Good Morning! Today I have a fun and quick technique to share with you – the Eclipse Technique.
This is such a fun and easy technique to do. Using the Large Letters Framelits makes this technique super easy!
While the Large Letter Framelits pack is pricey you do get 37 dies in the pack and they should be on sale today and be 10% off!
My Sending Hugs Card was created by stamping my Roses from the Healing Hugs Stamp Set in Flirty Flamingo. I stamped the rose again onto a post it note so I could create a mask. The mask was used while I stamp the leaves so it gives the card depth and dimension. Once the background was stamped I cut out my letters. My stamped layer was adhered to my pear pizazz layer. I adhered this layer to my card base and my letters with Dimensionals. I could have added a ribbon or embellishments but thought it would make the card too busy.
Eclipse Technique how to ..
- Stamp your Background
- Use the Magnetic Platform when die cutting your letters to prevent them from moving
- Remove die cut letters from layer
- adhere layer flat to mat
- adhere letters in the void with dimensionals
- Assemble Card
This is also a great technique to use with your Designer Series Papers!
You can create quick and easy Christmas cards like this one …
I’ve used one of the designs from the Joyous Noel Specialty Designer Series Paper Pack for this card. I cut the word “JOY” with the Large Letter Framelits and layered it on Copper Foil Cardstock. The letters were raised with Dimensionals. My card was finished off with a sweet bow using the Merry Merlot & Copper Reversible Ribbon. I love that ribbon!
I do hope you like my Eclipse Cards and remember to check the Online Extravaganza today for Tools and Inks! It’s the perfect opportunity to stock up or to buy those items that have a higher price.
If you find you cant locate an item you are after please contact me so I can look into it for you – some of the items are selling out quicker than we anticipated. Just message or ring me and I’ll look into for you!
Thanks so much for stopping by today and see you latte …