Monday, October 25, 2010

3D Stamping in Reverse

3D Stamping is done by stamping an image in white ink and then restamping the same image, somewhat offset, in a coloured in. In this case, I stamped the image in coloured ink, to find that it wasn't distinct enough from the colour of the cardstock. Then I restamped the bird in white ink, resulting in a dimensional image. This technique works well with snowflakes.


Card Recipe
Stamps: image (Stampin' Up), sentiment (Papertrey Ink)
Paper: cardstock (stash)
Inks: Colorbox Frost, Distress Milled Lavender, Versafine Black
Accessories: Quickutz Embossing Folder, rhinestone (Kaiser)

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