The sketch this week for Can You Case It is a very clean and simple one; a square focal point with a greeting underneath. Gotta love it! My interpretation is a little different in that I used a circle focal point instead of a square. The overall effect remains the same, though. Simple and clean.
There’s an added surprise when the card is opened.
- Punch the circle out of the top of the card to create your “window.” Once you’ve stamped and punched the image that will go in its place, close the card and adhere the image through the window. This will ensure that it pops through perfectly when the card is opened and closed.
- Outline your stamped image with Soft Sky ink. The added hue anchors the image and gives it a wee bit more pop!
- Once the image is punched out, smoosh the whole thing, face down, in a Versamark pad. Heat emboss the entire surface with Clear Embossing Powder. The outcome is a gorgeous, glassy sheen!
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