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Hello Friends,

Are you familiar with the Eclipse Technique?  In today's video, I'll show you how to do the Eclipse Technique and how to make this super cute hedgehog Valentine or I Love You Card.

 

You're going to love the Eclipse Technique and the Hedgehugs cuteness!


Eclipse Card Technique

To make the letters pop, you will need to cut 3 extra sets of letters in a contrasting color.  I chose Wisteria Wonder for today's Card.  I used the Large Letter Framelits Dies to cut my letters.


Eclipse Card Technique

Learn how to make another Eclipse Valentine with your scraps and double your fun!


Eclipse Card Technique

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  Color Challenge

Besides using the Eclipse Technique and the adorable Hedgehugs  stamp set, today's card also qualifies for this week's Splitcoast Stampers Color Challenge.  For this week's challenge Pam chose the lovely, soft color combination of Wild Wasabi, Wisteria Wonder and Soft Sky.  The dessert was to add pearls.  My pearls may be teeny tiny, but I did add pearls.  Join us for this week's CC673 Color Challenge Here.

 

Thanks for stopping by.  Stop back tomorrow.  I will have a video tutorial explaining the Eclipse Card Making Technique that you are sure to enjoy. 

 

Have a fabulous day,

 Newfeichtsiggy

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