Hi all! Before moving on to share cards from the Eclipse Card class, I’d like to ask everyone to say a prayer for the safety of those along the Texas coast. Hurricane Harvey has caused major flooding and water continues to cause flooding. There are Stampin’ Up! demonstrators whose homes have flooded and they will be faced with months of cleanup.
Last post, I shared one of the cards from the class held on Eclipse Day. Below are two more of the cards that were made by attendees.
The first card uses the same shadow technique as the previous post. Using the dies to cut two layers of the same letter and “shadowing” one behind the other. For this card, the Large Letters Framelits were used to cut the main greeting from Always Artichoke and Whisper White cardstock. The word, friend, comes from the Awesomely Artistic stamp set and was stamped using Always Artichoke ink. Notice the leaf – it’s from the Painted Harvest stamp set and punched with the coordinating Leaf Punch – these items are from the Holiday Catalog will be available for purchase starting September 1. Note: The Large Letter framelits are a must set! The uses are limitless. Yes, the may seem pricey but well worth the investment so start saving and add them to your “must have” list. So Saffron cardstock was cut using an oval from the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies and Gold Metallic Thread was attached behind the oval. A piece of Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper (DSP) was layered atop the Always Artichoke cardstock base.
Shadow Card using Stampin’ Up! Large Letters Framelits & Delightful Daisy DSP
The second card featured uses the emboss resist method to create a shadow card. The flowers from the Host set, Background Bits, was first stamped in Dapper Denim onto the Whisper White cardstock square. After cleaning the stamp, Versamark was used to stamp the image again and White Embossing Powder was added and heat set. To create the shadow, the image was stamped “offset” – to ensure desired placement, the Stamp-a-ma-jig was used. After cooling, a sponge was used to color Dapper Denim ink across the stamped panel. The panel was cut using a square from the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies and layered atop a Dapper Denim cardstock square cut from the Layered Squares Framelits. The Just a Note stamp is from Flourishing Phrases and was stamped using the Dapper Denim ink. The card was finished with a piece of Color Theory DSP cut into a banner using the Banner Punch and embellished with three Glitter Enamel Dots. Card base is Dapper Denim cardstock with a layer of Whisper White cardstock for the main layer.
Emboss Resist Technique using Stampin’ Up! Background Bits Stamp Set
Thanks for stopping by and check back soon to see another project.
As always, contact me if you have questions or would like to order products for creating!
Note: You can print off the Supply List below Project Materials for items used for these projects.
Have a great week!
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