Do you know what an "innie" is? Well my dear crafter, it's what's left over when you use an Elizabeth Crafts outline sticker. I always thought about using them but never did until now. There's a trick to using the "innies" to create the reverse of the exact same image. I created the focal for my generic blank card by using the "innies" and a chalkboard sticker.
I started out with kraft cardstock by Recollections and embossed a beautiful Anna Griffin/Cuttlebug design. Then I cut out the backing paper that held the "innies" and applied Cricut transfer tape, burnished it HARD and then transferred the innies as a group over to white Recollections cardstock. After burnishing it again, I pulled off the transfer tape at a diagonal to make sure everything stayed put.
I hand cut along the edge of the design to form the focal for the card and adhered a chalkboard tag sticker from my stash (Mambi maybe?) for the sentiment. I finished off the look by adding faux stitching with a unable signo white pen.
Have your tried this technique? If not, will you give it a try?
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