Eclipse Thank You Card (and a few other samples)

Eclipse Thank You Card (and a few other samples)

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To do the eclipse technique, die cut shape(s) are cut out of the decorated or printed panel and reattached after being layered/raised up so you have a continuous pattern across the whole card.  I smooshed the background with ink and water and then partially stenciled a pattern which was darker/complete in the upper left corner and “trailed off” as I moved towards the lower right.  The pattern on the portion of the card where I die cut my “thanks” is subtle, but you can see how the drops and splotches of color continue onto the raised letters.  (I cut and layered four plain white die cuts under the patterned one to raise it up.  You could also use a piece of fun foam.)

For the next two cards, I used patterned paper.

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Both of these panels were made from different parts of a sheet of  “Thoreau Flowers” (#505802) paper by Recollections.  The  “In A Word: Thanks Cutaway” die (#WW031CA) from Winnie & Walter is perfect for this technique.  The butterfly die was unbranded.

Thanks for checking out my card projects!

4 thoughts on “Eclipse Thank You Card (and a few other samples)

  1. I love your Eclipse card. That is such a pretty green. And the pattern paper cards are gorgeous! I wish I had such pretty paper like that.

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  2. I haven’t heard the camouflaged words called Eclipse, but I love it and your cards are some of the best I’ve ever seen, Lisa! I especially love the butterfly! I’ve never tried doing this technique with an image and I love it and what a way to make pretty pp even more amazing! Thank you for the inspiration!! Hugs, Darnell

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