I found some more Ginger Card! I can hear groans going all over the UK! lol
i used the same technique as I did on last Mondays card Click HERE to see the original however I thought I could make a slightly larger version for today and spend a little more time telling you how to achieve the squares from a rectangular die.
I die cut the background die then, using a scalpel, cut our the centre panel. The next step is to cut a diagonal line between the outer and inner corner of the die cut piece. This when repeated on each corner creates 4 strips each with a mitred corner.
I then repeated this with a second die cut piece which gives 8 strips, 4 long and 4 short. I then used 4 long pieces joined at the corners to make the large square and 4 shorter pieces joined to make the smaller square. It is easier if these are stuck down to a square piece of card which is the same size as the long edge of the strips. This picture should show more clearly how this was done, if you look at the corners you can more clearly see the joins in this colour.
The centre panel is simply one of the centre pieces form the die which I cut out to make the lace squares. I rotated the 2 squares and foam mounted them to make a large card, with a few layers of matching card. Finally a stamped square cut in cream again form the centre of the same die.
Sue Wilson Spanish Collection Background Die
Crafters Companion Sentimentals stamp
Ginger Lidl Cardstock
Ribbon form stash