Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Eclipse Technique for a Fall Birthday Card

If you're like me, you've been seeing the eclipse technique all over the internet lately and been slightly mesmerized by it. It reminds me of Layering Inset techniques, where you die cut a gazillion of the same piece and glue them together before inserting them back into the space from where the originals were die cut! But that takes a lot of time, patience, glue and precision. With this technique, you get the same result with half the effort.

Take a look at this sample I did using images from Colorful Seasons and Gourd Goodness stamp sets and the Large Letters Framelits.

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