Ribbon of Courage ~ Hope

The Eclipse Technique is very popular at the moment and despite the WOW of the main message popping out of the front of the card, is surprising easy to do.   I made this card early in October , for obvious reasons with it being pink, but I do love pink and brown together – such a soothing combination.

Card base:11 x 4 1/4 Powder Pink Card ~ scored @ 5 1/2

Layer 1: 5 1/8 x 3 7/8 Early Expresso Card

Layer 2: 5 x 3 3/4 Very Vanilla Card

Ink: Powder Pink

I used the Ribbon of Courage Stamp set once again, the ribbon image and the simple word of ‘courage’ is just what I wanted to achieve with this card.

The letters are cut with the Large Letters Framelit Dies after the background stamping is done on layer 2.  This layer is then adhered to layer 1 and the letters replaced but popped up on some of the Adhesive Strip. You will want to use the Magnetic Platform for cutting the letters, it will hold them steady so the letters are level and  you get good spacing between them. You might like to join in with my Large Letter Framelits Share – take a look here 

And that is all there is to this card – everything else is just very plain, letting the message speak for itself.

Thank you for stopping by – I hope you like today’s project – please let me know in a comment ~ by using that little link just under the title.

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