Diagonal Split Panel Wedding Card
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:
Thanks for checking out my card projects!