While looking for new card ideas I came across the Split Card Design. Boy, what a beautiful card! I’m going to teach you how to make this card and don’t worry—it may look hard to make but it’s not. I have two different cards to share that will spark your own creative juices!
The first Split Card Design features the Stampin’ Up! Dainty Delight (both stamp set and dies) and I used bright spring and summer colors—Daffodil Delight, Melon Mambo, and Garden Green. Perfect for the season don’t you think?!
In Texas, the weather is warming, we’ve planted flowers, and spruced up the patio with hanging baskets. We love having flowers around us and this Split Card Design is another way to share that feeling into cards for Spring and Summer!
Split Card Design video tutorial
I’m dying to know–Will you try this Split Card Design soon? What stamps or dies would you want to feature on your card? I love reading your thoughts!
How to make a split card design?
- Start with Basic White Thick cardstock cut at 4 1/4″ x 11″, scored at 5 1/2″.
- Next, starting from the bottom of the card front cut off six 1/2″ strips.
- Use masking paper to add the strips back to the card as shown in the video tutorial.
Split Card Design Option 2:
Let’s try a card base with some color…Garden Green works great for our Spring Cards and Summer Cards and fits with those nice garden themes!
Supplies used for this Split Design card
- Sentimental Park Stamp set & Sentimental Park Dies
- Petal Park Stamp Set & Petal Park Builder Punch
- Cardstock colors: Garden Green, Basic White
- Inks: Polished Pink, Daffodil Delight, Pear Pizzazz
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Marge W says
Very pretty card/technique.
I bought a post it on a roll at Amazon. Will that work for this card?
Sharon Armstrong says
I am not familiar with that. However, as long as it’s long enough and sticky to hold the strips you should be good! Give it a try! I am so glad you enjoyed this idea!