Thursday, March 26, 2015

STAMPlorations Spotlight - Cutting a panel!

Hello friends! Today I am up with a spotlight project over at the STAMPlorations blog. This is my 12th spotlight feature and I hope I will be able to inspire you.  I am showcasing a the step by step process to create this card and how to add interest to the design by simply cutting the panel :)
So, here's a look into the finished card ...

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Please head over to STAMPlorations Blog for a photo tutorial on this. click HEREThank you for stopping by and leaving me a comment :)

36 comments:

  1. Oh wow Deepti, I love your beautiful card and simply adore that stamp set too, esp. the roses, wish there was a UK supplier too ;) Viv xx

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  2. Such a simple idea but so effective Dee. :)

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  3. Deepti, this is absolutely beautiful. Wow! Love the soft gorgeous feel.

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  4. Stunning inspiring card design - I just had to have a go!
    Elaine

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  5. What a fantastic technique!

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  6. This is so artful, Deepti! Love the various shades and colors! You really know how to work the floral magic!!

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  7. WOW! I am so impressed with the impact you have created by splitting the panels and I love how you water colored the roses! Really stunning card!

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  8. Your designs always take my breath away Deepti! Just gorgeous! Hazel xx

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  9. Gosh this is beautiful Dee I love the transition in colour!

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  10. Beautiful, off to check out your post!

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  11. Deepti.... your artistry is astounding. LOVE the fade from red to black. Girl, you have got TALENT!!

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  12. This is gorgeous. popping over to see your tutorial.

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  13. Awesome, lovely creation...heading over to check the tutorial

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    regards sharada

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  14. The fading colour panels is genius Deepti, what a wonderful card!

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  15. Oh wow! I love this! That fade from red into grayish-black is just very very beautiful and very neat idea. Love your artistic look!

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  16. Divide the card into smaller panels and division width variation is a revolutionary idea. The card is so fresh and full of movement ... Thank you for sharing her great inspiration.
    Regards,
    Bozena

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  17. I feel better now ,after seeing this card:)!

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  18. Sstunning card Deepti
    Hugs Sylvie xx

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  19. gorgeous...love how you created the panels....such interest with the graduated colour...

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  20. Great card! Love that color fade technique. Thanks for sharing you tutorial on the Stamplorations blog.

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  21. A real stunner Deepti. Thanks for joining Time Out

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  22. This is AWESOME! Such interest with the gray shades and color! WOW!

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  23. Beautiful, Deepti ... love how you've faded the rich red gradually into the grey over the three panels! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Time Out! Anita :)

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  24. Such a stunning technique and what a beauty you have created :) Thanks for taking the TIME OUT and joining in on the challenge. Hugs Bev x

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  25. Oh WOW fabulous card, love that technique which you've used brilliantly.
    Thank you for joining us at Simon says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
    Luv
    Debby

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  26. Thank you so much for posting your entry with us at Word Art Wednesday this week.
    Blessings, Carole

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  27. Just gorgeous this doesn't look stamped, it looks completely painted. I love the shading!

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  28. So beautiful! Thank you for joining us at TO Challenge.

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