Registered: July 14, 2004 Location: Living imperfectly with great delight! AB, Canada Posts: 3334
Thu, Nov 04, 2004 @ 10:44 PM
Brilliant! (and I see now the name of the technique... right where it belongs haha) WOW! It just keeps getting better...
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Registered: July 11, 2004 Location: Troy, Michigan Posts: 10383
Thu, Nov 04, 2004 @ 10:53 PM
Yet another beauty - you are on a roll! I am loving it. My favorites is getting very full! TFS. Linda
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Registered: March 18, 2004 Location: New Hampshire Posts: 7018
Fri, Nov 05, 2004 @ 4:55 AM
It's a term I came up for this technique. I don't know if it has another name. I use a light box and lightly trace a rectangle on the CS. I then stamp my image, over-lapping the rectangle in places. I cut out the straight edges using a cork-backed ruler (this helps to keep it from slipping) and an Xacto knife. Then I finish the more intricate cutting with sharp scissors and color the image. I mount this on a slightly larger piece of CS which has a slightly larger rectangle cut out of the middle. I then stamp on a third, still larger piece of CS (this is the background), put strips of extra foam on the back side of the cut-out and mount it on the stamped CS, add any embellishments, and then mount the whole thing on a folded card.
With this card, I didn't stamp the background, but instead mounted the shaped rose on the background CS.
My! That does sound like a lot of work, but it actually goes rather quickly once you have the procedure down.:wink: