Spooky Night ~ Eclipse Technique

Hello Stampin’ Friends!  Today I have a fun and simple technique to share with you!  It’s the latest craze that seems to be popping up all over social media.  It’s called the “eclipse” technique and really is super simple!  It involves the Large Letter Framelits and, in this case, a piece of designer series paper (DSP). But I have also seen some beautiful eclipse cards created with stamped images and the use of the Large Letter Framelits.  Let me show you how easy it is to create an eclipse card!

For this card, I started with a piece of Cajun Craze cardstock for the base of the card. I cut a 5-1/4 x 4 inch piece of Basic Black to serve as a matte and backdrop for my eclipsed “B-O-O.” Adhere the black cardstock to the front of the Cajun Craze card base. Next, cut a 5 x 3-3/4 inch piece of the pumpkin patterned paper from the Spooky Night DSP pack. Take the DSP over to your embossing machine and lay the letters “B-O” on the DSP.  Note: There is only one “O” letter in the framelit set so you will have to cut the “B-O” first and then send the DSP through again with just the “O” framelit to create the second “O” in BOO. So make sure you leave enough space for that second “O.”  Once you have the word “B-O-O” cut out of the DSP, adhere the DSP to the black cardstock with a bit of SNAIL or other adhesive.  Take the letters and adhere them to their cut out area on the DSP…you are going to use dimensionals to “pop” them up. This is what gives the “eclipse” look. That’s it!  I told you it was super simple!  Now you can create any words, use any DSP or even stamp some cardstock with images and cut out letters.  Get creative with it!

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