This week's prompt is a technique-based one.
It's all about achieving the look of negative die-cutting.
I love this look and you can achieve something very unique and striking in just a few steps.
Think about the dies in your collection - which ones would work well used as the negative? Basic shapes like hearts, stars, squares, circles are all good starting points, but what about your word dies?
If you don't have any dies, what about punches or hand-cutting something? I'm sure you could achieve the look on a Silhouette too.
Here's my first card for this week - I decided to go with hearts for mine:
Paper: Basic Grey, MME
Dies: Lawn Fawn, MFT
Other: 3D foam
As always 3D foam tape is my good friend for this technique, it really makes the contrast between the negative cut-out and the background pop! I wanted to add a bit more detail to the heart cut-out, so a teeny heart cut from the same paper in this line from Basic Grey, scored and slightly folded makes it stand out. :)
I look forward to seeing the shapes you select for this week! :D
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