Camouflage Die Cutting Revisited

Hello, friends. I thought I would revisit a technique that I did awhile back HERE and create another example using a technique I like to call, “Camouflage Die Cutting”…

I was inspired by THIS card that my friend, Kelly Latevola created. I love that she took a different approach to THESE Suzy Paintables. I decided to also die-cut from the panel once I painted the flowers using THESE watercolors. However, I wanted to put the pieces back into place but kick it up a notch from just an inlaid die cutting technique.

After die-cutting the word from the panel and a piece of white fun foam using THIS die, I adhered the foam back into the open space first and then adhered the painted pieces on top of that. It gives a fun, 3-D illusion that is subtle but reinforces the sentiment which I white heat embossed using THIS stamp set.

I finished off the card by adding lots of sparkle with THIS shimmer pen. I just love how easy these paintables make the card making process. I plan to do a bunch and give the set as a gift.

I hope you give this fun camouflage technique a try. You can die-cut any word from your scene using this technique.

Thanks for stopping by! Have a wonderful day.


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