Saturday, March 12, 2016

Tonic Studios Entwining Trellis Screen Divider Card

It’s my turn to post on the Tonic USA blog and on mine and I am so excited to help premier the new Tonic Studio Entwining Trellis dies!  I love making Screen Divider Cards because they have four separate panels or canvases to inspire creativity. When I first opened my new Tonic Studios Entwining Trellis dies, I knew it was going to be hard to choose my favorite to design with, so I used three of the four Entwining Trellis sets on this card. Here are some views of the four panels both standing up and laying down:




 I cut a green card base 12 inches by 8 ½ inches and scored it on the 3, 6 and 9 inch lines on my scoreboard. I punched the “feet” of each of the panels with a SU punch. The card folds to fit in a business size envelope and stands up to display the four canvases or panels.

I cut a piece of floral designer paper 2 ¾” x 7 ½” and die cut the Plush Peony die and the peony flowers. I removed the peony flowers, sponged them with a light blue blending ink and popped them back in the negative spaces of the floral panel after I attached it to the first green panel. I added some navy blue Nuvo Crystal Drops to each flower.

The second panel was die cut with the Delicate Daisy Entwining Trellis Die out of a blue piece that I attached with my Tonic Funky Glue Pen. I die cut the daisies several times in yellow and blue cardstock and layered them together before attaching with the Funky Glue Pen. I added a yellow or navy blue Nuvo Crystal Drop to complete these flowers.

I die cut the third light yellow cardstock panel with the Radiant Roselily die and attached it to the card. I die cut the roselillies out of blue cardstock and attached them with mounting tape. Of course I added my favorite self-leveling Crystal Drops to these flowers too.

The last panel was cut out of floral designer paper and allows the sender plenty of room to write a personal message below the blue daisy (from Delicate Daisy set) and the die cut Birthday Wishes (from the Birthday Wishes Indulgence Chalkboard Die and Stamp Set.)

I had fun playing with these new dies from Tonic and hope this screen divider card inspires you to play with some Tonic Studios dies soon. I suggest you subscribe to the new Tonic USA blog and/or follow Tonic Studios USA on Facebook here to see more ideas from the talented designers on the Tonic USA blog team using these dies and more.

Tonic Studios and Nuvo Products Used: 769E Plush Peony, 768E Delicate Daisy and 770E Radiant Roselily Entwining Trellis Die Sets, 1097E Birthday Wishes Indulgence Chalkboard Die, Tonic Tangerine Die Machine, Nuvo Dandelion Yellow and Navy Blue Crystal Drops, Tonic Funky Glue Pen
Other: SU punch, mounting tape, score board, Smoothies sponge, Cosmic Shimmer Colour Cloud Summer Sky Blending Ink, Heidi Grace patterned paper by Fiskars

I am entering this project in the A Bit O’ Green challenge at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge and the Anything Goes challenge at Scrapy Land (I used Tonic Studios dies.) I am also entering it in the "use colored cardstock challenge" at Live Love Cards.

12 comments:

scrAPpamondo said...

Awww.... I'm in love with this Screen Divider Card! So sweet and adorable!

rachel said...

what a really super idea Karen - this is so beautiful! Hugs rachel x

Migdalia said...

This is just Gorgeous!
Have a blessed day,
Migdalia
Crafting With Creative M

Susanne Vargas said...

Wow, what an amazing piece of art! Every panel has so much detail! Very impressive!
Thank you for becoming my latest follower! I will officially welcome you hopefully in the next post!

Glennis said...

Great design - what fabulous dies to use

Bad Kitty said...

Your card is very beautiful !
Bad Kitty's Craftroom
>^.^<
Fiki

Maxine D said...

What a beautiful card Karen - love those dies, they are beautiful!! and you have shown them off beautifully.
Blessings
Maxine

Verna Angerhofer said...

This is beautiful! One of your best I think!

Patricia Chalas said...

Adorable and cute card!
Thank you for playing along with us at Scrapy Land Challenge!

Cara said...

Beautiful. I must sit on my hands so that those gorgeous dies don't drop into my basket! Cara x

Patricia St Martin said...

WOW!!!! Karen this is another stunning card. Love the layout and the choice of colors.Good Luck! I hope we see you again!! Thank you for joining us at Scrapy Land.
Hug, Patricia
Scrapy Land Store
rubber stamping is my game blog

Mandy said...

Gorgeous card Karen! It's so elegant and pretty with so many lovely details to look at.
Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
Mandy xx