Here is a quick card I made as part of a baby shower gift for a friend. She also recieved the Katelyn name frame I have in my gallery. I gave her 12 of these to use as thank you notes and also stamped the little foot on the white envies I gave her.
Date: Thursday, June 8, 2006 GMT Views: 1943
Registered: November 15, 2005 Location: Dover, Delaware Posts: 2922
Thu, Jun 08, 2006 @ 12:00 PM
You can do the technique I used with wheels (probably will want the wheel guide to make sure you're wheeling in line with the first image) or with stamps. You stamp your first image, or wheel it, in a color of your choice. Then you ink your stamp or wheel with the white craft ink and slightly off-set it. In this case, I put it a little higher on the page. With a wheel, just use the seam as a starting point since you can see it from the edge, and off-set the seam the second time, using your wheel guide both times to keep the wheel in line but still off-set. Clear as mud? Hope this helps!!! It's fun, easy, a great thing to demo, and makes images really pop and have almost a 3-D feel to them.