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To create this look I masked the base image and stamped onto the 2 3/4" x 2 3/4" white daisy cardstock. Next I used a seperate piece of cardstock and stamped the image again in crystal blue and again in sweet leaf. I trimmed the image leaving only the body and feathers for the successive layers.
I then used a craft knife to carefully cut around the oval shaped feathers on the peacock's body on the top two layers. Once I finished trimming I curled the edges and inked the edges to create a crisp edge.
Once I was satisfied with the layers I used Tombow adhesive to tape the images onto each other. Last I added tiny sparkles in blues and greens for the eyes and "eyes" of the feathers.
To make a card like this you need:
D1438 Circle of Love Stamp Set
D1472 Simple Memories Stamp Set
X7133b Miracle Level 2 Paper pack
Z2153 Sweet Leaf and Z2117 Crystal Blue Ink Pads
Z1327 Sparkles - Blue and Green Assortment
Here are some pictures of the basic technique:
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