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Unread 07-16-2017, 08:31 AM   #1
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I love this card. It almost looks like the Thanks is transparent but its not. How did she achieve such specific placement of the colors on the Thanks.
I also emailed the artist but she hasnt been on in a while
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Unread 07-16-2017, 08:48 AM   #2
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Appears that the design was stamped, then the "thanks" die cut out, attach the original paper on another piece of card stock. Reattach the letters with foam to lift them up. May have also cut duplicate letters and glued them together to lift them up. But the foam squares/dots would be easier
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Oh I get it. This is where a stamp positioner would be really handy!
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It's on her blog: Paper Pursuits: Thanks?CTD #446
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It's usually known as "inlaid die cut" - you'll find plenty of guides to doing it on YouTube, I found this one to be nice and clear:



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Hmm, looks like embed's not working for some reason (maybe because I'm on an iPad) - here's the link:
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OK, it played nice that time!
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Read down the comments on her card, she answers your question.
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Unread 07-18-2017, 04:18 AM   #9
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You can also die cut the word with a layer of craft foam underneath the CS at the same time. Gives a uniform look to the letters from the side and just one cutting cycle. You can adhere wide double sided tape or Stick-It or similar to the foam piece so it will be ready to adhere to the card.

All the embedded technique, just different ways to get there. I love the look and the card you shared.
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I think Jennifer McGuire did something similar on one of her blogs. I'm thinking the first example?

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Oh I get it. This is where a stamp positioner would be really handy!
I don't think you need a stamp positioner for this. You stamp on your paper first, then die cut and lift the cut out letters.
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