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Avery Elle Loads of Hello

Hi Everyone! I'm so excited to share Loads of Hello stamps and dies!


I have two cards to share today using the same offset shadow technique. First, let's look at the card using only one word die. I wanted to keep it simple to show just how beautiful these dies shine on their own. 


I started by die cutting the word "hi" in to white card stock. Next, I placed blue card stock behind the white panel. Then, I die cut a 4 inch circle and the word "hi". This card stock was colored with Distress Oxide ink. Finally, I placed the circle on top of the white panel and placed it slightly down and to the left. This creates a fun white shadow effect. 

Next, lets look at a card using the Loads of Hello dies AND stamps.



This card is the same basic concept expect the sentiment "hello" is stamped. The trick is to stamp "hello" on a small piece of card stock to line up behind the die cut circle. It looks like "hello" is stamped on the card base but it's not. Keeping the sentiment on a separate piece of card stock makes it easier to line all the layers up. On this card, I added more stamped images and layers using the Peek a Boo Flight stamp set and a critter from Peek a Boo Pals: Camp Wanna Stamp.

Thanks for stopping by!

Peek a Boo Pals: Camp Wanna Stamp









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