Technique: Rotating Panel Dies

Technique: Rotating Panel Dies

Hello crafty friends!! In today’s video I create two cards with the Herringbone Combo Set from Waffle Flower Crafts. In the video I will show you a few ways to stretch this and other full panel dies by flipping, stacking and even masking with them to get several different looks!! I also share some of my favorite partial inking tips for getting smooth gradations!

Technique: Rotating Panel Dies

Watch below or on my Youtube channel.

First, I created the background for this card by ink blending over a contact paper mask that I created with the Herringbone Panel Die. I then stamped my images with combos of Distress Oxides and Distress Inks to create beautiful gradations.

WFC201911-271284 Merry Wreath Stamps-Channin 1

Once I had finished stamping the images die cut them out with the matching dies. Next, I then stamped a sentiment from the Herringbone Sentiment Stamp Set on the negative from the wreath.

WFC201911-271284 Merry Wreath Stamps-Channin 2

I made a couple frames using the A2 Nesting Rectangles 1 Die Set and the A2 Layers Dies out of red and white cardstock. I then adhered the ink blended panel onto an A2 top-folding card base. Next, I adhered the frames. I then die cut 2 wreaths and adhered them to the stamped wreath to add dimension. Lastly, I finished the card by adhering the images to the card front with either liquid glue or foam tape.

WFC201911-310353 Herringbone Panel Die-Channin 1

I made this card very quickly by die cutting a white and green panel with the Herringbone Panel Die. I then stamped a sentiment from the Herringbone Sentiments Stamp Set onto the white panel.

WFC201911-310353 Herringbone Panel Die-Channin 2

I then adhered an A2 panel of red glittery cardstock onto an A2 top-folding card base. Next I adhered the green panel turns on its head or turned 180 degrees. I then finished the card by adhering the white panel.

And that’s it! 🙂 Thank you so much for stopping by! Hope you have a wonderful day!!

~Channin

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