I posted a blog back in 2016 that was about my friend JANIS BLEVINS version of a center step card… and also version of center step card by SCS…I didn’t care for it too much because it was almost square when completed and it didn’t fit easily into an envelope. But this MULTI PANEL CARD by Dawn…is the same thing as a center step format but the part I like about DAWN’s is that is fits in a standard envelope and its easier to make .
She did a live video on FB of it with the HIGHTIDE SET of stamps but it was an hour long video and hard to watch with people talking and not as concise as this one. i asked to repost a video for this card and she did….just love her videos…so the link above is much easier to watch and I do like the card format..
I especially like this card because can stand on it own…as long as you use card stock for the base…..its really fairly simple just takes a bit of extra scoring. And cutting…then that center panel can work with almost any image you want to cut and add,…it doesn’t have to fit only in the center it can overlap onto the panels since it doesn’t open….it can be an oval or a circle and using a piece from last weeks post on dry embossing would Work well in the center….in fact the card I made using the frog in the center works well… I used it as a get well card and on the back it said wishing you a RIBBIT recovery,…
|Going back in time…
Posted: 05 Jun 2017 11:32 PM PDT
We are away at the moment, so I have gone back in time to another trip earlier in the year.
We visited the National Arboretum in Canberra for the first time in April and it was stunning.
Not only are the mass plantings inspired; but the discovery of art and sculpture in between and around the corner and on top of hills was a real delight.
As you enter the building, these great walls of rock are interrupted with lovey etched corten steel panels.
AS ALWAYS THAKS FOR STOPPIN BY…wire headed cyber toad…aka kath