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Mon 02

Ashby Corner


Jeanne here today!  Thanks for stopping by!  I've been having fun playing with the new Ashby Corner die and wanted to share this one with you!   The die has so many possibilities.  I'm smitten with inlay designs because they are flat and postal friendly.
Here are easy step by step instructions to make your own.

1.)  Create a card from white card stock.
2.)  Cut  a slightly smaller panel of dark yellow cardstock  and adhere it to the card base.
 3.)  Cut a slightly smaller panel of light yellow cardstock, secure the die in the corner with removable tape, and die cut.
4.)  Remove the die cut and attach this panel to the card base.  Note:  Reserve cut pieces to assemble the design in the next step.
5.)  Cut the Ashby corner from white card stock and secure with adhesive in the light yellow card stock panel.  Adhere some of the light yellow panel pieces to complete your design.  You can omit pieces you prefer to leave open. 
6.)  Embellish with a sentiment and sequins.
I love how the darker card stock peeks through the openings and adds so much color to the layout!  The yellow and white colors remind me of summer!
Ashby Corner SV WB copy
I hope you will give this one a try!  It's  a fun technique and you can link up your projects to the challenge this month too!!   You can always see the latest challenge by clicking on the challenge tab at the top of the page.
Jeanne Signature copy


I love, love, love your card....so pretty and yellow is my fav color. Beautiful and so cheerful.

Lovely card!

WOW! This is just so pretty and eye-catching! I love the inlay technique with the second layer of color! Very classy and cheerful card!

Beautiful card Jeanne, what pretty colors!..

Jeanne - I really like the two shades of yellow, with the white border outline - very simple, but very pretty.

beautiful work Jeanne!!!! In yellow is like a birthday full of peace :)

your card is so cute!!!!!

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