Tuesday, January 2, 2024

Morning Eclipse

This technique does work best in black and white. Plus, I like the effect. Thoughts? 

   Good Morning Magnolia

   Smoky Slate A-2
   Basic White 5-1/4 x 4 (5)

   Tuxedo Black Memento

   Stamped Eclipse

   Florentine Thinlits Dies
   Fine Tip Glue Pen

First, I stamped the image on two panels, using Tuxedo Black Memento. The stamping must be exact on each one, so it's advisable to use a Stamp-a-ma-jig, Stamparatus, or a MISTI tool.

I then took one of the stamped images and die cut it, using the Florentine Thinlit Die. Any large background die will work on this technique.

Next, I die cut another two Basic White panels, using the same die cut.

I then adhered all of the die cut panels together, making sure the stamped die cut ended up on top of the stack. I used the fine tip glue pen for this, but you can use any adhesive, or an adhesive sheet.

I then adhered the die cut stack onto the stamped panel. The images should align perfectly, giving you a stamped eclipse of the images. 

Lastly, I adhered these onto the Smoky Slate card front, and adhered a Basic White panel onto the inside of the card. 

I purposely left off a sentiment, allowing this to be an All-Occasion card. 

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