expressions!

Here are two more cards I made using this technique:

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Thanks for checking out my card projects!

4 thoughts on “Diagonal Split Panel Wedding Card

  1. Gorgeous cards with that design. I love the wedding card with those pretty dies you added. The birthday card cannot go wrong with the pretty balloons. The Christmas card is gorgeous too with the pretty poinsettias in the center panel. So all re fabulous my friend!

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