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Thursday, February 6, 2014

MIM # 151 Drop Shadow Die Cuts

Betsy Veldman showed us her drop shadow technique over at Capture the Moment
I used harvest berries with spring moss paper stamped with simply chartreuse.
The under shape was cut with the ripe avocado dotted pattern paper.
The birthday was die cut with black and black pattern paper.
I added one step to this...I die cut the two shapes from the front of the card and placed
the pattern paper into the die cut space, then layered the stamped leaves on top,
slightly off to give the effect of the shadow.
 
I loved Betsy's card, so fresh and bright, will definitely try this again!
We are expecting a big snow storm!
If we can believe the weatherman, we have been disappointed in this past!
they announced early release before school even started, so I think it is a sure thing!
 
Be safe, be warm, be joyful!
Heart Hugs,
Colleen

5 comments:

  1. The shadow effect is beautiful! I have this stampset too and I love the way you used it on this fresh and cetainly stylish card!

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  2. Love this! And may Case this, sometime ;)

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  3. Such a great take on this challenge. I think that I was going to use this set too but wasn't sure it would work as well. Well you showed me. The is beautiful.

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  4. Perfect dies to use for MIM ...beautiful birthday card Colleen.

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  5. Oh this is perfect! What a fabulous die to use for this MIM.

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