Sunday, August 24, 2014

Cut Out Panel


I wanted to try Maile Bailes Papertrey Ink design team tip for the week. It is cut out panels and can be found here.  It really isn't hard to do when you find just the right stamp. I just happened to have a large butterfly which worked really well. It is stamped on white cardstock and the butterfly is cut out only on the inside panel so you can use dp, glitter, or just emboss in the cut out section. The rest of the butterfly is only stamped.

The back panel is done with Elizabeth Craft double sided adhesive and silk microfine glitter. 

Recipe-
Stamps-Close to my Heart/Butterfly Wings
Paper-PTI white cardstock
Ink-SU Bermuda Bay
Accessories-Elizabeth Craft double-sided adhesive paper, Elizabeth Craft silk microfine glitter/Peony Pink, Teal, Spring Peridot, Lavender, Desert Gold

I'm entering this card to the Addicted to Stamps challenge #109-CAS 

22 comments:

Carla S. said...

Beautiful card, Brenda! I love how the technique turned out! Is it hot enough for you? We had thunderstorms today and it has finally dropped a couple of degrees, but the rain really amped up the humidity. Yuck!

Lynne in NI said...

Oooh this is so pretty Benzi, Im lovin all your fab sparkle :)

Donna Ellis said...

Hey, BenBen! WOW! WOW! and more WOWOW! I love that look of the split panels and your cut out butterfly. The card is incredible! Your style is so clean, and yet always wow's me with the techniques utilized. May I come over and play so you can teach me? Seriously, I love your cards, and want to learn to do these styles, too! For a CAS card, this has a remarkably sparkly and dimensional appearance! hugs, de

jimlynn said...

I kept thinking I'd seen that butterfly before! Well, hello.....I have the same set of stamps! Not that I could ever do something with it this pretty though. Sensational! I love the colors in that panel too. VERY nice!
Lynn

Beebeebabs said...

Wow such a beautiful card - love the butterfly - you did a great job!!!

Carol L said...

That's a cool technique and I just love that microfine glittered panel! It sparkles like good glitter should :) I hope you're staying cool in that miserable heat wave! SO far so good here up north!

aussie aNNie said...

Awesome technique and love this gorgeous design....looks gorgeous.xxx♥aNNie
The Journey is the Start

MaryH said...

Simply stunning. Will have to check out 2 links now! I am so loving that center marbled glitter panel and that is a WOW butterfly too! TFS & Hugs

Cathy said...

Wow, I like that technique! I'll will have to try it! Great card Benzi!

Julie Beech said...

Love the cut out panel of sparkly colour against all that white.
Thanks for sharing it with us at ATSM this week. :)

Dotty Jo x said...

Stunning card, Brenda, that cut out works brilliantly! Jo x

JD/ Jill said...

Beautiful card! Great job with that technique! Thanks for sharing the link...Can't wait to give that a try!

Bonnie said...

Love this butterfly and the glitter in the strip behind it! What a great technique!

Irish Cherokee said...

Absolutely Gorgeous. The technique and choice of subject are perfect together. Bravo. - Jim

Charlene said...

I saw the cut out panels at PTI and want to try it. I LOVE how you did yours!!!

Joann Burton said...

How lovely Brenda. You really get your glitter to show up on your cards. I can never do that with my camera. Hugs, joann sassy raggedy

NanaConnie said...

Spectacular, Benzi! Love the sparkle and the simplicity. CAS perfection!

Marisa said...

Oooh, loving this! Gorgeous butterfly and negative strip :)

nwilliams6 said...

Beautiful colors and amazing design on this! Very special card - so eye catching! Hugz!

Loll Thompson said...

Hi Benzi. Love the glitter rainbow-colored strip in-behind your gorgeous butterfly. Will definitely try this technique. Loll xx

crafty-stamper said...

Beautiful CAS card love the cut out panel technique and love the different coloured glitters
Carol x

Colleen Dietrich said...

Terrific job on this! I saw Maile's card and thought it was an eye-catcher, too. I see you have bought the Elizabeth Crafts glitters and adhesive. I just watched Jennifer McGuire's video the other day, where she mentions these products.