Monday, April 6, 2015

Screen Divider Cards for my Project of the Week at Repeat Impressions

It is my turn today to share a Project of the Week at Repeat Impression's blog and mine and I am showing how to make a screen divider card. I am loving making these types of cards because it gives the card maker four canvases to tell a story or express wishes for the lucky recipient. I always start with a 12 inch wide piece of cardstock and score at 3,6, and 9 inches. The height can vary depending on what stamps, punches and embellishments you choose. This card started out 8 inches high and I punched the trellis border along the top with a border punch by Martha Stewart. Here is a picture showing the first two panels closer up:

Each of the inside panels were cut 2 1/2" by 6 1/2". For the first panel, I created a border with temporary tape and sponged with a light caramel ink. Then I stamped Repeat Impression's Divi Tree three times. I removed the border tape and stamped the Divi Tree and Joy & Good Wishes in black. On the second panel I die cut a window with a die from Tonic Studios and stamped RI's "Dream Calligraphy" in black. Here is a picture of the next two panels:

I simply stamped RI's beautiful fan in the corners and the Sanskrit "Look to this Day" advice on the third panel. I decided the advice and wishes would be perfect for a graduate, so I stamped the graduation congratulations in red and cut out with an oval stitched die cut from My Creative Time. I punched the bottom of the last panel to match the top and left plenty of room to write a personal note and sign the card. This is how the card looks from the top when it is standing up for display:

I am hoping you enjoyed this screen divider card tutorial. Thanks for visiting our blogs!

I am entering this card in the Anything Goes challenges at Crafty Catz and Jo's Scrap Shack.


Becca Cruger said...

This is so intricate and such a cool project. And that sentiment is lovely! It made me sniffle up a little bit.

Maxine D said...

What a fabulous acrd Karen - thenks for the tutorial.

Judy said...

Hi Karen,

Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving such a sweet comment. Your card is so pretty, and love the lattice.


Verna Angerhofer said...

Beautiful and love the Asian design.

Joann6274 said...

Oh this is gorgeous! I love the design and love the Asian design!
Thanks for joining us this week in our Funday Friday challenge!
♥ Jo's Scrap Shack ♥

Bridget said...

This card is so beautiful. The intricacies really add to the Asian motif.

Thank you for joining us for the Fun-day Friday Challenge at ~Jo's Scrap Shack~

Happy crafting,

Aunty Sue said...

not tried one of these your is brilliant and thanks for sharing with us at Crafty catz this week with our ATG challenge. please come and play again very soon.