How to create a 3D / Shadowing Effect with Very Versailles and a FREE PDF

Today I am showing you a very easy technique that will add a WOW factor to your project. It is known as 3D or Shadowing.

Tips:

  • By stamping your image twice, you can create a shadow or 3D effect.
  • Ink your image with coloured ink and then stamp on card stock. Without re-inking, stamp the image slightly off from the original image. OR
  • Ink your image with coloured ink and then stamp on card stock. Stamp the same image in a very light colour slightly offset to the first image.
  • For full instructions and measurements, please download the PDF file here.
  • Supplies:
    • Stamp Set: Very Versailles
    • Cardstock: Thick Whisper White, Soft Sea Foam, Gorgeous Grape, Highland Heather
    • Ink: Whisper White Craft ink, Sahara Sand, Highland Heather
    • Accessories: Layering Ovals Dies, ¼” Gorgeous Grape Mini Striped Ribbon, Dimensionals, Aqua Painter
  • … inside and envelope

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4 Comments

  1. Thanks Mal. You can definitely use the Stamparatus to do this technique. Don’t move the stamp, just move your cardstock on a slight angle before the second stamping. It may be best to practice on scrap paper first to get the angle that you need for the offset.

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  2. Great idea. Question though – I tend to use my stamparatus for all stamping so could I use it to create this technique or do I have to use a block. Suppose using a block would be easier and quicker.

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